Xiyue Wang was a fourth-year graduate student at Princeton conducting research in Iran when he was arrested there in August 2016.
The Republican lawmaker from California pleaded guilty earlier this month to misusing campaign funds.
Federal executions have been on hold for the 16 years and face new challenges over the government's proposed method for lethal injection.
A lower court ruling requiring two banks to turn over the president's financial information to House committees is now on hold until Dec. 13.
The proposal aims to improve broadband access for people across the U.S., especially those living in rural or tribal areas.
The House approved the Voting Rights Advancement Act of 2019 on Friday.
A handful of Democratic presidential hopefuls want to drastically overhaul our health care system. But where does the current system stand?
According to federal data released Thursday, total U.S. health care spending in 2018 increased 4.6% to reach $3.6 trillion.
Most of the jobs were in education and health services, manufacturing, and leisure and hospitality.
Members of Congress want to tackle paid family leave. So does the White House. Can the two sides come together?
Bloomberg's gun safety policy platform calls for more comprehensive background checks a ban on so-called assault weapons — much like his competitors'.
Biden says corporations "are doing incredibly well" as the middle class gets squeezed. His tax remedies are more moderate than other Democratic plans.
Kerry called Biden uniquely suited to challenge President Donald Trump and singled out Biden's legislative achievements in his endorsement.
The House Oversight and Reform Committee subpoenaed accounting firm Mazars USA for the president's tax returns in April.
Thursday morning, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made it clear that Democrats are moving forward with the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Attorney General William Barr was called out by multiple former federal prosecutors who denounced his comments as "despicable and dangerous."
The committee's chairman asked for the review in a letter to the Defense Department Office of Inspector General.
Democrats say the case for impeaching President Trump is clear after a hearing with Constitutional law experts.
The president tweeted he "won't be doing a press conference at the close of NATO because we did so many over the past two days."
The House of Representatives has initiated impeachment proceedings over 60 times, but only 19 cases have moved on to the Senate.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has officially tapped Kelly Loeffler to replace Sen. Johnny Isakson when he retires at the end of the year.
The emails contained threats to shoot members of Yang's campaign while they were in New Hampshire.
CNN reported that Nunes met with a Ukrainian prosecutor in Vienna last year to talk about digging up dirt on Joe Biden.