Though most incoming presidents get a "honeymoon" with voters, Donald Trump will take office with an already skeptical populace.
He said Fiat Chrysler is building a new factory — it isn’t — and that Ford Motor Co. is pulling out of Mexico. That’s not correct, either.
A sheriff's deputy was suspended in connection with a TMZ leaked video.
Trump said he was told the leaked documents were "false;" a DNI statement said no determination has been made about their veracity.
In a procedural vote, Senate Republicans set the wheels in motion to dump the Affordable Care Act.
BREAKING: With the move, the Chargers will join the Rams, who relocated to Los Angeles one year ago.
The retired doctor and former presidential candidate testified Thursday before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Development Committee.
Findings: CPD "engages in a pattern or practice of using force, including deadly force, in violation of the Fourth Amendment." (UPDATED)
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A prepared statement praised Biden and called him "one of the most consequential vice presidents in history."
Daliyah Marie Arana wants to be a librarian — of course — when she gets older.
It's not clear whether Tillerson will have enough votes to get confirmed.
Three former employees were reportedly indicted on charges of concealing defects in the air bags.
Inauguration workers are covering up the "Don's Johns" logo on toilets stationed at the National Mall -- and some are guessing as to why.
Cuba gains new stature on international stage with President Obama's decision to change 20 years of history.
Lewis said Friday that Trump not 'legitimate' President-elect. Trump responds that civil rights icon is all talk, no action.
Senate Intelligence Committee will conduct a bipartisan inquiry into intelligence reporting behind the assessment of Russia's alleged role.
The Broadway icon had been billed as a headliner with Toby Keith and 3 Doors Down. Holliday apologized to LGBT community in statement.
The "Greatest Show on Earth" will conclude its two tours with final performances on the East Coast.
Road conditions in Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri have led to several deadly crashes and the storm will continue through Sunday night.
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