In his first interview just hours after returning from the DMZ with Mr. Trump, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is clearly pleased with the day's events. He is seated at the desk in his office ...
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday defended his laws toward the LGBT community and rebutted Elton John's criticism of them.
"Weird Al" Yankovic has stopped performing his Michael Jackson parodies in concert amid rekindled allegations involving the late King of Pop, he explained in an interview Thursday.
Actor Adam Scott faced ridicule on Wednesday after he asked Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and his reelection campaign to stop using his image on social media.
Conservatives erupted Tuesday after Project Veritas released an alleged internal Google email in which an employee compared three prominent right-of-center figures to Nazis.
The Supreme Court on Monday invalidated a key part of a law designed to prevent gun violence, saying it left too much leeway for judges to decide what constituted a violent crime.
Sen. Bernie Sanders said Sunday President Trump's announcement there would be mass deportations is purely political, saying there's better ways to deal with the immigration problem at the southern border.
President Trump called off a round of deportations slated to begin Sunday, saying he was delaying them for two weeks at the request of Democrats -- though he said both sides need to use the ...
A divided Supreme Court overruled 34 years of precedent Friday in a challenge dealing with property rights, which left the court's liberal wing questioning what case the court's majority might overturn next.