Putin May Come To White House For Meeting With TrumpThe Trump administration said that it is amenable to a White House meeting between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, but preparations for such a visit have not started.
Tweet Offering Home To Gun Protesters Launches MovementIt started with a rare tweet by a woman who had — "maybe" — 28 followers on Twitter. Now Elizabeth Andrews finds herself running an ad-hoc volunteer network.
Rev. Billy Graham, Wary Of Politics In Life, Gets Capitol SaluteHe felt stung by the politics that helped define his life, and resolved to keep a distance. But in death, the Rev. Billy Graham is getting a rare tribute from the nation's top political leaders.
Smithsonian Accepts Uniforms From The Dallas Cowboys CheerleadersA swatch of American culture was donated to the nation's attic on Monday as the Smithsonian Museum of American History accepted two iconic uniforms from the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders.
GOP Lacking Votes To Keep Government OpenConservatives say there's enough Republican opposition to scuttle a plan by House GOP leaders to prevent a government shutdown this weekend.
MLK III Calls Out Trump On Alleged Immigration CommentsMartin Luther King Jr.'s eldest son is calling out President Donald Trump following accusations the president used a vulgarity to describe African countries.
Hobby Lobby Owner's 'Museum Of The Bible' Opens In D.C.The Museum of the Bible opens Friday, just three blocks from the U.S. Capitol, in what marks the most prominent public display of Hobby Lobby president Steve Green's religious commitment.
Federal Court Clears Way For Immigrant Teen To Get AbortionA U.S. appeals court has cleared the way for a 17-year-old immigrant held in federal custody to obtain an abortion.
House Passes Russia Sanctions Bill By Big MarginThe Republican-led House has decisively approved legislation that hits Russia with additional financial sanctions.
Pot Supporters Plan 'Smoke-In' After Arrests Near US CapitolAfter a pot giveaway that led to eight arrests, marijuana legalization supporters are returning to the U.S. Capitol -- and this time they plan to light up.
Dallas Police Choir Raising Money For D.C. TripThe Dallas Police Choir on Friday is trying to raise enough money to send its 28 members to sing at a ceremony in Washington D.C. that will honor fallen heroes through music.
Owner Of Limo Torched By Prostesters In DC Says Insurance Unlikely To PayThe president of the company that owned a limousine set on fire during an Inauguration Day protest in Washington says insurance likely won't cover the damage.