Incumbent Marco Rubio said he was considering running for re-election despite previously saying he was not interested in another term.
The shooting in Charleston happened one year ago today.
In an interview set to air Sunday, the House speaker essentially gave Republicans permission not to vote for Donald Trump.
During the trial, the 94-year-old former Nazi guard said he was embarrassed that he knew Nazis were killing Jews but did not try to stop the atrocities.
The Vermont senator was set to speak about the future of his campaign at 8:30 p.m. EDT on Thursday.
“Sadly, with this endorsement of Hillary Clinton ... the leadership of the AFL-CIO has made clear that it no longer represents American workers,” Trump said.
The families of people killed in mass shootings “don’t care about the politics,” the president said in Orlando, Florida. “And neither do I.”
Authorities say Muslim Americans have often warned authorities about fellow Muslims they think might be turning toward extremism.
The FBI said it is trying to allow Orlando, Florida, to return to a sense of normalcy while it continues investigating Omar Mateen and the mass shooting that took place Sunday.
Seddique Mateen said Wednesday that he did not know about his son's radicalization and he wants to keep others from the same fate.
People of color and transgender individuals were the most targeted groups last year, a new report finds.
The justice minister wants to ensure all residents follow laws against polygamy and underage marriages.
A survivor from Sunday’s shooting, Angel Colon, called the gunman “heartless” and “ruthless” on Tuesday as he recounted his experience.
Following Clinton’s victory in Tuesday’s District of Columbia primary, the candidates met at a hotel and reportedly agreed to work together to defeat Donald Trump.
Candidates have talked about reversing a trend that has seen average weekly expenses rise 170 percent from 1985 to 2011. But parents and advocates say the issue needs more attention.
Religious leaders in Florida called for solidarity over prejudice after Sunday's slaughter in Orlando.
The president once painted his former rival as a “corporate lawyer sitting on the board at Walmart” and famously said he found her “likable enough.”
“As everyone knows, there are no high-speed trains manufactured in the United States,” said a U.S. company that was set to partner with China Railway.
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