Poll: Three-Quarters Of Americans Say They Lack InfluenceThree-quarters of Americans agree that people like themselves have too little influence in Washington, rare unanimity across political, economic, racial and geographical lines.
Immigration Rallies Held Across U.S. To Support MuslimsDemonstrations were held in Dallas and cities across the U.S. this weekend to support Muslim Americans and to protest President Donald Trump's immigration policies.
Obama Sets Rule To Protect Streams Near Coal MinesThe Obama administration on Monday set final rules designed to reduce the environmental impact of coal mining on the nation's streams, a long-anticipated move that met quick resistance from Republicans who vowed to overturn it under President-elect Donald Trump.
Two-Thirds Of Americans Would Struggle To Cover $1,000 EmergencyIt's a sign that despite years of recovery from the Great Recession, Americans' financial condition remains as precarious as ever.
Three Americans Killed In Kabul BlastA suicide car bomber attacked a NATO convoy in the Afghan capital Saturday, killing at least 12 people, including three American contractors.
Poll: 2 Of 3 Americans Say IS Threat Is ImportantSixty-five percent of Americans now say the threat from the Islamic State group is important.
FBI Director Warns Islamic Militants In Iraq "Coming For Us" U.S. airstrikes continue to pound Islamic militants in Iraq to keep them from their campaign of killing. On Monday, FBI Director James Comey sounded the alarm in Dallas about the militants known as ISIL.
Team USA Arrives In Brazil For World CupThe Americans landed in Sao Paulo on Monday morning on a commercial flight from Miami and arrived at their downtown hotel on a bus with the American flag and the slogan 'United by team, driven by passion.'
TripAdvisor Says Americans Are Big TippersAmerican travelers aren't cheap, according to a major survey by TripAdvisor, which says stateside citiznes are among the world’s top tippers.
North Texas Politicians, Advocacy Groups Respond To Health Care RulingThe Supreme Court's decision on Thursday to uphold the entire Affordable Care Act is sending tidal waves through Texas — particularly the state's GOP leadership, which has overwhelmingly opposed "Obamacare." Here's a look at what Texas politicos and pundits are saying on both sides of the aisle.