The former secretary of state admitted she shouldn't have used a private email account, but said it was “allowed by the State Department.”
Amid strained relations between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia over the Iran nuclear deal, the leaders of the two nations met Friday in Washington.
"We never get an evening meal, and often we don’t have water. I have been here for five months."
A mixed August employment report, coupled with recent stock market turmoil, could mean the Fed will hold off on lifting interest rates.
A new report on viewing habits from Ericsson ConsumerLab underscores cable television’s growing problem with "content discovery."
The former governor of the state complained that the president didn't visit members of the oil industry or address the growing influence of China and Russia.
A lawyer for an embattled Kentucky court clerk scoffed at a federal judge's OK for five employees in the clerk's office to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
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