Democrats weigh how to best help Alabama Senate candidate Doug Jones

(WASHINGTON) -- As Republicans continue to disagree about how best to pivot in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations against Roy Moore, Democrats in Washington D.C. have largely decided to stay clear from the Alabama special election next month a... Read More

Six Democrats introduce Articles of Impeachment against President Trump

(WASHINGTON) -- Six House Democrats introduced five articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump Wednesday – from obstruction of justice for interfering in the Russia investigation to making charges of fake news against the media from... Read More

Roy Moore speaks out amid sex allegations

(JACKSON, Ala.) -- At the “God Save America Revival Conference” at Walker Springs Road Baptist Church in Jackson, Alabama, on Tuesday night, embattled Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore addressed a loyal crowd and made little mention o... Read More

Fayrouz Saad running to be first Muslim American woman in Congress

(NEW YORK) -- Fayrouz Saad grew up as the daughter of immigrants who taught her anyone can achieve the American dream through hard work and determination.

After graduating from the University of Michigan, she got her start in politics as a fie... Read More

Five key moments from Jeff Sessions' testimony before House Judiciary Committee

(WASHINGTON) -- Attorney General Jeff Sessions denied suggestions Tuesday that he misled Congress in previous appearances before Senate committees in which he was asked about Trump campaign contacts with Russian officials.

Questions about ... Read More

Legal experts weigh in on Sessions’ call to evaluate Clinton allegations

(WASHINGTON) -- Attorney General Jeff Sessions revealed on Monday that he has authorized senior prosecutors at the Justice Department to evaluate whether allegations regarding the Clinton Foundation and the sale of Uranium One need to be investigated... Read More

Ten times Trump has called for Hillary Clinton and Democrats to be investigated

(WASHINGTON) -- The idea that President Donald Trump may call for an investigation into Hillary Clinton is not a new one, as he stated it repeatedly during the campaign.

The fact that Trump has started bringing it back up recently is a bit... Read More

Sessions said he never lied about communications between Russia, Trump campaign

(WASHINGTON) -- Attorney General Jeff Sessions denied suggestions Tuesday that he misled Congress in previous appearances before Senate committees in which he was asked about Trump campaign contacts with Russian officials.

Questions about ... Read More

Congresswoman warns of groping on House floor and other sexual harassment on Capitol Hill

(WASHINGTON) -- Two members of Congress said Tuesday that some of their colleagues have engaged in sexual harassment with staffers and others, including exposing their genitals, groping women on the House floor and asking apparently lewd questions su... Read More

Congressional Black Caucus members grill Jeff Sessions on relationship with minority communities

(WASHINGTON) -- Attorney General Jeff Sessions was pressed Tuesday by black lawmakers on his agency’s relationship with African American communities — a heated exchange that included criticism of his hiring practices, a report on so-calle... Read More

Trump's latest praise for strongmen includes Rodrigo Duterte, Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump's 13-day trip to Asia included meetings with a host of world leaders, and while he praised many of his international counterparts, his interactions with some of the world's best-known strongmen have raised const... Read More

Donald Trump Jr. communicated with WikiLeaks during 2016 campaign, sources say

(NEW YORK) --  President Donald Trump's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., said Monday that he communicated with representatives from WikiLeaks during the 2016 campaign via private message on Twitter.

WikiLeaks made contact with Trump Jr. in l... Read More

Jeff Sessions OKs Justice Department to consider investigating Clinton Foundation

(WASHINGTON) -- Attorney General Jeff Sessions has authorized senior prosecutors at the Justice Department to evaluate whether allegations regarding the Clinton Foundation and the sale of a uranium company need to be investigated by a special counsel... Read More

President Trump abruptly concludes Asia tour: 'We've accomplished a lot'

(NEW YORK) -- President Trump abruptly concluded his nearly two-week-long maiden Asian tour, declaring progress on security issues and trade while skipping a final summit meeting with regional leaders.

"We’ve accomplished a lot. I en... Read More