Just hours after a mistrial was announced, the Senate Ethics Committee said it will resume its investigation of the embattled senator.
Outside of Congress, taxpayers may also be footing the bill for businesses' sexual harassment-related settlements.
Our reporter and producer behind the "Revolt" series talk about the one thing states with booming clean energy industries have in common.
Over 200 suspected members of the MS-13 gang were arrested from Oct. 8 to Nov. 11 this year.
Including Franken himself.
The U.S. Senate candidate's religious supporters from across the country targeted accusers, the media and establishment politicians.
David Litt led the way on four Correspondents dinners and wrote countless speeches for President Obama - we discussed his time in the White House.
Despite multiple tries to reach a verdict, jurors couldn't unanimously decide whether or not Menendez gave political favors in return for gifts.
The House passed its Tax Reform and Jobs Act, which could be the first major shake-up to the U.S. tax system in over 30 years.
Senators from both parties want to prevent mass shootings - by making states and agencies more vigilant.
The U.S. Justice Department is warning more cities, counties and states it claims might have "sanctuary policies" protecting undocumented immigrants.
Leeann Tweeden made the allegations in an online post for KABC, where she works as a news anchor.