A Democratic U.S. congressman on Wednesday called for an emergency hearing into claims of fraud in a North Carolina election.
From Charleston's colonial mansions, to fragile Outer Banks beaches, to exalted centers of American history, the tourism-heavy US East Coast is facing a potentially devastating blow from Hurricane Florence.
Hurricane Florence would deliver a "direct hit" to the US East Coast, emergency officials warned on Tuesday.
Weighing in even as a Virginia jury deliberates for a second day, U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday.
U.S. prosecutors raised the possibility that an expected star witness may not testify against President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort.
New York and five other states filed a lawsuit on Wednesday seeking to block the Trump administration from making cooperation with federal immigration authorities.
Sarah Sanders said on Saturday that she had been asked to leave a Virginia restaurant the night before because she worked for President Donald Trump.
A former CIA officer has been charged with gathering classified defense information he allegedly intended to pass to the Chinese government.
U.S. intelligence agencies will meet with election officials from all 50 U.S. states this weekend to lay out threats to the integrity of elections.
Law enforcement authorities on Thursday unveiled a slew of charges, including murder, drug trafficking and conspiracy.
Hebert Veloza, 50, alias "HH," touched down in Bogota after being loaded on a plane in Alexandria.
Tuesday's vote for governor in the US state of Virginia has national ramifications.
World news varied Sunday between political, social and others issues.
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Wednesday condemned the recent white supremacist rally in the United States as well as "political figures who exploit fear.
A disgruntled employee shot one person and held others hostage in a South Carolina restaurant on Thursday.
Authorities in Houston charged a 25-year-old man on Monday with trying to blow up a Confederate statue, federal prosecutors said.
Maryland authorities removed a statue on Friday of a 19th century chief justice who wrote the pro-slavery Dred Scott decision.
Work crews in Baltimore took down four monuments to the pro-slavery Civil War Confederacy on Wednesday before dawn to avoid protests.
Labor Day air travel will get a boost this year, fueled by affordable ticket prices and higher household wealth
Negotiators from Canada, Mexico and the United States open the first round of talks on Wednesday to revamp the 23-year-old regional free trade agreement