Crisis didn't just begin with Trump, says Massachusetts senator, "because for years and years and years, Washington has worked just great for the rich and the powerful, but far too often, it hasn’t worked for anyone else"
Confirming Rex Tillerson, Republicans on Senate Foreign Relations Committee "just knowingly handed our international climate diplomacy over to a rogue oil mogul"
Quietly approved reforms by National Park Service that would allow corporate sponsorship and advertisements called a "disgrace" by public advocacy group
"I think these guys are basically trying to shed light on their message and they definitely achieved their goal," said NFL fan Willian Ihrke
The revelation "is likely to raise fresh questions over Tillerson’s relationship with Russia ahead of a potentially stormy confirmation hearing by the US senate foreign relations committee.
'If given the opportunity to serve, I will work tirelessly to make the Democratic Party an organization that brings us together and advances an agenda that improves people’s lives.'
Secret Service whisk candidate off stage as supporters create scare by attacking lone anti-Trump Republican at Nevada rally
'I mean, look at what happened to Matt Lauer.'
During a campaign rally in North Carolina on Tuesday, Republican presidential nominee casually suggested that "Second Amendment people" could take care of Hillary Clinton
Neither campaign shows much willingness to offer concessions to the other
"We're going all the way to California," Bernie Sanders told his supporters.
Though expectations were met as Hillary Clinton claimed a win by large margin in the Mississippi primary, the big story of Tuesday's two Democratic primaries is that Bernie Sanders has achieved an "upset of almost unheard of proportions" by claiming victory in the bellwether state of Michigan.
"Obviously the war in Iraq was a big, fat mistake, all right?” said Trump. "George Bush made a mistake, we can make mistakes. But that one was a beauty."
The Democratic Iowa caucus was still too close as midnight came and went Monday night with Hillary Clinton holding a less than .5 percent edge over Bernie Sanders with just a handful of precincts left to report.
"There would be nothing more in this world that I would like than to take on Donald Trump," said Sanders on Sunday. "We would beat him, and we would beat him badly."
Though the announcement of TIME magazine's 'Person of the Year' designation isn't until next month, it was reported on Monday that the leading contender—at least among the magazine's readership—is Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), the Democratic presidential candidate calling for a 'political revolution' with his grassroots-driven campaign against establishment candidate Hillary Clinton.
"Only in the senile, decrepit, and unbelievably corrupt modern version of the United States would this sickening decadence even be considered possible, let alone doable."
The battle for the Democratic presidential nomination hit a new gear—though it may have ended for some—on Tuesday night as the party's five candidates seeking the nation's highest office squared off in their first televised debate from Las Vegas.
With scientists and experts from around the world telling world leaders with increasing urgency ahead of upcoming climate talks in Paris that "It must be done," a new report says "It can be done."
What does cage-free look like? Thousands of chickens roam a new cage-free henhouse at Willamette Egg Farms in Canby, Oregon.