Alabamians seemed to retain some levity during a bruising special election, as evidenced in their write-in selections.
President Trump takes to Twitter to tout achievements from his first year in office and rip "Fake News" and the U.S. Postal Service.
Mueller may continue with his investigation into Trump's alleged ties to Russia far longer than the White House has planned.
The United States on Tuesday sanctioned two top North Korean officials involved in the country's ballistic missile programs.
Federal prosecutors are seeking information about Trump senior advisor Jared Kushner's real estate business, according to The New York Times.
It may be too early to tell if a tax bill that just cleared Congress is "the rage" in Corporate America, as President Donald Trump claims.
In one incident, the Journal wrote that Bowman shoved an executive affiliated with the Boston Red Sox.
One hundred and twenty-eight countries voted in favor of the resolution. Nine countries voted against, and thirty-five countries abstained.
Mark Warner said he is concerned about "irresponsible and reckless" voices calling for an end to Robert Mueller's investigation.