Attorney General William Barr on Wednesday faced a second day of grilling on his handling of the Mueller report — this time by Senate Democrats.
President Donald Trump applauds DOJ team’s review of origin of Russia investigation.
The proposal would dramatically change America’s $3.5 trillion health-care industry.
On the day of House Democrats’ deadline for a response from the IRS to their request for President Donald Trump’s tax returns, the president doubled down on his position.
“The question is whether it was predicated, adequately predicated,” Barr said.
With $324,687 of that coming from her work as an author and $402,897 from Harvard.
Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren, the latest to release her 2018 tax returns Wednesday, paid nearly $231,000 on an adjusted income of about $850,000.
The House of Representatives has passed a bill which would restore net neutrality rules the Federal Communications Commission repealed in 2017. Representatives approved the bill by 232-190 (with a sole Republican voting in favor), but the legi…
Claire Grady’s resignation was announced by outgoing Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, who herself was forced to resign.
Alles has led the Secret Service since April 2017.
The U.S. Navy may have to ask Congress to boost funding in fiscal 2021.
Unprecedented move could have broad implications for U.S. personnel and policy.
Where the investigations related to President Trump stand
Democrats’ 2020 presidential primary to test how the party appeals to white men.
The United States Postal Service is issuing a new commemorative stamp honoring the late President George H. W. Bush, who died at 94 on November 30, 2018.
Only attacks defined as international terrorism, not domestic terrorism, have associated criminal charges codified in the law.
Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan becomes the 17th Democrat to enter the race.
A Senate panel has voted to put a former Washington lobbyist in charge of the Interior Department despite intense debate among senators over his links to former clients
Congress has rebuffed the Trump administration over support for the military campaign in Yemen that’s being led by Saudi Arabia
Mexico must curb surge of migrants and stop drug flow, the president said.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested more than 280 workers at a Texas technology company in what the agency described as the largest workplace raid in a decade.
The South Bend, Indiana, mayor teased a forthcoming presidential announcement after he launched an exploratory committee in January and raised $7 million dollars.
A centerpiece of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s two-year investigation now threatens to backfire.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is putting its funding and research ties with Huawei and ZTE on hold due to US investigations against the Chinese companies. The university will also add extra layers of scrutiny to projects and fundin…
Bipartisanship in Congress is rare these days, but on Wednesday lawmakers of every stripe agreed: Something must be done to stop illegal and unwanted robocalls.
Test surveys to gauge whether there’s an aversion to the citizenship question are already being mailed out.
White House whistleblower Tricia Newbold spoke with a congressional panel about Carl Kline, Jared Kushner and security clearances.
By recognizing Israeli sovereignty over the long-disputed Golan Heights, Trump shoved Arab allies he’s counting on into a corner.
With so many Democratic candidates, the rules have changed.
The groundings were lifted for some airlines within an hour Monday morning.
Facebook announced today that it has removed 1,126 Pages, groups and accounts ahead of India’s general election. Most of the accounts, which were based in India and Pakistan, were flagged for “coordinated inauthentic behavior.” In total, Facebook rem…
An episode recounted by Democrat Lucy Flores has prompted a re-evaluation of his presidential bid
Democrats want Attorney General William Barr to release the report by Tuesday.
Well, folks, it’s just a few hours shy of the turn of the month, and you know what that means: April Fool’s Day. Yes, it’s that special time of year when insipid brands, mean-spirited teens, and tech titans compete to be the first to trick you into thi…
Polygraphs were given by the same expert who tested Christine Blasey Ford.
Facebook has signaled some openness to regulations, but it’s making things clearer this weekend. Mark Zuckerberg has posted an editorial floating four ideas for regulating the internet, including approaches that could apply worldwide. To begin with…
Former Arizona Rep. David Stringer denies he paid teens for sex in the 1980s.
“Medicare for All” has emerged as a rallying cry among Democrats in the early stages of the 2020 U.S. presidential campaign.