If you found yourself in an elevator with the U.S. health secretary, what would you tell him? Dr. Samantha Harrington points to the need to defend the FDA's rigorous standards for drugs.
President Trump will tap Gov. Charlie Baker to serve on a new commission to address the nation's opioid addiction epidemic which will be led by Baker friend Gov. Chris Christie.
American Affairs, according to the editor, aims to fill the void left by conservatives who spent more time opposing Trump than examining the issues that secured him the presidency.
This comes after federal lawmakers dropped their bid to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, which gives states money to expand their Medicaid programs.
Some security analysts are wondering if properties with the Trump name need added protection. If so, who pays for it?
The Washington Post recently reported that for eight weekends in a row President Trump visited a property that has his name on it.
The Trump administration reportedly sought to block the former acting attorney general from testifying on possible links between Russia and the Trump campaign.
The United Kingdom has officially filed for divorce from the EU. We take a look at what some of the obstacles might be.
The rules would have given consumers more power over how internet service providers, like Comcast and Verizon, use consumers' personal data.
The Fox News host said on "Fox & Friends" that he couldn't respond to Waters' comments on the House floor because he was distracted by her "James Brown wig."
The Brexit begins. The UK official kicks off its divorce from the EU. We’ll look at the road ahead.
Congress is striking down internet privacy rules from the Obama years. We’ll look at why and what it means for your life online.
Advocates say an increase in state funding is needed in the face of proposed cuts by the Trump administration.
We talk with theologian Thomas Groome about whether the Democratic Party should rethink its stance on abortion.
"If these sanctuary cities are going to harbor and conceal criminal illegal aliens," Sheriff Thomas Hodgson said, "federal arrest warrants should be issued for their elected officials."
A proposed agreement will require the state of Michigan to replace up to 18,000 lead and galvanized water pipes in the city of Flint.
British Prime Minster Teresa May will trigger what's called Article 50 on Wednesday. That will begin the process by which the U.K. leaves the European Union.
NPR's Ron Elving looks at the mounting pressure for Devin Nunes to step away from his committee's Russia investigation, and President Trump's executive order on climate change regulations.
President Trump's exeuctive actions target significant portions of Obama-era environmental protections, namely the Clean Power Plan.
In an interview, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the threat posed by artificial intelligence is "50 to 100 more years" away.