Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has been working through the government shutdown to keep the National Mall and other tourist sites open to the public.
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The aunt of a police officer killed in 2014 by an illegal immigrant in California expressed her anger and disgust Thursday after the suspect's profane outburst in court this week.
A veteran who made headlines by offering to take Rep. Maxine Waters' seat at President Trump's first State of the Union address will indeed be in attendance.
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A veteran has offered to take Rep. Maxine Waters' (D-Calif.) seat at President Trump's first State of the Union address later this month.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average crossed the 26,000 point milestone at the opening bell on Tuesday.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders is hopeful Democrats will agree to long-term budget deal to avoid a government shutdown on Friday when federal agency funding runs dry.
Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, reacted Monday morning to the first indictment in connection with the Uranium One deal.