The US and India's defense chiefs held their sixth meeting Monday, underscoring US efforts to bolster its relationship with India as part of President Barack Obama's pivot to Asia.
Both the White House and Donald Trump objected Monday to views expressed by NFL star Colin Kaepernick about the treatment of minorities in the US.
Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence insisted Sunday that Donald Trump has been "absolutely consistent" on how he'd treat undocumented immigrants as president and his recent comments on the topic have been that of "a CEO at work."
It's the most deceptive sign in politics.
Donald Trump continues to trail in key swing states, but that has not been the case in Nevada, a state that helped him clinch the Republican nomination.
Donald Trump's campaign tried to downplay the Republican nominee's stance on immigration, insisting Thursday that "nothing has changed as far as the policies."
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is expected to receive her intelligence briefing Saturday morning near her home in New York at the FBI offices in White Plains, according to a US official.
Nearly four years after Newtown, we're fighting -- and we're winning -- on gun safety, write Gabrielle Giffords and Mark Kelly.
A federal judge set a preliminary schedule Monday for the release of up to nearly 15,000 documents between Hillary Clinton and top aides when she was the secretary of state.
Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk criticized President Barack Obama for delivering money to the Iranian government in coordination with the release of Americans being held prisoner there -- saying he was "acting like the drug dealer in chief."