Nancy Pelosi's historic second turn leading a Democratic majority as the speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives marks only the second time in the last half century a speaker has returned to serve in that position
No progress after Trump meets with congressional leaders. Another session is set for Friday
US demands "accurate" results, threatens sanctions against anyone who undermines DRC democracy
The ongoing battle between President Trump and members of Congress over funding is leading to upheaval in a system already taxed by more cases than it can handle in a timely way
Shutdown has not affected three-quarters of the government, but 800,000 employees have been furloughed or are working without pay
President tries to explain how Mexico is paying for his wall even as he demands Congress approve the money to build it
“Moving forward we are still hoping for the employer to come back with a genuine solution to the grievances. The current stalemate makes it difficult for doctors to return to work or let alone for the fresh graduates to assume duty ..."
The WildAid conservation group says Gurira, who mostly grew up in Zimbabwe, is participating in a publicity campaign called “Poaching Steals From Us All” that will run across Africa.
Sixty-nine-year-old liberal senator launches exploratory committee in Democratic field that could include nearly two dozen candidates
Funding solution nowhere in sight as Trump demands wall on US-Mexico border, Democrats hold firm
Data breaches, offensive speech and misinformation have left many skeptical about the benefits
The election was originally set for 2016, but officials delayed it repeatedly, allowing longtime President Joseph Kabila to stay in office two years past the end of his term