Several of the recent vaping-related illnesses and deaths appear to involve people who bought illicit vapes, which are not subject to regulations or testing.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) introduced legislation that would make it possible to prosecute white supremacist attacks, such as the shooting in El Paso, as acts of terrorism.
Sen. Ron Wyden argued that Congress needs to implement “mandatory nation-wide cybersecurity requirements” ahead of the 2020 elections.
Page met with Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich during a trip to Moscow, while serving as a Trump campaign adviser.
Court documents cast doubt on the attorney general's previous testimony that he had no knowledge of communication between the Trump campaign and Moscow.
Residents in Dickinson, Texas, who were affected by Hurricane Harvey may be ineligible for money to rebuild their homes because of their political beliefs.
The North Korean diplomats in New York “don’t engage in propaganda, they don’t bang on the table, they don’t engage in threats,” a veteran diplomat said.
Sens. Bob Corker and Tom Cotton are working on legislation that could lead the U.S. to sanction Iran -- even if it is abiding by the 2015 deal.
The President will ask lawmakers to change U.S. commitments under the nuclear agreement -- a move that could blow the whole thing up.
The ACLU case is the first major legal challenge to laws aimed at halting the boycott, sanctions and divestment movement.
Eyeing an Oct. 15 deadline, European diplomats are lobbying the Trump administration to stay in the Iran deal.