President Trump made false and misleading statements this week while visiting Kenosha, Wisconsin, and about his power over the National Guard. It's Fact Check Friday.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics released its latest employment report on Friday.
No officers were injured during the incident.
The informal agreement between House Speaker Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Mnuchin would stave off a government shutdown after Sept. 30
Two men were arrested on firearm charges after a tipster warned law enforcement they were traveling to Kenosha, Wisconsin, with assault-style weapons.
D.C. police released body cam footage Thursday of the fatal police shooting of Deon Kay following protests outside a police station.
The Trump administration has named a new acting inspector general for the State Department, the fourth person to lead the watchdog office in four months.
AG Barr argued that President Trump's repeated allegations that his political opponents are guilty of "treason" is intended "colloquially" rather than literally.
A pulsing signal has been detected from under the rubble of a Beirut building that collapsed during the horrific port explosion in the Lebanese capital last month, raising hopes there may be a survivor still buried there
Daniel Thompson has resigned as digital editor for a Kenosha newspaper after disputing a headline for a story about a rally for the family of Jacob Blake