Iran and the U.S. conducted a prisoner exchange Saturday that saw a detained Princeton scholar released for an Iranian scientist held by America, a rare diplomatic breakthrough between Tehran and Washington.
The White House said Friday that it will not participate in the House Judiciary Committee’s impeachment proceedings in a scathing, two-paragraph letter.
If you’re a billionaire running for president, you can put your money where your mouth is.
"The 2018 Yearbook" remembers the 37 people who were killed in school shootings throughout the year.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is promising to invest $150 billion to bring high-speed internet to “every household in America” while breaking up and better regulating monopolies he says currently limit access to drive up their profits.
Dr. Larry Wallace Jr is making history as the first African-American mayor for the city of Manor.
Travis County GOP Chairman Matt Mackowiak and Abhi Rahman with the Texas Democratic Party join Rebecca Thomas to discuss a video showing a few world leaders appearing to mock President Trump and what could have caused a rift between Trump and world leaders.
A legal expert and law professor at Stanford called out Republican Rep. Doug Collins when he said the experts did not care about facts during the latest impeachment inquiry hearing.
The Trump administration announced Wednesday that it is tightening work requirements for the federal food stamp program, which could affect hundreds of thousands of people.
After video surfaced of world's leaders at the NATO summit appearing to laugh at his expense, President Trump called Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau "two-faced."
Here’s what impeachment proceedings entail and what to expect as the House moves forward with its impeachment inquiry against Trump.
With various digital platforms making it easier for candidates to bring awareness to their campaigns, endorsements remain as crucial as ever to stay relevant in a highly polarizing election.
The Supreme Court is turning to gun rights for the first time in nearly a decade, even though those who brought the case, New York City gun owners, already have won changes to the regulation they challenged.
The House Judiciary Committee will be taking over the impeachment probe of President Donald Trump starting next week on Dec. 4.
Texas Senator John Cornyn helped fill up a few bags and wagons at the Central Texas Food Bank's Mobile Pantry in North Austin and discussed what’s being served up in Congress regarding the attempt to impeach President Trump.
A bipartisan bill that makes animal cruelty a federal crime has passed Congress, and the president signed it into law on Monday.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Monday that President Donald Trump gave him a direct order to allow a Navy SEAL accused of war crimes to retire without losing his SEAL status.
Defense Secretary Mark Esper fired Navy Secretary Richard Spencer over the controversial case of SEAL Edward Gallagher.
Democratic House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff says he won’t foreclose the possibility of more depositions and hearings in the impeachment inquiry of President Trump.
Billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, one of the world's richest men, has formally launched a Democratic bid for president.