This morning, Clinton and Sanders clash over healthcare in Milwaukee, world power reach a partial ceasefire in Syria, Einstein is proved right abut gravitational waves, and more.
This morning, the US government is suing Ferguson for failing to adopt police reforms, 50,000 people have been displaced after fighting in the Syrian city of Aleppo, Paul McCartney loves emojis, and more.
This morning, Julian Assange has said he will turn himself over to UK police on Friday if the UN rules against him, Sanders calls Clinton a part-time progressive, Facebook wants 5 billion users, and more.
This morning, Obama bans solitary confinement for juvenile prisoners, Italy signs $18 billion of business deals with Iran, nudists in California could sue for "discrimination," and more.
This morning, Ted Cruz failed to disclose a $1 million loan from Goldman Sachs, at least seven people have been killed in a bomb blast in Jakarta, US customs have found half a million dollars' worth of weed disguised as carrots, and more.
President Barack Obama has been wishing for a "better politics" for years, but on Tuesday he seemed to admit that it's on the voters to try to make his hope-and-change vision happen.
Republicans hated Barack Obama's final hourlong address to the country, Democrats loved it, and Donald Trump thought it was boring.
This morning, ten US sailors detained by Iran have been released, Obama targets Trump in his final State of the Union address, Oregon protestors have been sent a bag of dicks, and more.
In his final SOTU address, an upbeat Barack Obama touted his administration's past achievements but also made several suggestions for a path forward after he leaves office.
The White House is promising something "non-traditional."
He'll write the first draft of his presidential legacy in his seventh and final State of the Union address Tuesday night.
Sometimes the Weirdness Gods smile on Capitol Hill.
This morning, Hillary Clinton urges Obama to end immigration raids, ten people have been killed in a bomb blast in Istanbul, Bowie fans gather around the world to pay tribute to the late icon, and more.
This morning, TransCanada is suing the Obama administration for blocking the Keystone XL oil pipeline, French police are investigating a suspected terrorist attack in Paris, a weed activists sends pot to Canada's MPs, and more.
This morning, the FBI appeals for help in San Bernardino shooting case, North Korea claims a successful hydrogen bomb test, journalist Mohammed Rasool is released on bail in Turkey, and more.
"I remember very well not being famous. It wasn't that great."
Republicans seized on the threat of domestic terrorists. But they don't seem to eager to stop those terrorists from getting their hands on guns.
Lawmakers—including nearly 50 Democrats—easily passed a bill that would effectively stall Obama's plans to accept 10,000 new refugees from the war-torn country.
In between chatting about boring things like international trade and climate change at this week's Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in the Philippines, the president got pretty cozy with "APEC hottie" Justin Trudeau.
One week after President Barack Obama declared America had become "numb" to these tragedies, another shooting has made national news.
The former secretary of state and 2016 presidential candidate backed a no-fly zone and humanitarian corridors a day after Russia launched airstrikes in Syria.
The bill would start to roll back the harsh federal sentencing laws that have helped fill America's prisons.
These two don't spend much time reflecting on their role in some historic sea change in American criminal justice policy. They just want to be free.
Maryland Senator Barbara A. Mikulski's support means that the treaty's opponents have no hope of overriding a presidential veto.