Impeach Trump? Most 2020 Democrats tiptoe past…

Democratic leaders in Congress argue that impeaching President Donald Trump is a political mistake as the 2020 election nears, and most of the candidates in the 2020 White House race seem to agree, for now.

Director Of US Citizenship And Immigration…

The Trump administration was reportedly frustrated with the speed at which USCIS was working and how it exercised its authority.

Nike's Future Contracts Will Protect Athletes…

Nike said it "support[s] women as they decide how to be both great mothers and great athletes."

Yellow vest protest in Brussels turns violent

A yellow vest protest march is turning violent in Brussels with demonstrators pelting buildings and police using pepper spray in confrontations

The Latest: Leader of Spain's far-right party…

The leader of Spain's upstart far-right Vox party, Santiago Abascal, asked Spaniards to make "their voice heard" after he cast his ballot in Madrid

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Border Wall Construction Funding Temporarily…

A federal judge temporarily blocked $1 billion from the Trump administration's plan to build a wall along the southern border.

Supreme Court Blocks Orders In Ohio, Michigan…

Lower courts had ordered Ohio and Michigan to redraw their district maps because they unfairly favored Republicans.

Sudan's leading opposition party rejects strike call

A leading Sudanese opposition party says it is refusing a call by protest leaders for a two-day general strike, in a sign of divisions within the pro-democracy movement that is challenging military rule in Sudan

North Carolina moves to help offenders clear…

More people in North Carolina may soon qualify to have their criminal records expunged, thanks to a bipartisan bill loosening expunction requirements

Disaster Relief Bill Held Up In House After…

​The House was trying to pass the bill quickly using unanimous consent, meaning a single objection could stop it.

Groups Ramp Up Messaging Efforts On Judicial…

Groups on both sides of the political aisle are ramping up targeted messaging efforts about the significance of federal judicial nominees.

The Latest: Iraq to try help end crisis between US and Iran

The Latest: Iraq's foreign minister offers to mediate between US, Iran to resolve crisis between its 2 allies

The Latest: Sumo fans appreciate Trump's…

Japanese sumo fans say they're happy President Donald Trump took the opportunity during his visit to Tokyo to watch the national sport in person _ even if his attendance caused some changes to the usual arrangement for fans

Survey Shows Most Americans' Views On Abortion…

Newsy commissioned a survey to get a more complete picture of people's views on abortion.

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House Committee Approves Amendment To Repeal…

The Authorization for the Use of Military Force allows the president to use military force without approval from Congress.

Pakistan's PM calls Indian counterpart on election victory

Pakistan's prime minister has spoken to his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, congratulating him on his party's winning a second mandate

Jon Voight: Trump's the Greatest Since Lincoln

Eighty-year-old actor Jon Voight took to Twitter on Friday night to proclaim his love of President Trump in a pair of videos that said the president's job "is not easy" as he has to fight "the left and their absurd words of destruction," though he has "made his every move...

ACLU, Planned Parenthood File Lawsuit To Block…

The organizations announced the suit in a joint press release, calling the law "blatantly unconstitutional."

Missouri's Governor Signs 8-Week Abortion Ban…

Gov. Mike Parson had already told reporters he supported the Missouri Stands with the Unborn Act.

Explosions in Nepal's capital leave 3 dead, 5 wounded

Police say three people were killed and at least five others wounded in two different explosions in Nepal's capital

Hate makes a comeback in the Pacific Northwest

Far-right extremists are maintaining a presence in the Pacific Northwest nearly two decades after the Aryan Nations' Idaho compound was demolished

Judge Questions Whether House Can Sue To Stop…

The House requested a preliminary injunction against the president's plan to use Defense Department funds to build a border wall.

Trump Orders Intel Agencies To Help With Barr…

The president directed the heads of each agency to "promptly provide" information that's requested by Attorney General William Barr.

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News reports: 8 people shot at party in Virginia

News reports say at least eight people were being treated for gunshot wounds after a party in Virginia

Venezuela negotiators return to Norway for crisis…

Norway says representatives of the Venezuelan government and opposition will return to Oslo for mediation

Senate Passes Disaster Aid Package, Includes…

The Senate approved the bill with a vote of 85-8.