Who is Rachel Brand, the associate attorney general under Sessions and Rosenstein?

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump's criticism Wednesday of the top two officials at the Department of Justice led to speculation that Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein could resign their posts.

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Sen. John McCain tweets: 'I'll be back soon'

(WASHINGTON) -- At home recovering from surgery and after his office announced Wednesday he had been diagnosed with a brain tumor, Arizona Sen. John McCain tweeted that he'd be back soon on Capitol Hill.

"I greatly appreciate the outpourin... Read More

Sessions plans to 'continue' as attorney general despite Trump's regrets

(WASHINGTON) -- Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he plans to continue as attorney general a day after President Donald Trump said in an interview that he would not have nominated the former Alabama senator if he had known he would recuse himself i... Read More

Meghan McCain shares emotional message about her father

(NEW YORK) -- Meghan McCain shared a moving message about her father shortly after news broke Wednesday night that the Arizona senator's doctors had found a brain tumor during recent surgery -- calling him her "hero" and saying "my love for my father... Read More

Sen. Jeff Flake on how he learned of John McCain's cancer diagnosis

(NEW YORK) -- The Republican junior senator who serves with Sen. John McCain representing Arizona described how he learned of his elder colleague's brain cancer diagnosis through a casual comment in a conversation Wednesday.

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By the numbers: President Trump’s first six months

(WASHINGTON) -- Thursday marks President Trump’s 182nd day in office, capping six-months since he was inaugurated.

While reporters don’t catch wind of every meeting Trump holds, the daily guidance that the White House releases on t... Read More

Report: Trump says he would not have hired Sessions given recusal

(NEW YORK) -- President Donald Trump criticized Attorney General Jeff Sessions for recusing himself from the Russia probe in a lengthy interview with The New York Times Wednesday.

"Sessions should have never recused himself and if... Read More

Sen. John McCain diagnosed with brain tumor

(WASHINGTON) -- Senator John McCain, who underwent surgery on a blood clot above his left eye, was diagnosed with a brain tumor, the Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix said.

McCain had the blood clot removed on Friday, and subsequent tissue p... Read More

Jared Kushner to testify before Senate Intelligence Committee Monday

(WASHINGTON) -- White House senior adviser Jared Kushner has agreed to appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee as part of its investigation into Russian election meddling on Monday, July 24, ABC News has learned. The closed-door session sets ... Read More

CBO: Repeal and delay of ACA would leave 32 million more uninsured by 2026

(WASHINGTON) -- The Congressional Budget Office's estimate of Senate Republicans' latest push to repeal the Affordable Care Act without a concurrent replacement plan indicates the strategy would result in a major increase of the country's uninsure... Read More

What to know about Trump's election commission as it faces pushback, legal challenges

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump's controversial Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity is holding its first meeting Wednesday morning amid pushback from state election officials and legal challenges from privacy and civil right... Read More

Trump tells Republican senators 'inaction is not an option' on health care

(WASHINGTON) -- After watching the Senate GOP's efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare flail and then flop, a seemingly frustrated President Donald Trump told Republican senators they "shouldn't leave town" until they "hammer" out a health care plan... Read More

Sen. Bernie Sanders: Donald Trump Jr.'s emails not 'politics as usual'

(NEW YORK) -- Sen. Bernie Sanders told ABC's The View that Donald Trump Jr.'s emails are not a part of "politics as usual" and "we have some very strong evidence" of possible collusion in the Russia probe.

Sanders said that while ... Read More

Trump questions states withholding voter data at election commission meeting

(WASHINGTON) -- In opening remarks at the first meeting of the White House’s voter fraud commission, President Donald Trump repeated a suggestion that states that have been unwilling to hand over information on their voters have something to hi... Read More