The detention facility at Guantánamo Bay won't close by the time the president leaves office, his press secretary admits.
Tom Price, the president-elect's choice for health secretary, is facing a call for an investigation into a vote he cast in 2016.
She is accused of knowingly aiding and abetting her husband, Omar Mateen, and misleading police.
Repeal of the ACA would mean many uninsured Americans and skyrocketing premiums for private insurance, a new CBO report finds.
Colo, who became the oldest known living gorilla in the U.S., passed away in her sleep at the Columbus Zoo.
A Nigerian air force jet mistakenly bombards a camp for those made homeless by Islamist jihadists.
Jon Ralston, an expert on the Silver State, talks to Yahoo News about the election and his plan to change local news.
In the face of criticism from teachers unions, Betsy DeVos is strongly promoting alternatives to public schools.
The president-elect fired off still more tweets ripping Rep. Lewis, four days after the initial assault.
The country's high court rules that the political group does not pose an existential threat to the republic.
In a highly anticipated speech, Theresa May calls on the bloc to negotiate a free-trade deal to benefit both sides.
Public funds are involved, but so are private donations, which have increased markedly over the past 40 years.
Repeal of the ACA would mean many uninsured Americans and skyrocketing premiums for private insurance.
Evidence showing Russian interference raises "serious questions" about Trump’s victory, activist and talk show host Sharpton says.
The president-elect says he has issues with the border adjustment element of the House Republican plan.
Kiev urges the U.N.'s top court to order Moscow to pay damages for attacks on civilians during its conflict with separatist rebels.
A one-bedroom apartment in an Indian coastal city rents for as little as $89 per month, statistics show.
Russia's president says the Obama administration is trying to "undermine the legitimacy of the president-elect."
He slams a pair of polls that show he is set to take office as the most unpopular newly elected president in at least 40 years.
As the IRS battle against fraud and identity theft intensifies, many needy taxpayers are getting caught in the middle.