Hospital Prices Are Now Online, But Patients…

Hospitals now have to share a list of prices for their services, but experts say they're pretty useless for patients.

New Bill Would Prevent Trump From Unilaterally…

A bipartisan group of senators introduced a bill that would require any president to get Senate approval to withdraw from NATO.

Small Bordertown Finds Itself In Middle Of…

While the goverment remains shutdown over funding for Trump's border wall, we went to New Mexico to ask border residents what they think of the fight.

How Trump's Dream Wall Stacks Up To What's…

President Trump says he wants to build a steel-slat type wall at the southern border — here's a quick look at what other kinds of barriers are there.

Explaining Hannity's Claim About Criminals Who…

The number Sean Hannity used seems to be accurate, but it deserves some context to understand how it fits into the big picture.

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Report Says Trump Instructed Michael Cohen To Lie…

If the reporting is true, the president's alleged actions are the textbook definition of obstruction of justice.

FDA To Furlough More Workers To Keep Drug Reviews…

FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said the funds are needed to continue reviewing new drugs for approval.

Trump Denies Pelosi A Government Plane For…

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had been scheduled to travel to Brussels and Afghanistan with other lawmakers.

Rep. Tom Marino Resigns From Congress

He'll be stepping down from office Jan. 23 to go to work in the private sector.

President Trump Scraps US Delegation's Trip To…

Trump canceled the trip "out of consideration for the 800,000 great American workers not receiving pay and to ensure his team can assist as needed."

Becoming An American: Nisrin Elamin & Tahanie…

Together with The Marshall Project, we bring you "We Are Witnesses: Becoming An American." Here, two accounts of the night the travel ban came down.

Mnuchin Reportedly Suggested Easing Tariffs On…

The next round of trade talks between the U.S. and China is scheduled for Jan. 30.

State Department Says Staff Is Coming Back To…

The deputy under secretary for management sent out an urgent message saying most employees will be back to work on Tuesday.

Women In Chicago Can March On, Thanks To This…

There's no official Women's March in Chicago this year, so a college student is organizing her own rally to commemorate its third anniversary.

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Cohen Says He Paid Tech Firm Owner To Rig Online…

Michael Cohen confirmed a Wall Street Journal report that he paid the owner of a tech company to manipulate two polls in Donald Trump's favor.

Govt. Report Says Thousands More Children Were…

An Inspector General report found there was a spike in family separations at the border months before a "zero tolerance" policy was announced.

Bill Would Offer Financial Relief For Federal…

Rep. TJ Cox and Democratic co-sponsors unveiled a bill that would offer affected federal workers up to $6,000 in loans via the Treasury Department.

USDA Calls Employees Back To Work To Help Farmers…

The USDA said in a press release Wednesday it has recalled about 2,500 employees to open offices for three business days starting on Thursday.

Trump Unveils Long-Awaited Missile Defense Review

The review's release has been delayed several times since the president first ordered it in January 2017.

Kids Come To The Border Alone, But This Lawyer…

Newsy sat down with the director of an organization that advocates for some of the most vulnerable migrants kids once they are in U.S. custody.

House Passes Another Bill To Reopen The Government

A bill approved in the House of Representatives would fund the government through Feb. 8, but it's not likely to get a vote in the Senate.

Trump Says He 'Virtually Eliminated' The Estate…

Before taking office, President Donald Trump pledged to eliminate the estate tax, but he wasn't able to get rid of it altogether.

A Look At The Realities Of Domestic Work Behind…

Women as young as 16 start working with families for less than minimum wage and with little freedom.

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How the Prime-Time State of the Union Came To Be

The State of the Union has become one of the biggest annual televised political events, but it hasn't always been that way.

Small Businesses Hit Hard By Partial Government…

Susan Lacz, CEO and President of Ridgewells Catering, talks about how her small business has been impacted by the partial government shutdown.

Pelosi Asks Trump To Delay SOTU Address Until…

Nancy Pelosi made the suggestion in a letter to President Trump Wednesday, citing "security concerns."

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Hospital Prices Are Now Online, But Patients…

Hospitals now have to share a list of prices for their services, but experts say they're pretty useless for patients.

New Bill Would Prevent Trump From Unilaterally…

A bipartisan group of senators introduced a bill that would require any president to get Senate approval to withdraw from NATO.

Arizona police chief: Withhold judgment in death…

A suburban Phoenix police chief has offered her condolences to the family of a 14-year-old burglary suspect who was shot and killed by an officer but has asked that public withhold judgment until an investigation is completed

Small Bordertown Finds Itself In Middle Of…

While the goverment remains shutdown over funding for Trump's border wall, we went to New Mexico to ask border residents what they think of the fight.

How Trump's Dream Wall Stacks Up To What's…

President Trump says he wants to build a steel-slat type wall at the southern border — here's a quick look at what other kinds of barriers are there.

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Syria attack victims include daughter of US…

The Pentagon has identified three of the four Americans killed in a suicide bomb attack claimed by the Islamic State group in Syria this week

Explaining Hannity's Claim About Criminals Who…

The number Sean Hannity used seems to be accurate, but it deserves some context to understand how it fits into the big picture.

Report Says Trump Instructed Michael Cohen To Lie…

If the reporting is true, the president's alleged actions are the textbook definition of obstruction of justice.

Trump plans big announcement on Saturday on…

President Donald Trump says he'll make a "major announcement" on the government shutdown and the southern border on Saturday afternoon, as the standstill over his border wall continues.

FDA To Furlough More Workers To Keep Drug Reviews…

FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said the funds are needed to continue reviewing new drugs for approval.

Trump Denies Pelosi A Government Plane For…

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had been scheduled to travel to Brussels and Afghanistan with other lawmakers.

Products made of threatened African wildlife sold at US expo

Photos and video taken by an animal welfare activists at a recent trophy hunting convention show an array of products crafted from the body parts of threatened big-game animals, including elephant leather clothing and furniture

Rep. Tom Marino Resigns From Congress

He'll be stepping down from office Jan. 23 to go to work in the private sector.

President Trump Scraps US Delegation's Trip To…

Trump canceled the trip "out of consideration for the 800,000 great American workers not receiving pay and to ensure his team can assist as needed."

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Neo-Nazi publisher ordered to turn over personal information

A judge has ordered the publisher of a neo-Nazi website to reveal his net worth and personal information in internet trolling lawsuit

Becoming An American: Nisrin Elamin & Tahanie…

Together with The Marshall Project, we bring you "We Are Witnesses: Becoming An American." Here, two accounts of the night the travel ban came down.

Mnuchin Reportedly Suggested Easing Tariffs On…

The next round of trade talks between the U.S. and China is scheduled for Jan. 30.

Report: Snap fires 2 execs after alleged sexual…

Snapchat head of security Francis Racioppi has been fired after having an inappropriate workplace relationship, The Wall Street Journal reports

State Department Says Staff Is Coming Back To…

The deputy under secretary for management sent out an urgent message saying most employees will be back to work on Tuesday.

Women In Chicago Can March On, Thanks To This…

There's no official Women's March in Chicago this year, so a college student is organizing her own rally to commemorate its third anniversary.

Gillibrand, in Iowa, bills herself as a fighter…

Gillibrand starting from scratch in Iowa, where other Democratic presidential prospects have gotten a head start

Cohen Says He Paid Tech Firm Owner To Rig Online…

Michael Cohen confirmed a Wall Street Journal report that he paid the owner of a tech company to manipulate two polls in Donald Trump's favor.

Govt. Report Says Thousands More Children Were…

An Inspector General report found there was a spike in family separations at the border months before a "zero tolerance" policy was announced.

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The Latest: BuzzFeed stands by reporting on…

BuzzFeed says it stands by its reporting but is "working to determine what exactly" special counsel Robert Mueller's office is disputing about its story on President Donald Trump and his former lawyer Michael Cohen

Bill Would Offer Financial Relief For Federal…

Rep. TJ Cox and Democratic co-sponsors unveiled a bill that would offer affected federal workers up to $6,000 in loans via the Treasury Department.

USDA Calls Employees Back To Work To Help Farmers…

The USDA said in a press release Wednesday it has recalled about 2,500 employees to open offices for three business days starting on Thursday.