Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney had sought a judge's opinion on whether he should respond to House investigators' subpoena or follow the president's directive barring aides from p...
On Monday, lawyers for the acting White House chief of staff said he planned to file suit against the House, but he reversed course Tuesday.
Mulvaney's history with Ukraine aid suggests he might have been unusually willing to participate.
The memos show the parties are fundamentally at odds over everything from key pieces of evidence to the legitimacy of the process.
After opening statements, attorneys for the Democrats and the Republicans will get 45 minutes each to question the witnesses. Lawmakers then get their turns.
A rift in Chasten Buttigieg’s family has broadened as Chasten and his brothers go public with differing accounts of their childhoods and the reaction to Chasten's sexuality.
Officials are not certain whether incidents captured by aerial footage constitute war crimes.
According to documents and current and former officials, the strategy was aimed at sending a message to Central American migrants: Coming to the United States illegally has consequences.
The Supreme Court seems ready to let him eliminate DACA. What happens to his party then?
A sweeping indictment of Trump's horrific policies, as seen from the inside.
Late entrants rarely win. And this time around, the Democratic establishment needs more than a standard bearer; it needs a program.
The former ambassador is back with a blatantly self-serving book designed to elevate her and skewer those who dared to stand up to the president.
It's the second instance in recent weeks of a college newspaper coming under pressure from students to abandon Journalism 101.
Having trouble making sense of the weird lawsuit brought by Charles Kupperman, formerly President Trump's deputy national security adviser? Well, you’re not alone.
It is unclear if President Trump has approved the idea, but he has asked aides for a simple pitch on cutting middle class taxes, after his 2017 tax law was slammed as a giveaway to the rich.
“We own this,” Solicitor General Noel Francisco told the court during oral arguments over the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Dozens of records are falling, some of which have stood for over a century.
After Stephen K. Bannon’s testimony, Rick Gates is expected to fill in gaps on contacts over WikiLeaks’ email release.
President Trump has a long-standing disdain for windmills, including the 11-turbine wind farm he said would harm views from his golf course.
The Daily Northwestern’s top editor says he "over-corrected" in apologizing for the paper’s coverage of a protest of former attorney general Jeff Sessions.
The fast-warming Sea of Okhotsk, wedged between Russia and Japan, is a cautionary tale of the far-reaching consequences when climate dominoes begin to fall.
While Sean Hannity runs the network’s anti-impeachment war room, Carlson will simply be talking about something — anything — else.
Should you eat your host’s food? Should you expect to provide your own transportation to and from the airport? What should you do if you clog the toilet?
It’s a marriage bound by the most delicious pork cutlet — and love.
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Rich Wade photographs Ring of Honor professional wrestling in New York: “I’m a huge wrestling fan and always have been.."
The DNC has raised the bar again, likely further narrowing the field.
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For seven years, photographer Alice Martins has documented the Syrian conflict. She recounts her last days in Syria, as Turkey's military operations altered the country's fate
The annual event was held in Santa Monica, Calif.
The World Series champion Washington Nationals are celebrated, Democrats control the Virginia House of Delegates and Senate after election results, violent protests in Chile and Hong Kong, the sc...
The former South Carolina governor said impeachment had stolen all the oxygen.
Everything we know about what happened and when in the Ukraine scandal.
And how these defenses miss the mark.
The released transcripts undercut a key talking point.
Mexicans are divided on the decision to host the socialist leader for an undetermined period.
Saudi's state security announced -- and then distanced itself from -- the designation at a time when protests for reform are rocking other Arab countries.
White-collar workers, with stable jobs and promising careers, now trade tips on petrol bombs and helmets.
Regardless of how far from Germany the wall segments travel, the message, said curators and historians, always hits close to home.
The court turned down an appeal from the gun industry intended to block the lawsuit.
The Environmental Protection Agency is pushing forward with a policy that could limit the science the agency uses to underpin regulations, a change long sought by conservatives but derided by man...
She won once before. But because she was known only as Emily Doe, someone else accepted the award on her behalf.
The letters are an appeal to the president and attorney general to call off plans to resume the practice.
Conservationists in Vietnam captured thousands of photos of the silver-backed chevrotain, which scientists last had seen in 1990.
Study points out dangers, provides tips on monitoring health of mother and baby.
If successful, the program would connect healthy retirees and young adults to the elderly who need various forms of help.
I was trying to protect myself. Sometimes that meant losing my humanity when dealing with patients, families.
It's a star on the brink of collapsing on itself.
Rearranging the NSC deck chairs.
A cathartic moment for LGBT people masked a dangerous sentiment.
History provides lessons on how to pit popular culture against internet hate speech and racist propaganda.
The Washington area winter outlook for 2019-2020 features a harsher second half of the season compared with the start.
The closures began Monday and will continue through Wednesday, officials said.
The case began with a 15-year-old’s cross-border killing by a U.S. border agent.
He was associated with organizations such as Vanguard America and Atomwaffen Division, prosecutors said.
Why did the federation treat the World Cup champs as lesser than their male counterparts? It soon may be exposed in court.
Returning to Boston for the first time as a starter on an opposing team, Thomas is over the Celtics and ready for his next challenge with the Wizards.
Don Cherry finally went too far.
The analyst was iconic and insulting. Now Canada, and hockey, grapples with his firing.
We asked dozens of journalists, wonks, activists and politicians to write short pieces about the state of the Democratic Party — and what it means for 2020.
Reader knows that Mom and Dad plan to writer her sister out of the will. Should she tell?
The first Japanese player picked in the first round of the NBA draft discusses the transition into the league.
She came home from the hospital to find the house wrecked and the dog neglected.
An exhibition of some 200 works of the French artist show his range, ambition and curiosity.
Peter Shaffer’s massive play is fully realized in Richard Clifford’s production.
In “The Andromeda Evolution,” Daniel H. Wilson tracks a new infection that threatens humanity.
In “A Song for You,” Crawford worries that the scandal of Houston’s last years can make it easy to forget the greatness of her life.
Dara Khosrowshahi came under fire for comparing Khashoggi's killing to a self-driving car crash in an interview with Axios.
The people who make the malicious programs known as malware are increasingly using political names and images to harass their victims.
Thousands of users were greeted with an error message paired with a "Wreck-It Ralph" character or Mickey Mouse stranded in space.
Fordham University business students are using virtual reality to prepare them for boardrooms.
The aircraft were among 88 used planes purchased from foreign carriers.
A new lawsuit calls out the housing management company at Joint Base Fort Meade for allowing housing complexes to slip into disrepair. Military families who've lived there say they suffered healt...
The party says it is ‘confident’ no data was compromised.
The president takes another swipe at the Fed in New York address
“We want to know our own history,” the self-taught scientist once said. “Who were the first Americans? When did they get here? How did they get here?”
He was the first black chief executive of Kaiser, one of the country’s largest nonprofit health plans.
Her puppet character became a fixture of “The Ed Sullivan Show” and was especially popular in Latin America and Japan.
His early album covers for the Beatles created a visual identity for the band as it rose to fame.