"The people of Alabama should make the decision"
"The level of his destructiveness is staggering."
The U.S. and South Korea responded to the latest provocation with a live-fire missile drill
The President defended his lie about having tapes of conversations between him and former FBI director, James Comey.
"An appalling and detestable lie"
The President has a lawsuit coming his way that claims that he has violated the Emoluments clause, which forbids government officials from accepting payments or gifts from foreign governments.
Hillary Clinton sharply criticized President Trump during her graduation speech at Wellesley College Friday.
Voters don't trust him to handle classified information.
Neil Gorsuch's confirmation fills a record-breaking vacancy of more than 400 days following the death of the late Justice Antonin Scalia, who died last year.
But people are divided on whether they want the government to repeal or replace the law.
You should only work a maximum of 39 hours a week or else risk your health, according to a new study.
Congress members are weighing in on what foods should be purchased with food stamps.
A flurry social media posts shows the potential danger of running the government from Trump's Florida estate