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Trump once reportedly complained the White House is a ‘dump.’ Photos show how surprisingly small it is.
The White House's size and layout are surprisingly small compared to modern landmarks. It hasn't received a major overhaul since the 1940s.
The president and first lady travel in an ‘imperial bubble’ where the US government books entire floors of hotels, closes down airports, a...
When members of the US presidential administration travel, their trips require more than booking flights and hotels. See inside the "imperial bubble."
Gay sex is still illegal in 35% of countries in the UN, according to the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association.
Meet Felix Sater, the Russian-born, bar-fighting felon with ties to the mob at the center of Mueller’s Russia investigation
Felix Sater, a Russian-born businessman with a checkered past, emerged as a central figure in the investigation into Russian election interference.
The Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade granted Americans the right to abortion in 1973, but the reality of that right today varies dramatically by state.
Abortion bans are popping up all around the country. Here are the states that have passed new laws to challenge Roe v. Wade in 2019
In the months of April and May alone, the Governors of Ohio, Georgia, and Alabama signed some of the most restrictive abortion bans in the country.
President Donald Trump has begun making use of some of his most sweeping, unfettered powers as president: the right to grant pardons and commutations.
Check out the best messages on the giant wall of Post-Its outside Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s congressional office
The notes range from words of support, thanks, and praise to criticisms and random slogans.
The Trump administration has rejected suggestions it's moving toward war after deploying military assets in response to unspecified threats.
From the Democratic frontrunners to the dark horses, here's a complete list of who has officially announced a 2020 bid for the White House.