Americans today are the most satisfied with the way things are going in the country as they have been since right before the 2016 election, according to a Gallup poll released Thursday. Thirty-seven percent of Americans said they were satisfied in May after North Korea announced it would dismantle its nuclear testing site and engage in diplomatic talks with President Trump. That number is up from 29 percent last month.
More Americans are pushing aside their money worries to live their lives. More than one-third of Americans (35%) delayed a major life decision in the last year because of finances, but that's a drop from the 51% who did so in 2015, according to a new survey by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Why? The economy is picking up, the Great Recession is a decade behind them and they're ready to reach for their dreams. The survey, conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of the AICPA, polled more than 1,000 adults.
"The ingredients are coming together for a pretty volatile day," storm chasing legend Tim Samaras told MSNBC during a phone interview on Friday, May 31, 2013. He warned that a supercell storm, the kind that creates dangerous hail and deadly tornadoes, could be headed for the Oklahoma City area.
President Donald Trump held a meeting on illegal immigration at the White House on Wednesday and one particular moment went viral... but for all the wrong reasons.
Students at Colorado Christian University spotted an endangered species in the world of higher education: a conservative graduation speaker.
Senator David Perdue: Immigration is Killing Us, We Are Filling up the Labor Rolls with People Who Aren't Qualified to Work
Mike Pillsbury: This ZTE Decision Makes the President Look Bad, I Worry Not Taking Bolton's Advice Makes him Look Weak
Federal appeals court judges signaled Tuesday that President Trump's tweets could sink his efforts to end the Obama-era DACA deportation amnesty.
It's been about a month and a half since Parkland survivor David Hogg called for people to pressure Fox News host Laura Ingraham's advertisers into abandoning her show.
The Chinese government is leveraging billions of dollars in debts to gain political leverage with developing countries across Asia and the Pacific, a new report presented to the US State Department claims.
The independent report, written by a pair of Harvard University scholars, identified 16 countries targeted by the Chinese government for "debtbook diplomacy, " with Pakistan, Djibouti and Sri Lanka identified as being most vulnerable.
Joe diGenova: Rosenstein and Sessions Have Been Told 'Your Jobs Are not Secure'
Special counsel Robert Mueller has withstood relentless political attacks, many distorting his record of distinguished government service.
For the first time ever, Fox News 10 PM show The Ingraham Angle beat MSNBC's flagship program, 9 PM's The Rachel Maddow Show, in the key 25-54 demographic for the week.
HHS Secretary Alex Azar: The President is Attacking this Tough, and We're Going to Bring Down Those Drug Prices
Donald Trump Jr.: Media and Democrat Hysteria is Only Helping Republicans in 2018
Did the bureau engage in outright spying against the 2016 Trump campaign? The Department of Justice lost its latest battle with Congress Thursday when it agreed to brief House Intelligence Committee members about a top-secret intelligence source that was part of the FBI's investigation of the Trump campaign.
After months of confidence that public discontent with President Trump would lift Democrats back to power in Congress, some party leaders are fretting that their advantages in this year's midterms are eroding amid a shifting political landscape.