On the eve of his 100th day in office, President Trump rallied a convention of the National Rifle Association by vowing to “never, ever infringe” on Second Amendment rights and declaring his predecessor’s alleged “assault” on those freedoms is over.
Despite this week’s criticism, President Barack Obama has reportedly earned another $400,000 for a speech on Thursday, The Post reports.
The deputy leader of ISIS’ affiliate in Saudi Arabia was designated as a terrorist on Thursday, according to the State Department.
Taylor Force was a West Point graduate who served in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The conservative House Freedom Caucus on Wednesday announced support for a revised ObamaCare overhaul plan — a significant breakthrough but no sure win for Republicans trying for roughly seven years to repeal the health care law.
Here’s what we know, as Congress scrambles to pass a critical spending measure. No one wants the government to shut down.
The White House is staying mum ahead of President Trump’s announcement of his much-anticipated tax plan Wednesday, but top congressional Republicans sounded open Tuesday to big cuts, even if they add trillions to the deficit.
Several religious groups that challenged ObamaCare’s birth control mandate want Justice Department lawyers to end the legal battle, arguing the arrival of the Trump administration makes their case impossible to argue.
Local governments in the Washington, D.C., region are planning a “full-scale” terror attack drill for Wednesday – an exercise that comes amid mounting tensions with North Korea and other threats.
I find myself cheering on a government shutdown, if only to give the GOP a chance to show how much of the government sustains itself.