The president may have intentionally misrepresented exactly how much money he earned.
Will Trump Kill Unions? President Pressured To Cut Back Organized Labor-Friendly Decisions From Obama Era
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce thought Obama was too friendly to unions, and they want Trump to change that.
HGTV announced the plans after rumors the show would be canceled.
Theologians disagree on whether the ashtag is appropriate.
The holiday was created 20 years ago to celebrate children's literature.
Nearly half of voters believe immigrants in the U.S. should be provided a path to citizenship.
Hate In America: Muslims Help Jewish Cemeteries After Vandals Strike In Philadelphia, Near St. Louis
While Muslims raised money for Jewish communities, unions offered to replace gravestones.
The plaintiffs said they were forced to work without pay and were threatened with solitary confinement.
The bill would make it more difficult for President Donald Trump to lift sanctions against Russia.
Rape In The Military: Sexual Assault Programs Bogged Down By Lack Of Staff, Communication, Government Report Finds
Long wait times for health care and not enough staff are two reasons for hindrances in the Army's sexual assault program.
Is Trump Doing A Good Job? Majority Of Americans Believe POTUS Is Keeping His Campaign Promises, Poll Finds
Nine of 10 Trump voters believe the president is keeping his campaign promises — only three of 10 Clinton voters do.
The former president said the news media and freedom of religion are crucial, and added he wanted answers about Russia's ties to the U.S. election.
The country plans on spending $3.6 billion in the Arctic — and most of that money will go to building a new nuclear-powered ship.
Richard Spencer Quotes: 12 Things White Nationalist Leader Of Alt-Right Movement Has Said About Race, Immigration And Trump
The director of the National Policy Institute, a vocal supporter of Trump, said he dreams of a white "ethno-state."
What's Next For Bill Cosby: Judge Denies 12 Witnesses From Testifying Against Comedian In Sexual Assault Trial
Prosecutors had hoped additional women would be allowed to testify in the sexual assault case against comedian Bill Cosby, along with accuser Andrea Constand.
The president has been inconsistent on the topic of a border tax, but he spoke about it positively Thursday.
Not Enough Workers? Trump Immigrant Deportation Order May Cause Labor Shortage In California Agriculture, Construction Industries
A labor shortage could hit California especially hard, a state where 10 percent of the workforce is made up by unauthorized workers.
Trump And The Economy: Poll Shows Nearly Half Of Voters Satisfied With President's Handling Of Economy So Far
According to a new poll, the majority of Republicans approve of how Trump is handling the economy, while the majority of Democrats disapprove.
Jobs Update: Marijuana Industry To Create 250,000 Positions By 2020, Outpacing Manufacturing And Others
A report found the marijuana industry is expected to outpace manufacturing jobs.
What Is The Alt-Right? At CPAC 2017, Conservative Organizer Claims Fringe Group Is 'Fascist' Far-Left
The director of the ACU made the claims despite the fact that Breitbart sponsored the conference.
The cost was less than the original $35 million estimate, but Congress only set aside $7 million to reimburse the NYPD.
Many refugees are unemployed or underemployed when they move to the U.S.
Russia-US Relations Update: Polls Find Nearly Half Of Americans View Kremlin Unfavorably, Half Concerned With Trump's Involvement With Russia
Three polls released Wednesday morning gave insight into Americans' attitudes toward Russia.
Alt-Left vs. Alt-Right: From Bernie Sanders To Richard Spencer, What Are The Differences Between The Two Fringe Political Groups?
The labels for extreme right and extreme left has grown confusing.
Will Trump Create Jobs? Growth And Economy Will Improve Under The President, According To Nearly Half Of Americans
Although about half of voters believed the economy would improve under the president, nearly half also thought relations with other countries would worsen.
Several industries and states throughout the U.S. are hiring workers.
The writer was dropped from a book deal and a high-profile speaking arrangement after his comments on pedophilia, but Yiannopoulos has been provoking the internet for years.
Over the past 25 years, violent and property crime rates in America have fallen dramatically.
Who Is Alveda King? MLK Niece Joins Trump At African American Museum; Is Critic Of Elizabeth Warren And Coretta Scott King
The niece of Martin Luther King, Jr., stood beside President Donald Trump as he spoke at the new African American history museum in Washington, D.C.
Gay Men In Africa: Tanzania Government To Publish List Of Homosexual Sex Workers After Shutting Down HIV Clinics
It's illegal to be gay in the east African country, and men who engage in homosexuality can be imprisoned for 30 years.