The president says he's holding a listening session. Members of Congress say they'll push bills already on the floor. But will they have an effect?
Earmarks can be used for beneficial infrastructure around the country, but some say they also pose a risk of greased palms and wasted money.
The American Lung Association says states are failing to enact policies to prevent smoking, but there are fewer smokers in the U.S. than ever.
The former organizer of the 420 Rally says the city targeted him and orchestrated a public relations campaign designed to prevent him from…
The Saudi Ministry of Culture and Information said Monday cinemas will be allowed to operate again in early 2018.
Russian officials, lawmakers and public figures expressed anger over the International Olympic Committee's decision to ban the country.
The DOJ and ATF are looking to clarify whether certain bump stocks devices can be defined as "machine guns," which are tightly regulated.
Bloomberg reports the White House is considering a ban on staffers using personal devices while at work due to security concerns.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service confirmed Wednesday that an Obama-era ban on elephant-hunting trophies from Zimbabwe and Zambia will be reversed.
The judge's decision temporarily prevents the Pentagon from enforcing the ban, which President Donald Trump first announced in July.
Several major airlines told customers Thursday they can expect additional security measures before boarding all international flights to the U.S.
It's not yet clear how the law, passed Wednesday, will be enforced.