The federal budget breaks down into two major categories: mandatory and discretionary spending.
The fight for women's rights in America has been an ongoing battle for over a century.
A D.C. couple is putting a spin on the classic tomato-based condiment.
Nearly all children in school right now have no recollection of 9/11. History teachers must now instruct on a topic their students can't relate to.
The youngest person to ever qualify for the Scripps National Spelling Bee will not be competing in the finals.
Lee Boyd Malvo was 17 when he was convicted for killing 10 people and injuring three others.
It was part of the Native Nations Rise march in Washington.
The original protest was organized as a way to speak out against President Trump's policies, but it grew to encompass a number of issues.
Some argue his actions on the campaign trail and during his first few days in the Oval Office are enough to know whether to give him a chance.
The man told police he wanted to "self-investigate" the so-called "Pizzagate" situation.
The Department of Justice stepped in after a judge denied the tribe's motion to halt construction on the $3.8 billion pipeline project.
"Suicide Squad" disappoints critics but broke the records for best August opening ever.