{FD} House Ethics Committee launches probe into John Conyers allegations

The House Ethics Committee announced Tuesday it has launched an investigation into allegations raised against Democratic Rep. John Conyers, who admitted to settling a complaint with an ex-staffer who reportedly said she was fired for rebuffing his advances.

{FD} Ethics panel probes Conyers allegations, as Dem leaders call claims ‘disturbing’

The House Ethics Committee announced Tuesday it has launched an investigation into sexual harassment allegations against Democratic Rep. John Conyers, after he admitted to settling a complaint with an ex-staffer who reportedly said she was fired for rebuffing his advances.

{FD} Conyers admits settlement after report on sexual conduct with ex-staffers – but denies allegations

Hours after outright denying an explosive report on alleged sexual harassment, powerful Democratic lawmaker John Conyers admitted Tuesday that he settled a complaint with an ex-staffer -- who reportedly said she was fired for rebuffing his advances.

{FD} Powerful Dem Rep. John Conyers hit by report on sexual conduct with ex-staffers

Another sexual harassment bombshell is rocking Capitol Hill, after a report claimed powerful Democratic Rep. John Conyers settled a complaint with a former employee who claimed she was fired because she did not “succumb to [his] sexual advances.”

{FD} The left turns on Bill Clinton, Biden over behavior toward women

In the wake of an outpouring of sexual misconduct allegations hitting the world of media and politics, the left is slowly but steadily turning on former President Bill Clinton -- and even former Vice President Joe Biden -- over their behavior toward women.

{FD} Six terror-linked foreigners entered US via ‘diversity lottery,’ says Trump administration

At least five foreign nationals with suspected ties to terror resettled in the U.S. through the same visa lottery program that allowed NYC terror suspect Sayfullo Saipov into the country, the Trump administration said Tuesday.

{FD} Sessions to face Uranium One, Clinton Foundation, recusal questions on Hill

Attorney General Jeff Sessions could face heat from both sides of the aisle in a widely anticipated appearance before House lawmakers just hours after revealing he has ordered top prosecutors to look into "certain issues" involving the Clinton Foundation and the controversial sale of American uranium interests to Russia.

{FD} Sessions directs prosecutors to ‘evaluate certain issues’ involving Uranium One and Clinton, leaves door open on special counsel

Attorney General Jeff Sessions directed senior federal prosecutors to evaluate “certain issues” requested by the House Judiciary Committee, involving the sale of Uranium One, alleged unlawful dealings related to the Clinton Foundation and the FBI, leaving the door open for an appointment of a special counsel.

{FD} Justice Dept won’t rule out another special counsel to investigate Uranium One and Clinton

Attorney General Jeff Sessions directed senior federal prosecutors to evaluate “certain issues” requested by the House Judiciary Committee, involving the sale of Uranium One, alleged unlawful dealings related to the Clinton Foundation and the FBI, leaving the door open for an appointment of a special counsel.