Scott Pruitt finally gets the congressional thrashing he’s deserved for so long.
Mike Pompeo is sworn in as secretary of state and promptly departed for a slew of state visits, while CIA Director-hopeful Gina Haspel gears up for her senate confirmation hearing by telling people she would never authorize torture again.
Michael Cohen, lawyer to the current president of the U.S., has announced that he will plead the fifth in his upcoming trial over the alleged payments of hush-money to adult film actress Stephanie Clifford, more popularly known as Stormy Daniels.
Clearly not Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson, who on Wednesday announced plans that would triple the cost of rent for Americans who receive housing assistance.
In a surprising but incredibly long-sought turn of events, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un met with South Korean President Moon Jae-in to officially announce the end of the Korean War and the return to peaceful relations on the peninsula.
The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) looks as though it may go against previous decisions in lower courts that declared the so-called “Muslim Ban” unconstitutional.
A federal judge rules that the current administration attempted to repeal DACA for “virtually unexplained” reasons and gave the administration 90 days to provide one.
Police in Georgia arrested anti-fascist protesters under a law meant to prevent Klu Klux Klan gatherings while Neo-Nazis protested nearby.
The president of the United States wants to redesignate Native Americans as a ‘race’ rather than as sovereign tribal nations. This could have sweeping consequences for indigenous people throughout the country.
Four young people of color were murdered by a white man in a Nashvile, Tennessee Waffle House Sunday morning before another young black man successfully wrested the weapon away from the murderer.