The Senate has confirmed Rod Rosenstein as deputy attorney general, putting the longtime federal prosecutor in place to oversee a federal investigation into Russian influence in the U.S. elections.
The White House is staying mum ahead of President Trump’s announcement of his much-anticipated tax plan Wednesday, but top congressional Republicans sounded open Tuesday to big cuts, even if they add trillions to the deficit.
One of the most popular perks for Washington D.C.'s power players is coming to an end, Fox News has learned.
President Trump signed an executive order Tuesday telling the Agriculture Department to identify and eliminate potentially unnecessary regulations that “hurt farmers and rural communities.”
A California judge on Tuesday blocked President Trump’s executive order that sought to withhold federal funds from so-called “sanctuary cities.”
The mayors of several cities say they are still grappling with what it means to be defined as a so-called sanctuary community.
Several religious groups that challenged ObamaCare's birth control mandate want Justice Department lawyers to end the legal battle, arguing the arrival of the Trump administration makes their case impossible to argue.
President Trump announced Tuesday the acting deputy commissioner of Customs and Border Protection, Randolph Alles, would be the new director of the U.S. Secret Service.
Local governments in the Washington, D.C., region are planning a “full-scale” terror attack drill for Wednesday – an exercise that comes amid mounting tensions with North Korea and other threats.
Republican lawmakers in Pennsylvania are set to vote on a bill that would eliminate the ability of teachers to earn two taxpayer-funded paychecks, one from their union and another from their employer.