The Trump administration is invoking an obscure provision of the Arms Export Control Act to bypass congressional review.
Stanford University is working to right the story of Chinese railroad workers 150 years after the completion of the First Transcontinental Railroad.
The success of alternative mobility options depends on the public having a good experience.
A proposal from the Trump administration aims to roll back guidance that included gender identity in a rule prohibiting discrimination in health care.
Earlier reports suggested much higher troop numbers, ranging from 5,000 to 10,000.
The indictment says Assange conspired with Chelsea Manning to obtain classified documents.
The celebrity chef is accused of groping a woman in 2017 in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood.
The average American worker receives 14 paid vacation days a year but only uses 10.
He pleaded guilty in 2002 to providing support for the Taliban and was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
At least three people were killed and multiple others hurt after tornadoes ripped through Missouri Wednesday night.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told lawmakers the new Tubman bill likely won't be released until 2028.
An agency spokesman told news outlets that the 10-year-old girl from El Salvador was in a "medically fragile" state when she entered U.S. care.
Pew says 52% of Americans are in the middle class down from 61% in 1971.
A federal grand jury indicted the high-profile lawyer on charges of fraud and aggravated identity theft.
New York's State Assembly voted in favor of a measure that would let prosecutors pursue charges against certain people who've been pardoned.
The judge agreed that Qualcomm illegally suppressed its competition in the cellphone chip market.
On Tuesday, a federal judge ordered that documents related to five search warrants be made public.
Tuesday marked the fifth consecutive day of severe weather in the region.