12 Russian intelligence officers have been charged by the US Department of Justice for hacking Democrat officials in the 2016 election.
Three men accuse Congressman Jim Jordan of knowing about alleged sexual misconduct while he was an assistant wrestling coach at Ohio State University.
The Department of Homeland Security announced on July 5 that it was extending what’s known as Temporary Protected Status for Yemenis living in the U.S.
In a tweet on Thursday, July 5, U.S. President Donald Trump confirmed Scott Pruitt’s departure, saying that he had accepted the EPA administrator’s resignation.
President Donald Trump ordered American flags lowered to half-staff Tuesday, July 3 to honor the five people killed and two injured in a shooting at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland.
The head of the Polish Supreme Court went to work as usual despite being forced off the bench by a controversial new law.
President Donald Trump is setting records for his high staff turnover.
The Department of Homeland Security scaled back part of its “zero tolerance” policy on people living in the U.S. illegally, but White House officials say it’s only temporary.
On June 30, hundreds of thousands of demonstrators attended more than 700 marches across the country to protest against the Trump administration’s immigration policies.
A British man and woman finally won their legal fight to have a civil partnership instead of getting married.