President Trump blasted James Comey early Monday, criticizing the former FBI chief, and former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe for allegedly lying to Congress, suggesting they “committed many crimes!”
EXCLUSIVE -- The Federal Election Commission has done nothing to investigate a legal complaint filed over three months ago, in which it was alleged that the Hillary Clinton Campaign and the Democratic National Committee used state chapters as strawmen to circumvent campaign donation limits and laundered the money back to her campaign.
Ousted FBI Director James Comey, in his forthcoming book and a tell-all interview promoting it, ripped former President Barack Obama for comments made during the bureau’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server, suggesting he “jeopardized” the Justice Department’s “credibility.”
President Trump’s attorneys want a federal judge to throw out all evidence seized in the raid on his personal attorney Michael Cohen’s home and office last week.
The National Rifle Association announced a membership drive on Thursday with the goal of signing up 100,000 new members in the next 100 days.
In his first TV interview since being fired by President Trump, former FBI Director James Comey came out swinging, describing Trump as “morally unfit to be president,” and an ego-driven serial liar who treats women like “meat.”
Almost one year into his term, French President Emmanuel Macron will discuss the airstrikes in Syria and defend an economic reform agenda that has prompted widespread worker strikes.
President Trump suggested Sunday that the recent FBI raid on personal attorney Michael Cohen has left all lawyers “deflated and concerned” and reduced attorney-client privilege to “a thing of the past.”
Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine said Sunday that he won’t support Mike Pompeo’s confirmation as secretary of State, rebuking President Trump and complicating Pompeo’s path toward becoming the country’s top diplomat.
The same day that the fired FBI Director James Comey was set to appear in a long-awaited TV interview, he engaged in a back-and-forth slugfest with President Trump Sunday on Twitter.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin apologized Sunday for saying that children were sexually abused because they were left home alone while teachers rallied to ask lawmakers to override his vetoes.
Former first lady Barbara Bush is in "failing health" and will not seek additional medical treatment after a series of recent hospitalizations, a family spokesman said Sunday.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley on Sunday defended President Trump’s declaration of “mission accomplished” in the Syria missile strikes, saying the president was talking in military terms about a singular task, not about foreign policy, while reinforcing that the “United States’ work in Syria is not done.”
President Trump bashed fired FBI Director James Comey several times Sunday on Twitter, calling him the agency’s worst leader “in history,” as the first of several TV interviews in which Comey promotes his tell-all book airs tonight.
President Trump on Sunday blasted fired FBI Director James Comey and his new book, which is critical of the president, suggesting Comey's mishandling of the Clinton email probe deserves “jail” time and again calling him a “slimeball.”
Gun rights advocates rallied at state capitols across the country on Saturday to make their voices heard amid recent efforts to impose stricter gun-control laws that they fear undermine their Second Amendment rights.
The U.S. Justice Department last week sent another round of letters to the so-called sanctuary cities of Seattle and Oakland, Calif., as well as the state of Vermont, demanding further proof that they are cooperating with federal immigration authorities.
Kentucky’s Republican-majority House of Representatives took the extraordinary step Saturday of condemning the state’s Republican governor over remarks he made Friday amid teacher protests over his vetoes of a state budget plan that would have increased classroom spending.
Former FBI Director James Comey reportedly says in his upcoming book he wishes he hadn't called Hillary Clinton’s handling of classified information as secretary of state “extremely careless.”
Vice President Pence, attending an international summit on Saturday, said he backs President Trump’s assertion earlier in the day that the U.S.-led airstrikes this weekend in Syria resulted in “mission accomplished,” And he warned Syrian ally Russia that it is “on the wrong side of history.”