Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said in response to running for president, "How about...no."
GOP Kentucky governor lashes out at newspaper for partnering with Pulitzer-winning journalism projec
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R) on Wednesday lashed out at the Louisville Courier Journal for partnering with Pulitzer-winning investigative journalism project ProPublica.
The GOP-controlled Senate on Wednesday dealt a significant blow to President Trump by voting to advance a resolution ending U.S.
A former editor with Bloomberg News criticized her former company's owner, Michael Bloomberg, on Wednesday for his recent comments about the independence of Bloomberg journalists.
Protesters hosted a queer dance party outside the housing complex of White House senior adviser Stephen Miller on Wednesday night.
Australian newspaper complains of censorship after gag order prevents coverage of Catholic sex scand
An Australian newspaper on Thursday published a front page that drew attention to a gag order in the country that prevents it from publishing details on the trial of a former Vatican official accused of sexual abuse, labeling themselves "cens
The Senate on Wednesday moved toward voting to end U.S.
Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) agreed to a term-limit deal on Wednesday that ensures her election to a second stint as House Speaker — but also makes it certain her Speakership will end after a maximum of four more years.
Fox News finished 2018 in first place in the cable news ratings race, delivering the highest prime-time audience in its 22-year history, according to Nielsen Media research released on Wednesday.
House Republicans are struggling to come up with a strategy to fulfill President Trump's demands that the lower chamber pass a funding bill that includes $5 billion for his promised border wall.
Tribune Publishing made a series of secret payments totaling $2.5 million to avert a lawsuit from a former newspaper executive alleging the company's then-chairman made anti-Semitic comments, according to a new NPR investigation.
Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) said Wednesday he will not allow the Senate’s criminal justice reform bill to move to the floor by unanimous consent, preventing the legislation from moving quickly to a final vote.