Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has died, his consulting firm says. He was 100.
The U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree lighting ceremony will help mark the beginning of the holiday season in the District.
Hunter Biden has offered to testify as Republicans pursue an impeachment inquiry into his father that has failed to uncover evidence directly implicating President Joe Biden in any wrongdoing.
Christopher Luxon was sworn in as New Zealand's prime minister on Monday and said his top priority was to improve the economy.
Births rose by an average 2.3 percent post-Roe v. Wade, the study found.
The amendment approved on Nov. 7 did not repeal existing Ohio laws relating to abortion or reproductive rights. That has prompted some anti-abortion activists to step up pressure on Republican elected officials to extend their efforts to halt, or delay it.
Geert Wilders, with his sharp tongue, has long been one of the Netherlands’ best-known lawmakers at home and abroad. His populist policies and sometimes unruly hair have caused comparisons with Donald Trump.
A federal court Tuesday struck down a Maryland gun law as overly "burdensome," in a win the National Rifle Association (NRA) is calling a "significant victory" for Second Amendment rights.
Israel and Hamas have agreed to a temporary cease-fire deal that will include the release of dozens of people taken hostage, including several Americans.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday struck down Maryland’s handgun licensing law, finding that its requirements, which include submitting fingerprints for a background check and taking a four-hour firearms safety course, are unconstitutionally restrictive.
Proposals to ensure access to abortion and to ban assault weapons are among the first bills and resolutions filed by Democratic leaders in Virginia for the 2024 legislative session.
The disgraced former Mayor of College Park is going to prison for 30 years.
Right-wing populist Javier Milei will become the next president of Argentina after promising a dramatic shake-up to the state in a fiercely polarized election campaign held amid deep discontent over soaring inflation and rising poverty.
Ending the threat of a government shutdown until after the holidays, Congress gave final approval Wednesday night to a temporary government funding package that pushes a confrontation over the federal budget into the new year.
The House has voted overwhelmingly to prevent a government shutdown. New Republican Speaker Mike Johnson was forced to reach across the aisle to Democrats when hard-right conservatives revolted against his plan.
After a week of counting, there’s a winner in the Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney race.
U.S. Rep. Abigail Spanberger announced Monday that she will run for Virginia governor in 2025.
The Supreme Court is adopting its first code of ethics, in the face of sustained criticism over undisclosed trips and gifts from wealthy benefactors to some justices.
From a former president to the current one, here’s all the people who have launched campaigns to win the White House in 2024.
The news was so unanticipated that one campaign worker said that campaign staff found out the Republican was dropping out by watching the show.