Campaign merchandise with ex-President Donald Trump's mug shot is being discussed to fund his presidential campaign for 2024
The hush money case involving former Democratic Sen. John Edwards could play a role in former President Donald Trump's current legal woes.
A review of fundraising emails sent by former President Donald Trump's camp after his indictment showed anti-Semitic language.
Finland's election: what we know
Venezuela Nabs 21 Officials, Businessmen Linked To Crypto-Related Oil Scheme, 11 More On Wanted List
The government released arrest warrants for 11 other individuals supposedly involved in the said oil scheme.
Partisan sniping over raising U.S. borrowing authority ratcheted up on Friday when House of Representatives Speaker Kevin McCarthy accused President Joe Biden of ignoring the issue.
Rights groups accuse French police of brutality in pension protests
"I think so," DeSantis said when asked if he could defeat Biden, a day before a poll revealed only 27% of Republican voters support his future GOP nomination.
Former President Donald Trump would be required to surrender to law enforcement officers, or they would track him down with an arrest warrant if indicted.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis accused Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg of pursuing "a political agenda" in investigating Donald Trump.
"If was this to happen, we want calmness out there," McCarthy said after Trump's call to "take our nation back!" sparked fears of possible violence.
The investigation centers on $130,000 paid weeks before the 2016 polls to stop Stormy Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, from going public about an affair she says she had with Trump years earlier.
San Fransisco could move forward on a reparations proposal that would include a one-time lump-sum payment of $5 million for eligible Black people.
Donald Trump's former lawyer Micheal Cohen will testify before a Manhattan grand jury Monday, regarding the investigation into a 2016 hush-money payment.
Two capsized smuggling boats off the coast of San Diego, California, left at least 8 people dead, officials said Sunday.
President Biden sought to quell fears of a wide-ranged banking collapse Monday in remarks given a half-hour before U.S. markets opened.
The "infighting" was confirmed by Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova during a forum.
At the annual Gridiron Club Dinner in Washington, Pence reportedly said that the attempted insurrection was "a disgrace" and "that history will hold Donald Trump accountable."
The global auto industry took a hit Friday when U.S. automaker Ford announced it would be slashing 1,100 jobs at its Spanish plant in Valencia.
Questions behind the abduction of four Americans by the Mexican Gulf Cartel continue to grow after an apology letter was found along with a group of bound men.
UK economic rebound eases recession fear before budget
The jury found Householder and Borges guilty of participating in the racketeering scheme, saying "they should be held accountable."
Marjorie Taylor Greene Leading Group Of Lawmakers Interested In Visiting Imprisoned Jan 6 Defendants
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is leading a group organizing a trip for members of Congress to visit Jan. 6 defendants being held in a Washington, D.C., jail.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell was hospitalized Wednesday night after suffering a fall during a private dinner at a Washington D.C. restaurant.
Legal filings show Fox News host Tucker Carlson vehemently disparaging former President Donald Trump in private text conversations following the 2020 election.
Two of four kidnapped Americans were killed in Mexico say authorities, succumbing to gunshots fired at their vehicle during a cartel shootout.
A former Mexican beauty queen and her accomplice were sentenced to four and four and a half years in prison for stealing $1.7 million worth of wine.
Four U.S. citizens were assaulted and kidnapped in Mexico said the FBI Sunday, adding that gunmen opened fire on their vehicle near the city of Matamoros.
Spain's ruling Socialist rocked by graft scandal
Larry Hogan served two terms in the reliably blue state of Maryland. He would have been considered a moderate amongst the current field of Republican candidates.
Since August 2021, Biden has seen a sharp dip from strong early job approval ratings. But in recent weeks he appears to have mounted a comeback.
How Biden Administration Could Still Try To Push Student Loan Agenda If Plan Is Overthrown By Supreme Court
If the Biden Administration's debt forgiveness plan is struck down by the Supreme Court, there could be other alternative pathways it can pursue to help borrowers.
Walgreens Draws Ire Over Decision Not To Carry Abortion Pills As Bill Proposing Death Penalty Gains Traction
The battle for women's healthcare rights is continuing to heat up following the overturning of Roe v. Wade, as a major pharmacy has announced it no longer plans to carry pills used for abortions and one state considers a bill that could punish women with death if they get an abortion.
After 22 years of marriage and publicly disagreeing over former President Trump, Kellyanne and George Conway are ending their marriage.