7-Eleven Day typically means free Slurpees for everyone, but this year's celebration turned out more special than usual for one Missouri family.
Republicans owe much of their electoral success to liberals who don't vote
"Not all Republicans oppose this, but everyone who has opposed it is a Republican. It's unacceptable"
Fox News anchor Shep Smith told viewers Tuesday that "everyone in America" should read special counsel Robert Mueller's report in full.
Gov. Jared Polis, who is gay, said the bill underscores that "Colorado is a state where everyone can be their true selves and live the life they want."
Barr tells CBS News' Jan Crawford that the attacks on his character stem from a "hyper-partisan period of time"
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Retired Lt. Col. Dick Cole, the last surviving member of the Doolittle Raiders who rallied the nation’s spirit during the darkest days ...
The Justice Department has been flooded with public records requests since the Russia probe wrapped.
Stephen Moore, who is so perpetually wrong that at least one newspaper has said it will never publish him again, is not a popular choice.
Everyone wants to see the Mueller report. Yes, literally everyone. Attorney General William Barr has so far refused to promise to make the contents of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe public -- an issue that led most Senate Democrats to oppose his confirmation in the first place. Yet it seems even Republicans are fed up with the secrecy, as the House voted unanimously Thursday on a resolution demanding the report be made public. Both sides of the aisle teamed up, voting 420-0 to make Mueller's report on potential ties between President Trump's campaign and Russian election interference available to Congress and the public. Eight members of Congress didn't vote and four Republicans voted "present," but no one voted against the non-binding resolution. The decision can't force Barr to release the entire report to the public or even Congress, prompting some Republicans to say it was a "waste of time," The Washington Post notes. There's also no indication that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) will bring it for a vote. Still, the resolution serves as an overwhelming reminder to Barr of what many lawmakers want from him. House Democrats have already started their own probe into the Trump campaign and administration, potentially to duplicate and expand on Mueller's or provide what Barr may withhold. Mueller has reportedly been wrapping up his investigation, and is expected to release it to Barr in the next few months. Kathryn Krawczyk
It's the wealthiest Americans who are getting something for nothing, writes Robert Reich, a former US secretary of labor
After Rudy Giuliani's latest comments, it's everyone for themselves. And it's a prosecutor's dream for the special counsel.
The family of a man initially accused by an activist in the murder of Jazmine Barnes is telling everyone to "back off."
More descriptions of heated exchanges between Trump and congressional Democratic leaders during a Friday meeting are emerging
Conservatives Mock Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez For College Dancing Video, Everyone Else Thinks It's Adorable
The video went viral on the same day that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was sworn in as the youngest congresswoman in history.
Everyone Who Enabled Trump -- Doctors, Lawyers, Republican Legislators -- Should Be Held Accountable
It's bad enough lawyers have made professional compromises in service to Trump, but lawmakers should know the law and also face a reckoning.
Officers from British Transport Police were called to the station just before 9pm as a man wielding a knife stabbed members of the public.
"Everyone thinks the military is getting paid during the shutdown, but the Coast Guard is facing no pay," wrote one Twitter user who said her husband is Coast Guard.