Britain's Supreme Court says the government must get parliament's approval before starting the process of exiting the EU.
A proposal from two Republican senators would allow states to retain the Affordable Care Act or opt for a new program.
No reason was given for the decision, but a co-sponsor says there were concerns about how the Trump administration would view the event.
During a meeting with congressional leaders, he wrongly claims he'd have won the popular vote if illegal immigrants hadn't voted.
Attorney General-designate Jeff Sessions is facing pushback from the ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Gov. Mark Dayton, 69, becomes unsteady and strikes his head on a lectern before recovering several minutes later.
Democrats had questioned his views on torture and surveillance, but Pompeo still won confirmation by the Senate.
His antics show the risks of having a commander-in-chief motivated by moment-by-moment reactions on social media.
Sean Spicer denies that President Trump's speech at the agency hurt his relationship with the intelligence community.
His administration quietly released $221 million to the Palestinian Authority in the face of GOP opposition.
The Trump administration opens the door to cooperation with Russia in Syria, which would reverse previous U.S. policy.
While PC sales have declined for five consecutive years, there is hope for the future.
Time's Zeke Miller initially received an "apology accepted" when he admitted he made a mistake about the Oval Office.
Donald Trump's national security adviser talked with Russia's ambassador on the day the U.S. retaliated against Moscow, three sources say.
A spokesman makes a statement about a presidential executive order that on its face appears unsupported by the facts.
The former president is expected to be moved from the Houston hospital's intensive care unit soon.
Thousands of seniors have a longer lease on life thanks to the Affordable Care Act, a new study suggests.
The U.S. Supreme Court refuses to take up an appeal to a Utah law brought by the polygamist stars of the popular reality show.
A Senate committee narrowly backs State Department nominee Rex Tillerson, all but assuring his confirmation.
President Trump signed a memorandum to leave the proposed Pacific Rim trade pact known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
The U.S. high court declines a request to revive GOP-backed requirements that a lower court found to be discriminatory.
Massachusetts schools are rated best of all states, while Nevada’s school system has the lowest score.
The president meets with business leaders and says he’ll slash regulations by 75 percent.
The former House speaker reacts to the celeb's quip about "blowing up the White House," which she later clarifies.
An ethics watchdog group claims the president is violating a ban on accepting payments from foreign governments.
McDonald’s is facing difficult comparisons now that its successful all-day breakfast has been available for a full year.
The president may sign an executive order to renegotiate the free trade agreement for U.S., Canada, and Mexico, NBC News reports.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott threatens to cut funding for a county that is scaling back its cooperation with immigration agents.
The administration says it's holding the media accountable, but journalists fear what one calls a "propaganda campaign."
Republicans say they're growing increasingly accustomed to expecting the unexpected from the president.
More than 1 million people rallied at women's marches in the nation's capital and cities around the world.
May says she'll use their Jan. 27 discussion to speak candidly about free trade and the NATO alliance.
The transition team has set up an elaborate operation to prepare Cabinet nominees for their hearings..
A newsstand owner and his two teenage daughters give away newspapers from Barack Obama’s 2009 inauguration.
A Massachusetts mom, a former St. Louis English teacher, and a Tennessee college student offer personal views of the historic event.
A woman from Louisville calls the "movement" in Washington "one of the most inspirational days" of her life.
Crowds in Washington alone numbered 500,000, with more in cities as far afield as Mexico City, Prague, and Sydney.