The largest union in North America has mobilized against the Trump-backed Republican in Pennsylvania.
The Office of Inspector General said travel-cost justifications from the Treasury and White House needed "more detail and rigor.”
Republican awards honoring conservative African Americans were absent the party's first black chairman.
Children are being ‘weaponized’ in support of Donald Trump, says media expert.
Millie March rose to fame for her support of the president during the 2016 election.
Critics say the president is pickpocketing everyday Americans to benefit a handful of wealthy business moguls.
Of course he did. But Democrats still can't get over it and haven't learned some important lessons from 2016.
Donations to RNC legal fund paying Russia investigation lawyers shows $193,400 from Cambridge Analytica's Mercer and wife.
A General Motors union leader says Trump is losing support among manufacturing workers, but experts suggest he knows just how to keep a certain type of voter on side.
Mueller’s investigation exposes why it's so easy to launder money through Britain, experts say.
Some billionaires in the Trump administration are avoiding a scandal over private chartered jets by flying their own.
A GOP lawmaker has deleted messages saying his former Democrat colleague “will go missing in the Okefenokee.”
Yale University and a former State Representative in Georgia are pointing the way to healing in America as the debate over Confederate monuments rages.
Senator Claire McCaskill demanded to know why the military approved $50 million in irregular spending on luxury cars and significant other’s salaries, calling it a “slap in the face” to taxpayers.
A bipartisan group of Congress members is calling for a debate on whether Trump's strategy is any good.
Casualties mount as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson works to cut $10 billion from the State Department budget on White House orders.
Former U.S. officials say Scaramucci's recent comments indicate a breakdown in the democratic norms of the White House.
Last year there was a 40 percent increase in government data breaches, with 72 across American government systems.
At the moment the U.S. military is in the foreign policy driver’s seat, and that’s not a good thing, experts say
Former diplomats and foreign policy experts tell Newsweek that Rex Tillerson's big changes are eroding America's power on the global stage.
The president uses the social media platform to attack his enemies and “fake news” as well as promote his television appearances.
Polling shows Trump losing the advantage in Republican bastion of Texas.
Fear and disappointment or happiness and hope were among the choices for thousands across the continent.
Hatewatch non-profit group says holding event at 'venerable institution' lends 'legitimacy' to racist movement.
Look back at the highs and (mostly) lows of the 2016 election campaign.
Comparing language used by Clinton and Trump reveals how election pitches are altering.
David Cameron and George Osborne reneged on £1bn promise on carbon-capture programme.
How cutting a £1bn green tech fund set back the fight against climate change and left the UK's global standing in tatters.
EU judges will decide if Britain must deal with 27 nations on free trade.
Senior figures at former Just Solutions International investigated for possible breach of Civil Service rules.
The unstoppable crime of 'vishing' is on the rise and regulators remain powerless.
Opposition is growing following the Ministry of Justice's announcement of plans to close community courts in early October.
Court documents question if the Justice Ministry followed human rights rules when bidding for a £5.9m contract.
After High Court challenge against JSi program in June, Secretary of State for Justice Michael Gove launched review inside MoJ
An influx of international money into London's property market has become a contentious British election issue.
In one London neighbourhood, a sense of shared destiny has given rise to a positive outcome — rather than pushing them apart, recent hate crimes have brought Jews and Muslims closer together.
On the heels of the Israeli Prime Minister's speech to U.S. Congress, a sect of Orthodox Jews known as the Neturei Karta made a statement about their view of Israel and Palestine.
Several journalists are headed to court to protect freedom of speech in the UK after finding themselves on the Met police "domestic extremist" database and discovering they have been spied on for years.
But ISPs can do more, says WikiLeaks co-founder. Assange’s new book presents two visions of the future of the Internet battling for supremacy.
Under the final Canada-EU trade deal, billions of dollars Canadian governments set aside to boost local businesses may flow out of Canada.
Devices now lightning rods for critics of mayor's failure to fix affordable housing.
MP Artur Debski works a construction job in London to understand why more and more Poles are moving to the U.K.
A data breach at the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada has potentially exposed the private information of 800 current and former federal government employees.
Movement is brewing to change the iconic British flag if Scotland votes for independence. But the Union Jack is found on many flags.