A deputy who was working at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Monday was caught sleeping in his patrol car. Now he's been suspended.
Sietsema started as a copy boy at the Post soon after graduating from college. Now, he's the Post's anonymous - and powerful - food critic.
Companies claim you can make hundreds of dollars with ads on your car, but what do you really get?
Kurtz covers a divided Capitol Hill, but she says people are willing to talk on both sides of the aisle.
White House national security adviser H.R. McMaster could leave the West Wing as soon as next month, according to five people who talked to NBC News.
Pensions used to be the norm and a reason to stick with a company. But they're going out of style.
Federal investigators are reportedly looking into whether or not Mueller promised to get a Chicago banker a White House job in exchange for loans.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters Kushner's role as senior adviser won't change because of the upcoming modifications.
The history of artificial intelligence goes back to way before the Turing test.
Legal protections for pregnant women in the U.S. are a relatively new development.
Instead of looking to the end of their careers, millennials are saving for incremental goals. Experts say this could be an issue down the line.