At a rally in Alabama on Friday, President Donald Trump stumped for incumbent Sen. Luther Strange in the state's tight Republican runoff race.
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In the months since the Golden State Warriors won the NBA championship, it's been unclear if the team will make the traditional visit to the White House.
Kevin Jackson said he loved President Donald Trump's tough talk on NFL players who protest the national anthem.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) on Friday announced his opposition the Republican ObamaCare overhaul bill, which could doom GOP leaders' attempts to pass the health care reform legislation.
Kellyanne Conway reassured those worried that President Trump might be reconsidering on the border wall with Mexico and other issues.
Gold Star parents Kaye Jordan and Mike Perich spent the summer biking thousands of miles across the United States as a tribute to their two fallen sons.
St. Louis erupted in more violent protests overnight since the acquittal of a white police officer charged with murdering a black man after a car chase.
Mike Huckabee warned that many Republicans in Congress, far from trying to further President Trump's agenda are actually afraid he will succeed and "drain the swamp."
British police arrested an 18-year-old suspect in the London train bomb attack Friday morning that injured 30.
Alan Dershowitz recommended bringing the political debate "back to the center" and away from the fringe groups.
Yale University has kicked off the new school year by officially scrapping the terms “freshman” and “upperclassman” and replacing them with the gender-neutral terms “first year” and “upper-level students."
Former President Obama left a final few words for his successor in an envelope on the Oval Office desk just before he walked out for the last time.