Manhattan federal prosecutors unsealed an indictment Thursday charging a banker with bribing former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort with $16 million in loans in order to secure a high-ranking position in the presidential administration.
In the latest sign of strife at the National Rifle Association, the powerful gun lobby has filed a new lawsuit against its longtime advertising firm.
As Democrats and Republicans continue to battle over "Medicare for All" in the House, leading lawmakers on the Senate Health Committee are trying to move ahead with bipartisan health care fixes.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development is proposing a new rule that would allow federally-funded homeless shelters to consider sex and gender identity when deciding whether to accommodate someone.
The speaker offered her assessment as the Republican president and Democrats continued to blame one another for an impasse on infrastructure and other legislation.
The first debates are coming.
New Pew data shows much more enthusiasm for other types of candidates.
Alan Dershowitz, a law professor who has regularly gone on television to declare the president’s innocence from charges of obstruction of justice, wrote a letter to the White House requesting the pardon.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Thursday denounced the release of "American Taliban" John Walker Lindh as "unexplainable and unconscionable"
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg on Thursday defended athletes who choose to kneel during the national anthem, saying that he served in the military to defend their right to do just that.