Montana Sen. Jon Tester (D) said on Thursday that the U.S.'s founders would not tolerate President Trump asking Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden ahead of the 2020 presidential campaign.
The House Science, Space and Technology Committee on Thursday unanimously approved legislation intended to secure voting technology against cyberattacks.
German parents who do not vaccinate their children against measles will face fines of thousands of euros under a law passed Thursday,
A second official at the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine overheard U.S.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) said Thursday his views on impeachment will remain unchanged even if testimony from a U.S.
Presidents lawyer, a key figure in the impeachment inquiry, speaks to Guardian amid speculation Republicans will seek to paint him as a rogue actor
President Donald Trump made 67 false claims last week, 27 of them related to Democrats' impeachment inquiry.
When I learned that Google was acquiring the intimate medical records of 50 million patients, I couldnt stay silent
Dutch-led investigators have released audio recordings that they say may implicate senior Russian government officials close to Vladimir Putin in the shootdown of Malaysian airlines flight MH17.
A career State Department employee was forced out of her job on baseless accusations that she opposed President Trump, was loyal to the Obama administration and was guilty of compromised objectivity due toher Iranian ethnicity, according to
A coalition of civil rights groups are demanding that Facebook overhaul its political speech policy, according to a letter obtained by The Hill Thursday.
Bill Oakley, a former writer for The Simpsons, in an op-ed for The Washington Post accused Republicans of inadvertently defending President Trump with a joke from a 1994 episode of the animated sitcom.
At least five people were shot on the campus of Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, prompting a massive response from sheriff's deputies and paramedics, authorities said.
Grand Rapids, Mich., on Tuesday, committed to paying $190,000 to a veteran who was wrongfully detained by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement last year.