On Sunday, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida made a surprise visit to Cucuta, Colombia — a town along the Venezuelan border — visiting centers where the humanitarian aid is being stored.
On Monday, North Carolina’s elections director, Kim Strach, said she found evidence of fraud tainting the District 9 House race, the last undecided contest nearly three months after the 2018
Authorities say a man who killed four people during a hostage situation inside a Mississippi home has died at a hospital.
Mississippi Public Safety Department spokesman Capt. John Poulos
Former Congressman Anthony Weiner has been released from federal prison, after being convicted of having illicit online contact with a 15-year-old girl in 2017. 54-year-old Weiner began
Amazon said Thursday it is canceling its plans to build a new major campus in New York City.
Following a yearlong public search for a new second headquarters, dubbed HQ2, Amazon in November
On Thursday afternoon the White House said that President Trump will sign a compromise bill to fund border security, but he will declare a national emergency to build the wall. The Senate passed
According to daily figures released by the Treasury Department, the U.S. national debt has topped $22 trillion for the first time in history.
The debt has ballooned by more than $2 trillion