President Donald Trump is asking for voter names, addresses, party affiliation and voting records from all 50 states.
By Paul Solman
The "elephant chart" explains the rise of populism in the developed world and so much more.
By Elizabeth Flock
Sally Bedell Smith's new book "Prince Charles: The Passions and Paradoxes of an Improbable Life" explores a member of the royal family she says has been "massively misunderstood."…
By Mark Sherman and Sam Hananel, Associated Press
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that churches have the same right as other charitable groups to seek state money for new playground surfaces and other non-religious needs.
By David A. Lieb, Associated Press
The 2016 presidential contest was awash with charges that the fix was in: Republican Donald Trump repeatedly claimed that the election was rigged against him, while Democrats have accused the Russians of stacking the odds in Trump’s favor. Less attention…
By Sara Burnett, Associated Press
Illinois is on track to become the first U.S. state to have its credit rating downgraded to "junk" status, which would deepen its multibillion-dollar deficit and cost taxpayers more for years to come.
Here's a look at what happened in those trials and in other major police shooting cases, as well as what's next for the families of the victims and the officers involved.
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump wants to add solar panels to his long-promised southern border wall — a plan he says would help pay for the wall’s construction and add to its aesthetic appeal. “We’re thinking about building the wall…
By Laura Santhanam, Erica R. Hendry, Joshua Barajas and Iman Smith
Here are five stories that provide some insight into what’s happening outside the Capitol.
Johnson will likely face questions about his agency's reports about Russia's hacking leading up to the 2016 election and before Inauguration Day, and whether those assessments have changed.
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