Presidential hopeful Senator Marco Rubio speaks in Charleston on China's economic misconduct
While preparing for a visit from the Pope, the city of Philadelphia must also face a Department of Justice report critical of police conduct.
A new poll out based on word association with presidential candidates resulted in some harsh language for both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Kelly struggles to obtain a clear answer from Cruz on what his plan would be for the children of illegal immigrants who are born in the US.
The National Rifle Association is suing the city of Seattle over its new "gun violence tax." The lawsuit filed Monday morning in King County accuses the city of violating the state's Constitution.
A new MSNBC poll shows that the most common word when voters think of Hillary Clinton is "liar."
Residents in Roanoke, Virginia continue to mourn the loss of two young journalists who were shot and killed during a live interview by a former coworker.
A new Pentagon memo hints the transgender ban may be lifted next spring.
Days after he confessed to cheating on his wife and an addiction to pornography, Josh Duggar has entered rehab.
President Barack Obama will mark the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina on Thursday with a late-afternoon speech in New Orleans crediting the city's rebirth to its residents, local government and corporate leaders working together "to life up their communities and build back in ways that make them more innovative and positioned for economic growth," according to the White House schedule.
Alison Parker and Adam Ward were killed while filming a live shot.
Trump Praised Megyn for Debate Moderating in 2011: Great Job, I Could Never Beat You
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump booted Univision anchor Jorge Ramos from a press conference in Dubuque, Iowa, on Tuesday, leading to the veteran journalist's temporary ouster from the event.
A military train of historical significance has been found but it isn't clear whether it includes Nazi carriages laden with gold as a treasure-hunting duo claims, local officials in Poland said Wednesday.
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