Longtime Trump lawyer Michael Cohen rebuffs allegations that he was a key link between the president-elect and the Russians.
Michelle Obama's long-sleeved, navy-blue, lace dress was created by a Taiwanese-American designer she made famous at her husband's inauguration.
"If you're tired of arguing with strangers on the Internet, try talking with one of them in real life," he says during his tribute in Chicago.
Barack Obama's praise for his family creates some of the most poignant moments during his farewell address.
Officials presented Donald Trump with intel on Russian hacking that included the compromising information, sources say.
“Hearts must change,” the president says of democracy’s potential to work for everyone in the country.
Jurors unanimously decide Dylann Roof should be put to death for the killing of nine black church members in Charleston.
Robert Kennedy Jr., nephew of late President John F. Kennedy, says he's been asked to lead a commission on vaccine safety.
It's the 10th straight year the same state has ranked last in the nation in a survey of animal protection laws.
Despite seeming confused about congressional procedure, the president-elect calls for immediate repeal and replacement.
Environmentalists mobilize against ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson and question his loyalty to the interests of the American people.
Sen. Jeff Sessions faced tough questions on a range of issues at his Senate confirmation hearing.
In his final statement, the 22-year-old shows no remorse for the 2015 killing of nine black church members in South Carolina.
FBI chief James Comey says hackers did break into some state GOP systems, but there is no evidence Trump's camp was compromised.
Targets of the president-elect's social media wrath range from Silicon Valley giants to media firms to rival golf courses.
Republican lawmakers are expressing qualms about erasing Obama's law without having an alternative to show voters.
The president-elect was accused of defamation by a political strategist who sought $4 million in damages.
A program to provide visas to Afghans who helped U.S. troops and face Taliban retaliation will remain in the next presidential term.
The conservative Alabama senator faces concerns over how committed he would be to civil rights.
His final speech there as president occurs against the backdrop of the 781 homicides in 2016, the highest in two decades.