Emmanuel Macron may become the next president of France. So where does he stand on some of the biggest issues of today?
Marine Le Pen may become the next president of France. So where does she stand on the big issues? What are her policy proposals?
Marine Le Pen is the daughter of Jean-Marie Le Pen, a controversial politician who has been charged multiple times for racist and anti-Semitic statements.
Marine Le Pen, who could become the first female French president, is living with her longtime boyfriend Louis Aliot. Here’s a look at his life and career.
Emmanuel Macron, the leading candidate to become France’s next President, is married to his teacher, Brigitte Macron. She’s 24 years older than him.
Bernie toured with Tom Perez this week. The rallies had a huge attendance, but were very controversial. See photos & learn more — should Bernie have gone?
In her new PSA “Your brain on drug policy,” Rachael Leigh Cook revisits her 20-year-old anti-drug PSA to show how drug convictions for marijuana destroy far more lives than marijuana itself.
After Vivek Murthy was let go, President Donald Trump’s administration tabbed Sylvia Trent-Adams to be the U.S. surgeon general.
See photos of Brittney Singletary and Heather Thomas, whom the Miami Herald reports Sen. Frank Artiles’ political committee, Veterans for Conservative Principles, listed as “consultants” in campaign documents.
Marine Le Pen may become the next president of France. Exactly how similar is she to Donald Trump, and does Donald Trump support her candidacy?
Senator Bernie Sanders issued a statement Friday supporting Democrat Jon Ossoff in his bid to win a runoff election in Georgia’s 6th district.
Reports say that President Donald Trump is expected to appoint someone to communicate directly with Vladimir Putin’s top aide, Vladislav Surkov.
A painting with Donald Trump’s severed head is on display at the University of Alaska Anchorage. It was painted by Professor Thomas Chung.
President Donald Trump is nearing his 100th day in office. Here’s a look at everything he promised to accomplish by now.
If Congress fails to approve a new spending deal before April 28, President Trump’s 100th day in office will begin with a government shutdown.