President Donald Trump on Monday continued his Twitter attack on special counsel Robert Mueller, calling the ongoing investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election a "witch hunt."
Trump's opioid plan to take three-pronged approach, including death penalty for high-volume traffickers
President Donald Trump will roll out new plans to tackle the country's opioid epidemic on Monday in New Hampshire, the White House said Sunday. The plan will include stiffer penalties for high-intensity drug traffickers, including the death penalty for some, Andrew Bremberg, director of the White House Domestic Policy Council, told reporters Sunday.
A solid blue district in Illinois is facing an identity crisis as Democrats could purge one of their own with a political newcomer on Tuesday. Progressive liberal Marie Newman is challenging Rep. Dan Lipinski, a blue-dog, anti-abortion Democrat who has represented Illinois' 3rd District for more than a decade.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo will meet with outgoing Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at the State Department on Monday after the former was picked to be Tillerson's replacement.
Here's to all the years of screwing up our sleep. Daylight saving time turns 100 today, but we doubt anyone's going to throw a party. On this day in 1918, Congress passed the Standard Time Act that established time zones and daylight saving time.
A favorite shopping destination is closing its doors, and Toys "R" Us shoppers are wondering exactly how it will affect them. Here's what we know so far.
Lyft is experimenting with a new subscription model as it tries to find more ways to end car ownership. Rather than a traditional monthly car payment, some Lyft passengers can pay a monthly fee for access to its network of transportation services.
The worlds of makeup and artificial intelligence came together on Friday. L'Oreal, one of the world's biggest cosmetics companies, has purchased ModiFace, a Canadian firm that specializes in artificial intelligence and augmented reality technology.
Tinder's parent company Match Group is suing competitor Bumble, accusing the female-friendly dating app of patent infringement and stealing trade secrets.
Facebook's first black eye was from "fake news." The social network's secretive algorithm enabled hoaxes and lies to reach millions of people during the US presidential campaign in 2016. Analysts were taken aback by the scope of the problem. Facebook vowed to make changes.