On Twitter, Sen. Warren said elected officials on both sides should "set aside political considerations and do their constitutional duty."
De-stress during the seemingly endless political upheaval by coloring your way through an Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez coloring book.
Activist and legal marijuana trailblazer Wanda James talks about racial equity in the cannabis industry.
Border arrest numbers tweeted by U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito were largely correct, but she gave the border wall too much credit for the decrease.
Sen. Cory Booker implied President Trump isn't doing enough to fight domestic terrorism, but Booker accused President Trump of something he didn't do.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Thursday it's going to draft the regulation.
There have been a number of high-profile exits from the Trump administration. But is the turnover in his cabinet unprecedented?
The Justice Department wanted to block three sanctuary immigration laws in California, but the court rejected a majority of the government's argument.
President Trump is considering Herman Cain for a seat on the Federal Reserve Board.
Newsy dug through the responses President Donald Trump gave to special counsel Robert Mueller. Here's what we found.
A redacted version of the Mueller report released Thursday noted nearly a dozen instances of potential obstruction on behalf of the president.
The redacted Mueller report came out on Thursday. Here's a look at the main events over the almost two-year investigation.
Robert Mueller's report details a number of ways President Trump tried, and failed, to influence the special counsel's investigation.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation turned up lots of Russian election interference, but didn't link that meddling to the Trump campaign.
The vast majority of the redactions are in the first section of the report, which looks at whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia.
In a press conference Thursday, Attorney General William Barr confirmed the White House reviewed an advance copy of the redacted report.
A senior official in North Korea's Foreign Ministry said he worries that if Pompeo is in future discussions, "the table will be lousy once again."
The House Oversight and Reform Committee wants explanations on what its chairman described as "troubling" immigration decisions.
A department spokeswoman said, "He is happy where he is serving President Trump and leading the Department of Energy."
The War Powers Resolution was meant as a way to give Congress some oversight on how the U.S. military was being deployed overseas.
The health professionals are charged with illegally prescribing and distributing opioids and other narcotics.
His order means tens of thousands of people could be detained indefinitely while their asylum proceedings play out.
Federal District Judge Reggie Walton said he could ask to review Mueller's report and then send it to organizations that request it under FOIA.
The U.S.'s designation of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps as a foreign terrorist organization went into effect Monday.
Congress is on a break, but that doesn't necessarily mean members are sitting beachside while you go to work.
The investigation is looking into complaints alleging conflicts of interest and other violations.