Populism in Britain and America has exposed deep flaws in their constitutional systems, giving cause for them to rethink their fundamentals of governance.
If selected and effectively confirmed, Shana Broussard would be the first African American to serve on the six-member US Federal Election Commission (FEC).
Supreme Court approves President Trump’s request to allow the administration to enforce its new asylum rule even as it is challenged in the courts.
President Trump jokes about serving more than two terms as president, telling a crowd that he might remain in the Oval Office “at least for 10 or 14 years.”
An underwhelming August jobs report is adding to fears of an economic slowdown, raising the stakes for President Trump’s reelection bid.
Trump administration, with other business entities, on Friday filed a motion to dismiss House Democrats’ lawsuit on President Trump’s federal tax returns.
Trump administration moving forward with its plan to divert $3.6 billion from military construction projects to border wall, notifying congress.
The Trump administration has axed a program that allowed immigrants with serious health conditions – including children and people with disabilities
Polls show President Trump losing women voters by huge margins, presenting his reelection campaign with a massive hurdle to overcome.
Trump administration says children of some U.S. military members working overseas will no longer automatically be considered United States citizens.