Hours after campaign finance reports showed Donald Trump lagging far behind Hillary Clinton in fundraising, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee sent his very first fundraising email – while, in true Trump style, promising to make it the “most successful introductory fundraising email in modern political history.”
At a time when America’s crumbling roads and bridges are a serious national problem, U.S. rail infrastructure and rail freight service are the envy of the world.
The general tapped to lead U.S. Africa Command told Capitol Hill lawmakers Tuesday he did not know of any “overall grand strategy” to defeat ISIS in Libya.
Donald Trump is set to sit down with hundreds of evangelical and social conservative leaders Tuesday, in what is billed as an effort to address “long-standing concerns” about his candidacy, including on issues such as abortion and transgender rights.
The Obama administration has cleared the way for routine commercial use of small drones. The decision comes after years of struggling to write rules that would both protect public safety and free the benefits of a new technology.
Philadelphia’s new soda tax was sold as a way to help kids, but trade and teachers unions — and city government — also stand to be big winners from the 1.5 cents-per-ounce tax approved last week.
Interviewers frequently ask me why I don’t favor more gun control laws. My response: Name one law that deters someone intent on breaking the law.
A man arrested at a Donald Trump rally in Las Vegas over the weekend told authorities he tried to grab an officer’s gun so he could kill the candidate, according to court documents released Monday.
The first two votes in a series of four dueling gun control measures in the Senate were defeated Monday evening in the first proposed legislation in the wake of the Orlando terror attack.
House Republicans upped their pressure on 17 Democratic state attorneys general Monday who are waging a campaign against Exxon Mobil and conservative groups over climate change.