Lawyers say some innocent observers, including two journalists, were improperly swept up in a group of 230 people arrested after self-described anti-capitalists began breaking windows in Washington on Inauguration Day
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Transportation officials in Washington say more than a million trips were taken on the city's rail system Saturday _ a tally that is hundreds of thousands more than on Inauguration Day
President Donald Trump, who spent his first full day in office berating the media over their coverage of his inauguration, will spend Sunday engaged in more routine matters
After more than a million people flooded nationwide demonstrations opposing President Donald Trump's agenda, the question is whether that energy can be sustained and turned into political impact
A spokesman says former President George H.W. Bush's health continues to improve and doctors are hopeful he can be moved from intensive care at a Houston hospital in the next day or two
Former Justice Department spokesman Brian Fallon says he is concerned that White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer may be sacrificing his integrity by lying for President Trump.
Rex Tillerson, the former Exxon Mobil executive with close business ties to Russia, is getting closer to becoming the nation's top diplomat after two influential Republicans said they would support his nomination
Missouri's new governor, Eric Greitens, is pushing to give the state the country's toughest penalties for attacking a police officer, reflecting similar efforts elsewhere
During a January 4, 2017, interview with David Axelrod, then in-coming White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said he could not do his job if he had to lie because it would hurt his credibility with the press.
The Washington hotel owned by President Donald Trump is at the center of what top Democrats and some ethics advisers see as his web of conflicts of interest
Speaking on NBC's "Meet the Press," Kellyanne Conway said White House press secretary Sean Spicer's false claims about crowd sizes at the inauguration were "alternative facts."