Washington’s N-F-L team has a special interest in a trademark-dispute case going before the U-S Supreme Court his week. (Wednesday).
House Speaker Paul Ryan says Democrats who plan to boycott Donald Trump’s inauguration are making a big mistake.
Ontime performance levels for the nation’s airlines are looking up.
After a break for the MLK Day holiday, confirmation hearings are set to resume (Tuesday) for Trump administration cabinet officials.
A record number of visitors at U-S national parks have created some new headaches.
The International Monetary Fund is raising its forecast for the U-S economy for the next two years, and it’s crediting the “Trump” effect. Correspondent Wally Hindes has more on the story
The House has joined the Senate in passing a budget resolution that greases the skids for the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
The Senate has voted 81 to 17 to grant a waiver that would allow Retired Marine General James Mattis to serve as Defense Secretary. Details from SRN Capitol Hill Correspondent Wally Hindes.
Dr. Ben Carson says that if he’s confirmed as Housing Secretary, he can’t guarantee that no money from his department would benefit businesses run by the President-elect or his family.
President-elect Trump’s pick to run the C-I-A is pledging to keep politics out of the spy agency. Correspondent Wally Hindes has details