During a meeting with reporters, Congressional Majority Leaders Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell blasted Obamacare and vowed to replace it with a law that is "better" and "more durable."
Arkansas' governor has set execution dates for eight inmates over a 10-day period in April, even though the state lacks one of three drugs needed to put the men to death
A federal magistrate in Seattle will not hold an immediate hearing to consider releasing a man arrested by immigration agents despite his participation in federal program to protect people brought to the U.S. illegally as children
In a gesture welcomed in Poland, the son of a Nazi official has returned three artworks that his family had looted from the southern Polish city of Krakow during World War II
Muhammad Ali's son said Monday he felt "violated" when immigration officials allegedly questioned him about his religion at a Florida airport, and said his detention shows that some of his father's civil rights battles are still being fought
Scientists were able to train bumblebees to perform a task. The bees were then able to teach other untrained insects the skill. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.
Environmental Protection Agency administrator Scott Pruitt occasionally used private email to communicate with staff while serving as Oklahoma's attorney general, despite telling Congress he had always used a state email account for government business
A federal appeals court has rejected a lawsuit that sought to require labels on egg cartons indicating the conditions in which the chickens were raised
The United Nations is welcoming the pullout of Moroccan security forces from the tense border strip in southern Western Sahara and is calling on the Polisario Front independence movement to also withdraw its forces
During a press briefing, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said there is "nothing to further investigate" in regards to President Donald Trump's ties with Russia.
The Supreme Court is signaling it could strike down a North Carolina law that bars convicted sex offenders from Facebook, Twitter and other popular sites
The U.S. Supreme Court refused Monday to review appeals in three Texas death row cases, including one where a man pleaded guilty to a triple slaying in South Texas