The incoming House Judiciary chairman says the president has allegedly been involved in “massive frauds against the American people.”
Advocates claim that the bill would pass with a supermajority in the Senate, but the majority leader says it’s dividing his caucus.
The transcript from Friday’s closed-door hearing was made public late Saturday, and it confirms that Mueller is pursuing a possible obstruction-of-justice case against the president.
The president called out Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal for misrepresenting his Vietnam service, without reference to his own misrepresentations or his medical exemption for bone spurs.
Michael Cohen’s guilty plea has raised the specter that Russia had compromising information on President Trump related to his business dealings during the campaign.
The death of the nation’s 41st president marks the passing of bipartisan respect and comity.
The conservative may finally get his seat on the bench in North Carolina, despite what Democrats say is his hostility toward African American voting rights.
The incoming chairman of the House Intelligence Committee wants to know, saying the president hasn’t been honest in accepting Saudi denials in the Khashoggi murder.
The president’s nominee, Neomi Rao, has a view of executive authority that’s as expansive as Brett Kavanaugh’s.
In an interview on Fox News, the president dismissed William McRaven as a Hillary Clinton ‘fan’ and asked why it took so long to get the al-Qaeda leader.
They’re also pushing for the passage of a law protecting Robert Mueller’s investigation.
A 27-year-old Latina stunned the political establishment when she knocked off Ed Emmett, the moderate Republican leader in greater Houston.
The president warns of radical, far-left Democrats and immigrant thugs in terms that bear little or no resemblance to the truth. His voters can’t get enough.
Donald Trump is spreading misinformation at a dizzying clip—even for him.
Commentators from the left and the right say the president needs to be more careful and less caustic in what he says.
President Trump held a campaign rally in Illinois despite a horrific synagogue shooting earlier in the day that left 11 people dead and six seriously wounded.
In 2016, more than half of religious hate crimes in America targeted Jews, and in 2017, authorities have reported a surge of anti-Semitic incidents.
Senator Lindsey Graham says he believes Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was behind the killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Trump’s description in a testy 60 Minutes interview doesn’t bode well for the defense secretary’s longevity in the Trump Cabinet after the midterms.
The Florida Republican said the Saudis seem to be involved in the journalist’s disappearance and guaranteed “a very strong congressional response.”