FBI Director Christopher Wray told lawmakers Wednesday that he doesn't want foreign tech companies to access the U.S. telecommunications network.
At the end of the legislative session, leaders say they are proud of what they were able to accomplish.
The U.S Defense Department has released a summary of its investigation into the ambush that killed four U.S. service members in Niger.
The Missouri governor is facing two felony charges.
California is considering a law to protect people from any attempt to change their sexual orientation. Some groups think it will ban Bible sales.
Identity theft can strike everyone. State Rep. Cole Wist and his wife had their identities stolen three years ago.
Armenian lawmakers will vote for a new prime minister May 1 after former PM Serzh Sargsyan resigned Monday.
The Republican congressional baseball team practiced Wednesday for the first time since last year's shooting.
There are nearly 300 bills to be considered by the state legislature before lawmakers head home in early May.
A bill offering tax benefits for vets who retire before 55 is moving through the state capitol for a third time.
In a Colorado resort town 40 miles (65 kilometers) south of Rocky Mountain National Park, a steady influx of tourists and residents means…
Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said his office is looking into the phone booth and other expenses.