The Supreme Court partially lifted lower courts' injunctions on the so-called travel ban. The justices will hear the case next term.
Since 1996, every White House administration has celebrated Ramadan with an Iftar or Eid dinner, but the tradition ended this year.
The U.S. has sent mixed messaging on its stance.
Justice Anthony Kennedy is almost 81 years old, and people think he might step down from the Supreme Court pretty soon.
Refugee arrivals in the U.S. have dropped by almost half since President Trump took office — but it's not that simple.
The attempted hack came the same week a British newspaper reported Russian hackers had traded officials' passwords online.
Officials are looking into accusations that in 2010, Jane Sanders misrepresented donor numbers to get a loan for the now-closed Burlington College.
Qatar is reviewing a list of demands from four nations that have imposed sanctions against it — but the country says the demands aren't fair.
President Trump signed the Department of Veterans Affairs Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act in response to scandals at VA hospitals.
California will no longer pay for its employees to travel to eight different states with laws it says discriminate against LGBTQ people.
Scalise and Matt Mika, the other victim still hospitalized after the June 14 Republican congressional baseball practice shooting, are making progress.
Robert Wood "Woody" Johnson IV and Jamie McCourt could be our next ambassadors to the United Kingdom and Belgium, respectively.