President Trump on Wednesday kept up his attacks on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, promoting comments from former Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz that Mueller never should have been appointed in the first place.
President Trump on Wednesday dinged his own Justice Department for not urging the Supreme Court to take up a case involving driver's licenses for young illegal immigrants.
Christine Quinn, the openly gay former speaker of the New York City Council, is walking back her slam of former "Sex and the City" star Cynthia Nixon as an “unqualified lesbian” after Nixon jumped into the Democratic race for governor of New York on Tuesday.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and House Majority Whip Steve Scalise have joined the House Republicans who are calling for a special second counsel to investigate the Department of Justice and FBI’s actions related to the Hillary Clinton and Trump-Russia probes.
Lawmakers in Congress have until Friday to pass a $1.2 trillion spending bill or the government shuts down for the third time this year.
Several Democratic lawmakers are offering to hire ousted FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe in an attempt to help him still secure a full government pension after Attorney General Jeff Sessions fired him Friday.
A New York Democratic congressman is being accused of promoting violence against President Trump after suggesting during a townhall that citizens may have to take up arms against the president if he doesn’t follow the law.
President Trump nudged GOP challenger Danny Tarkanian out of Nevada’s Senate race on Friday, convincing him to drop his primary bid against incumbent Sen. Dean Heller in return for a Trump endorsement in a House race instead.
The Trump administration on Thursday sanctioned 19 Russian individuals and five Russian entities for allegedly interfering in the 2016 election and engaging in cyber-attacks.
The Department of Justice’s inspector general could soon release his expected explosive report detailing a more than yearlong review of the FBI and DOJ’s Hillary Clinton investigation – an effort that has already put top FBI official Andrew McCabe and his pension in jeopardy.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is considering firing top FBI official Andrew McCabe before he officially retires from the bureau in a few days, a move that could deprive the former deputy director of pension benefits, Fox News has confirmed.
Democrat Conor Lamb has already declared victory over Republican Rick Saccone in Pennsylvania’s special House election, but Republicans say they aren’t giving up until every vote is counted.
A key cabinet official was canned, another promoted and one of the president’s closest aides was escorted from the White House Tuesday in one of the busiest – and most chaotic – days of the Trump administration.
President Trump on Tuesday ousted Rex Tillerson as secretary of state and said he is replacing him with CIA Director Mike Pompeo.
Hillary Clinton’s trip to India is evoking memories from her failed 2016 bid for president, as the Democrat makes headlines for blaming racism and misogyny for her loss while taking stumbles in front of the cameras.
The Democrats mulling a run for the White House in 2020 are facing intense pressure from liberals to campaign on abolishing the agency that enforces federal immigration laws, a proposal that was once relegated to the far-left fringe.
President Trump said Monday ”things are moving rapidly” when it comes to raising the minimum age for buying certain guns but said he is letting the issue play out in the courts before taking action himself.
Adult film star Stormy Daniels isn’t being shy about cashing in on her legal battle with President Trump, as she ramps up a strip club tour across the United States that’s playfully named after Trump’s campaign slogan.
President Trump told a Latino group Wednesday he is “ready, willing and able” to strike a deal with Congress over the illegal immigrants brought to the U.S. as children, but said “Democrats are nowhere to be found.”
A federal agency informed the White House on Tuesday that it has determined top Trump aide Kellyanne Conway violated the Hatch Act on two separate occasions while discussing last year’s contentious Alabama Senate race on television.