Sen. Bernie Sanders said Thursday he agreed with Democratic congressman Tim Ryan's claim that the Democratic brand is worse than President Donald Trump's in some parts of the country.
A federal judge temporarily blocked the deportation of over 100 Iraqis in Michigan on Thursday by granting a 14-day stay of removal.
A popular social media fitness personality died after what can only be described as a freak accident involving a whipped cream canister.
A US and Japanese missile test conducted in Hawaii missed its target, but both militaries stopped short of calling it a failure.
President Barack Obama on Thursday spoke out against a proposed GOP Senate bill that dismantles the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
The man suspected of stabbing a police officer at a Michigan airport was denied a gun purchase in the Flint area within the last five days because he's not from the United States, a law enforcement source told CNN on Thursday.
Lawmakers took a rare break from bitter partisan politics and went to the White House Thursday evening for a good old-fashioned picnic.
Two of the nation's top intelligence officials told Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team and Senate investigators, in separate meetings last week, that President Donald Trump suggested they say publicly there was no collusion between his campaign and the Russians, according to multiple sources.
Around the same time House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was declaring she had broad support to remain the top Democratic leader and jabbing back at her critics, a group of her colleagues met privately to brainstorm on whether there was a way to force her out.
The Philadelphia 76ers picked Washington point guard Markelle Fultz with the top overall pick in Thursday's NBA Draft.
Bill Cosby will hold a series of town halls to educate young people on sexual assault, his publicists said.
The Justice Department announced Thursday that it had arrested and charged a former US government employee for sharing top-secret information with a Chinese government agent.
A Republican congressman says he's concerned about potential conflicts of interest raised by Jared Kushner and his family's business ties.
President Donald Trump said Thursday "a little negotiation" is needed to add more heart to the "very good" health care bill, as Senate Republicans finally publicly released their legislation.
Cindy weakened to a tropical depression Thursday but still brought heavy rain, powerful winds and the threat of floods to the already soaked US Gulf Coast.
A Canadian special operations sniper successfully hit an ISIS fighter from a record-breaking distance of more than two miles away while assisting Iraqi forces in the push to retake Mosul, according to Canadian Special Operations Command.
Wall Street banks have enough armor to shield Americans from another financial crisis.
President Donald Trump finally, grudgingly, had no choice but to come clean.
Patricia Krenwinkel, a Charles Manson follower convicted in a 1969 killing spree by Manson family members, on Thursday was denied parole for the 14th time.
Several dozen protesters were arrested Thursday after they gathered and chanted outside Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's office over the GOP health care bill.
Opinion surveys in recent weeks have shown the brunt of public opinion is opposed to the GOP on health care in terms of both substance and process.
Two jurors in Bill Cosby's assault trial offered differing accounts of their deadlocked deliberations that underscore how differently they may have viewed the case.
At a closed-door meeting with senators last week President Donald Trump reportedly called the House's health care plan "mean," and now Democrats are taking the President to task for his words, calling the Senate GOP bill "meaner."
Under a new piece of legislation that passed through the Wisconsin State Assembly on Wednesday night, students who disrupt speeches on campus at University of Wisconsin schools could be suspended, or even expelled, for speaking out.