Attorney General Jeff Sessions has grown accustomed to stormy congressional hearings, but when he goes before a House committee Tuesday, much of the grilling is likely to come from an unusual source.
The U.S. economic revival of 3 percent growth has already defied the predictions of almost every Donald Trump critic.
“I can only say this. If [the neighbor] didn’t have a gun, instead of 26 dead, you would have had hundreds more dead. So that’s the way I feel about it, not going to help,” Trump said.
The Obama administration’s handling of the Uranium One “bribery plot” raises serious, critical questions that must be answered about the Justice Department’s handling of the investigation.
President Donald Trump stressed on Twitter that he has ordered the Department of Homeland Security to take extreme measures to screen foreign visitors to the U.S. after a fatal terrorist attack in New York City Tuesday evening.
Tom Perez, the Democratic National Committee’s new chairman, stonewalled reporters Tuesday by refusing to divulge any concrete information about the DNC’s financial payments to Fusion GPS, the opposition research company that produced the salacious “Trump Dossier.”
U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria of California preliminary rejected a lawsuit Wednesday from states challenging the Trump administration’s decision to stop paying out Obamacare subsidies.
Former Hillary Clinton campaign spokesman Brian Fallon defended the anti-Trump dossier that has made up the substance of the Russian collusion allegations Tuesday night.
A new Washington Post report says Clinton lawyer Marc Elias hired opposition research firm Fusion GPS on behalf of the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee. Elias reportedly hired Fusion to find dirt on Trump, which lead to the infamous Trump dossier.