At Davos, there is much talk of Donald Trump.
And the government has reopened ... for now.
She was reportedly visiting family in Florida.
The payment "should have been reported" because it was used to influence the election, says Common Cause.
The president has previously come under scrutiny for mocking others' accents.
They've flipped far more seats than Republicans have in the past year.
Simona Mangiante is engaged to George Papadopoulos, and they've both cooperated with special counsel Robert Mueller's probe.
Nearly 30 percent of the island's energy customers remain without power.
Many politicians said they wouldn't vote for government funding without protections for undocumented young people, then did it anyway.
"If you live in an information cocoon, you will believe many things that are false."
It's not really a cave if you're just continuing the fight.
The solar industry created 1 in every 50 new American jobs in 2016.
The New York senator is "even worse" than President Donald Trump, one group said.
“I know what’s in the president’s heart," Pence said of Trump's denigrating Haiti and African countries.
A homeless rapper's simple graffiti message has become Washington's "street art anthem."
Vermont became the ninth state to legalize weed and the first to do it through legislation. But don't expect recreational cannabis sales any time soon.
A "men's rights" bash in NYC had far-right fixtures whining about "lower classes," women and "brown people." For some reason, Chelsea Manning was there.
Republicans had consistently received a 13-5 advantage in the state's congressional delegation since 2012.
"Follow the money," Rep. Ted Lieu said of the National Rifle Association's pro-Trump efforts.