Republicans and the Trump administration are trying to reduce the number of national monuments, which would put once-protected land up for commercial use.
President Trump pardoned a pair of turkeys as part of the annual Thanksgiving tradition.
National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster reportedly mocked President Trump’s intelligence at a private dinner.
The House voted to approve the Republican tax bill, and Senator Al Franken was accused of sexual misconduct.
Republican lawmakers responded to allegations against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.
Ralph Northam’s victory in the Virginia governor’s race energized Democrats nationwide.
Twenty-six people, ranging from 18 months to 77 years old, were killed in a shooting at First Baptist Church in Texas on Sunday.
President Trump set off on a five-nation tour of Asia—the longest presidential visit to the region since 1991.
President Trump’s former campaign chair, Paul Manafort, along with his business partner, Rick Gates, were indicted on 12 counts.
“We must stop pretending that the degradation of our politics and the conduct of some in our executive branch are normal.”
Four families of fallen servicemembers received next-day UPS letters from President Trump after a turbulent week in which Trump falsely claimed he had called “virtually all” of the families.
Representative Tom Marino withdrew his name from consideration to be the White House drug czar.
The Boy Scouts announced that starting next year, girls will be allowed to become Cub Scouts and earn the rank of Eagle Scout.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson denied that he had ever considered resigning from his position, but stopped short of explicitly refuting a report that said he called President Trump a "moron."
At least 58 people have died after a gunman opened fire on a crowd of concertgoers in Las Vegas on Sunday night.
White House Economic Adviser Gary Cohn said he “can’t guarantee” the Trump administration’s new tax proposal won’t cause tax increases for some middle-class families.
President Trump told reporters he is “not happy” about reports that Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price used taxpayer-funded private planes.
Since Theodore Roosevelt, administrations have designated land across the country, but never before have they scaled down sites to the extent proposed by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke.
Senators Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy's health-care proposal received the endorsement of Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, which could lead to Senator John McCain backing the measure.
NASA sent the Cassini spacecraft, almost out of fuel, crashing into Saturn, ending a successful 20-year mission.