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President Donald Trump ordered the Interior Department to review national monument designations by three predecessors, taking aim at Barack Obama's protections.
Ted Cruz has introduced the "El Chapo Act," a bill that would use the estimated $14 billion in assets owned by drug lord Joaquin Guzmán to build a border wall.
One person died in the crash of a twin-engine plane near Huntsville, Texas, the state Department of Public Safety announced.
A giant rabbit, on track to become the largest of its kind, was found dead in the cargo hold of a United Airlines flight after it landed in Chicago.
Republicans finished amending the American Health Care Act as part of a new effort to replace Obamacare with more support of Freedom Caucus members.
President Donald Trump selected retired Marine Corps Gen. Randolph "Tex" Alles as director of the Secret Service, the White House announced.
Fitbit said Tuesday it is investigating claims by a Wisconsin woman who said she suffered second-degree burns when the band exploded on her wrist.
An inmate in Milwaukee County Jail went seven days without water before dying of dehydration, prosecutors said at an inquest into the man's death.
Mexico scored a trade victory over the United States on Tuesday when the World Trade Organization ruled in its favor in a tuna dispute.
President Trump on Tuesday took action to grow the domestic agriculture industry during a meeting at the White House with more than a dozen U.S. farmers.
Uber plans to turn a flight of fantasy into reality, announcing Tuesday it will offer a flying taxi service in Dallas-Fort Worth and Dubai by 2020.
President Trump will sign an executive order Wednesday to review two decades worth of national monument designations by his three predecessors.
President Trump's efforts are once again being denied in federal court, this time an order to punish "sanctuary cities" by cutting billions in federal funding.
Fifteen people face federal charges stemming from what authorities called a South Dakota "chop shop" involving the trafficking of eagles and other bird species.
A "deeply moved" President Donald Trump remembered 6 million Jews killed in World War II at a U.S. Capitol ceremony and pledged he will confront anti-Semitism.
House Oversight Committee members said there was no evidence Michael Flynn complied with the law on reporting payments he received from Russian groups.
Three retired police officers and a former prosecutor were charged Tuesday in a corruption investigation into New York City's gun-licensing agency.
Bay Area Rapid Transit stepped up officers' patrols after 40 to 60 juveniles mobbed a Bay Area Rapid Transit train, robbing and injuring passengers.
"Bachelor" star Chris Soules was arrested Tuesday following a fatal car crash.
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear a General Motors appeal, potentially exposing the company to new liabilities in its ignition switch lawsuits.