Apparently Trump needs the words of a suspected mass shooter in New Zealand to exonerate him.
As the former attorney general of California, Harris declined to probe the nutritional supplement company.
The New York Democrat showed her political muscle during a House hearing recess.
He received more money in that time period than any other Democratic presidential candidate who has disclosed fundraising figures.
“A balanced, inclusive approach to the conflict recognizes the shared desire for security and freedom of both peoples,” the Minnesota Democrat wrote.
Charity was “little more than a checkbook” for Trump’s business and campaign, according to the AG’s office.
Even fellow Republicans criticized the GOP for the St. Patrick’s Day message.
The “Meet the Press” host appeared to blame America’s divisiveness on the last president.
Leaked chat logs revealed military servicemen with ties to the extremist group Identity Evropa.
The president tweeted a similar rant back in December.
“Man, I hope I didn’t say that,” the 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful said of his controversial comments to Vanity Fair.
Iowans shrug off his lack of policy details as the Texan tries to translate his style to the national stage.
“As a white man who has had privileges that others could not depend on … I’ve clearly had advantages,” he said.
The president mocked the late GOP senator’s grades at the U.S. Naval Academy.
The senator is officially running for president, two months after announcing that she had formed an exploratory committee.
Bullets were “dipped in pig’s blood,” he claimed, one of his many past comments under new scrutiny following the New Zealand attack.
The congresswoman said the network had heightened her visibility among the GOP.
Khan said “the same hate” that sparked the New Zealand shooting also prompted the Charleston and Pittsburgh shootings.
The 2020 hopeful said his critics were “right on.”
And that seems to be all the president cares about now, Wallace tells Fox News’ Shepard Smith.
More right-wing extremists than militant Islamist sympathizers were arrested in the U.S. by FBI terrorism investigators since Trump became president, statistics show.
Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson signed a law restricting abortions after 18 weeks of pregnancy.
The Iowa congressman has been talking lately about his access to the White House and personal influence with Trump.
A last-minute effort by Republicans to head off the vote of disapproval has fallen apart, setting up a likely presidential veto.
“I can’t escape this guy,” the porn star and director told a crowd in Washington, D.C., of Trump’s former lawyer.
They tried — and failed — to repeal a 2013 provision that helps tribes crack down on non-Native domestic abusers.
The Twitter CEO joined an anti-vaxxer’s podcast, adding to a growing list of fringe company that he keeps.
She’s weakened protections for sexual assault survivors and has argued that women can avoid date rape by staying sober.
The indictment was announced moments after Manafort was sentenced to prison on federal conspiracy charges.
Thanks but no thanks, said the House speaker.
It’s the second sentencing for Trump’s former campaign chairman in as many weeks.
The former Trump campaign chairman faces up to 10 additional years in prison when he is sentenced Wednesday in Washington.
The Reagan flap reveals how the left and the right talk about race today, and why they always seem to be talking past each other.
Michael Monico wrote that Cohen’s public testimony “could have been clearer and more complete” on the topic of seeking a pardon from President Trump.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services confirmed plans to close its offices abroad to deal with a growing backlog of immigration cases.
One college counseling company charges up to $1.5 million for its perfectly legal services.
Two presidential candidates, the DNC and RNC were among recipients. There’s no evidence any elected official helped the donors’ children gain acceptances.
T-Mobile spent $195,000 at Trump’s hotel while lobbying his administration to approve a massive merger.
Fox News said Jeanine Pirro’s Islamophobic comments don’t reflect the network’s views. History shows it does.
Republican senators are exploring ways to shore up support for the president and his wall declaration in order to avoid an embarrassing veto.
More growing pains for the new House majority.
CEO Timothy Sloan just told Congress that the massive, scandal-plagued bank “does well by doing right.”
Workers at the Service Employees International Union headquarters are accusing the union behind the Fight for $15 of hypocrisy.
It often involved cheating on tests or passing off the students as tremendous athletes.
The challengers in the case argued Ross had unique insight into the decision to add a citizenship question.
“All agreements aimed at nuclear disarmament … must be preserved, for the sake of preserving life on earth,” the former Russian president said.