A one-second video clip was at the heart of a Tuesday spat between President Trump and one of his favorite foils, CNN.
House lawmakers on Tuesday wrangled over a GOP-led bill to undo Obama-era financial regulations, with one Democrat calling the almost 600-page plan a "middle finger" to American consumers and regulators.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday will speak with Russian President Vladimir Putin by phone, the first call between the two leaders since the US launched a missile strike against a Syrian regime air base last month.
Today's installment of campaign-related news items from across the country.
Microsoft is fighting to take on Google and Apple in the education market.
Tickets for Broadway's most popular shows just became more elusive with Tuesday's announcement of the 2017 Tony Awards nominees.
House lawmakers warned top airline executives Tuesday that Congress will take action against the industry if they don't improve customer service soon, at a hearing where the embattled United Airlines CEO apologized for the company's recent service debacles.
President Trump endorsed the idea of shutting down the federal government at the end of September when the current funding bill runs out in a pair of tweets Tuesday morning.
Advertising has long appealed to consumers' emotions, but a new report claims Facebook may have taken it a bit too far.
Criticism over President Donald Trump's controversial remarks about former President Andrew Jackson and the origins of the Civil War are "overblown," CNN contributor Jeffrey Lord said Tuesday.
"It's important that people understand we have to fight to protect the progress that's been made," said Marc Morial.
A respected scientist says that if the existence of a home-grown intelligent alien species has never been established, it's never been ruled out either.