The last vestiges of the legal battle for net neutrality, held over from a 2016 lower court ruling upholding Obama0era regulations, came to a close after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to take up the issue.
A law signed by New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy enables Senator Cory Booker to run for U.S. Senate and 2020 presidency simultaneously.
Although Ambassador Nikki Haley has announced that she will be steeping down from the United Nations General Assembly, that doesn’t mean she has quit.
Fighting for the same cause the United States and the United Kingdom called on Saudi Arabis as well as other participants to cease the civil war in Yemen before December.
The Associated Press reported that five Afghan Taliban members, released by former President Barack Obama in exchange for the return of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, have rejoined with Taliban members in Qatar.
John Bolton has announced that the White House has formally invited President Vladimir Putin to Washington.
Jay Webber, Republican candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives received a threatening letter that disturbingly mentions his children and demands he drop out of the race.
Anthony Scaramucci, the former White House communications director, responded to calling the President a liar by admitting that Trump lies purposefully to rouse reactions from the left.
The President has declared that he is “bringing out the military” as a means of securing the U.S. border from a wave of Central American migrants attempting to enter the United States.