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Mitt Romney has spoken with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell amid speculation that the 2012 GOP presidential nominee could run for the Senate in Utah, McConnell said Friday.
Hillary Clinton cast President Donald Trump as hypocritical Friday, arguing that while he uses pictures of children killed in gas attacks to justify airstrikes in Syria, he at the same time shuts the door on refugees from the country.
President Trump's decision to bomb a Syrian airbase is already triggering a heated debate within the halls of Congress about whether it was the right strategic decision and whether he should seek congressional authorization for any further military action.
In a pair of statements, one a day before and another just after he launched a missile strike against Syria on Thursday, President Donald Trump told Americans that the chemical weapons attack launched by the Assad regime on its own people fundamentally altered his view of the long, bloody conflict.
Russia's envoy to the United Nations slammed the United States' missile attack on a Syrian airbase, calling "it a flagrant violation of international law and an act of aggression" in remarks at a UN Security Council meeting on Friday.
The central European nation of Slovenia is celebrating a milestone this week at a time when its profile has risen considerably, thanks to American first lady Melania Trump.
If President Donald Trump decides to go to Congress to authorize military action against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad or ISIS, he can look to his predecessor for a cautionary tale of getting the legislative branch involved in voting for war.
A federal judge in Baltimore approved a sweeping consent decree Friday that outlines extensive reforms now required of the city's police department.
The news was stunning. Justice Antonin "Nino" Scalia, a judicial icon who dedicated his career to reinvigorating conservative legal thought and in doing influenced a generation of conservative lawyers and judges, was dead.
The Senate Friday morning is set to confirm Neil Gorsuch, a 49-year-old federal judge who could help cement a conservative majority on the bench for decades, to the Supreme Court.
The Trump Organization and restauranteur Jose Andres have settled a long-running lawsuit, according to a joint statement released by both parties Friday.
When Neil Gorsuch takes the bench at the Supreme Court he will be warmly received by his eight new colleagues who have toiled away on a short staffed Court for more than a year.
President Donald Trump sat for dinner Thursday with his Chinese counterpart in an ornately frescoed dining room a Mar-a-Lago with the fresh divides seizing the White House staff on full display.
President Donald Trump should not have ordered the airstrikes targeting a Syrian airbase without first consulting Congress, Sen. Tim Kaine said Friday.
The United States launched a military strike Friday morning local time (Thursday evening ET) on a Syrian government airbase, in response to a chemical attack on civilians in the town of Khan Sheikhoun earlier this week. Get live updates below.
The presidency you plan for is rarely the presidency you get. Events have a way of outrunning blueprints. Plans change.
Sen. Ben Cardin offered cautious support -- and a warning -- Friday for President Donald Trump's decision to strike a Syrian airfield.
A Democratic lawmaker and Iraq War veteran is questioning President Donald Trump's strategy in Syria, particularly in the context of Trump's opposition to allowing Syrian refugees to come to the US.
President Donald Trump and President Barack Obama have now both ordered airstrikes in Syria, but there are key ways that Thursday's strike was different from the previous military strikes there.