Larry Hogan has John McCain’s speechwriter and an eyebrow-raising visit to Iowa on his calendar. “I certainly think I have something to contribute to the national debate.”
The Kent County Sheriff's Department says it will no longer honor ICE requests to hold a prisoner unless a judge has signed a warrant.
A court filing says the attack appeared to come from the group known as Cozy Bear.
Romany Erian Melek Hetta is a Coptic Christian who fled Egypt because he was persecuted for his faith. Now he's suing the Museum of the Bible, alleging racial profiling and false imprisonment.
The Pentagon identified three of the four Americans killed Wednesday in Manbij, Syria.
A discussion document floated this week reveals the Trump White House is considering a slew of reforms to the individual markets that could potentially throw them into chaos.
Trump Once Again Showed A Lack Of Concern For Security When He Canceled Pelosi's Military Flight To Afghanistan
“The one thing that kind of enables these trips to go forward is that they are done as a surprise visit.”
More And More Democrats Are Suggesting Trump Should Be Impeached After He Told His Lawyer Michael Cohen To Lie To Congress
“There’s no innocent explanation for telling a witness to lie to the Congress of the United States," one Democrat said. But leadership still wants to wait on Mueller.
“Such an instruction would amount to obstruction of justice,” one Democrat said.
"I would hope that we could refrain from any implications that have any undertones of prejudice, or racism, or any kind of -ism that would diminish the character and integrity of one of our members."
The speaker of the House and the president are fighting on increasingly personal terms, and the partial government shutdown is nowhere close to ending.
The inability of US forces to eliminate al-Qaeda networks in Iraq helped it reorganize as ISIS after Barack Obama withdrew troops in 2011.
Margaret Jarosz worked for Bernie Sanders during the 2016 cycle in the first caucus state.
The White House Called The Food Stamp Funding That Puerto Rico Requested “Excessive And Unnecessary”
Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló requested the money in November as the island continues to recover from the effects of Hurricane Maria.
The Trump Administration Still Doesn't Know How Many Thousands Of Immigrant Children DHS Separated From Their Parents
Although the family separation policy became public in 2018, a new report reveals the government was actively separating children from summer 2017.
Senators Were Laughably Conflicted About Whether To Share Cardi B's Video On The Government Shutdown
"Are you gonna RT Cardi B or not?" —Sen. Chuck Schumer
He Was Born In Grand Rapids And Fought In Afghanistan, But The Local Sheriff’s Office Still Turned Him Over To ICE
“This is what immigration enforcement has come to in this country.”
A Lawsuit Claims Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee Retaliated Against A Staffer Who Planned To Sue The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Over An Alleged Rape
The woman, identified by a pseudonym, claimed in a lawsuit that she was raped by a former employee of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. She says Jackson Lee fired her as she was preparing to pursue legal claims over the alleged assault.
An inspector general report found agency lawyers recognized there might be constitutional issues with Trump keeping a stake in the hotel, but didn’t pursue the issue.
Gabbard’s minimal public engagement with the controversy since saying she would run for president has left some Democrats baffled.
The New York senator kicked off her presidential campaign in a place she thinks is emblematic of the kind of values and optimism that can beat Trump.
“I actually don’t know how it’s gonna go. What I do know is we’re gonna have a debate.”
House Speaker Pelosi cited security concerns due to the government shutdown.
The Ohio senator will embark on a “Dignity of Work Tour” starting at the end of the month.
Democratic Rep. Bobby Rush said that King’s vote in support of the resolution “tells you that this resolution is not worth the paper it’s written on.”
"I'm going to run for president of the United States because as a young mom, I'm going to fight for other people's kids as hard as I would fight for my own," the senator told Stephen Colbert.
"We are people too. We have families. We have bills. We have kids that need to eat."
For the president, patriots are the people who support him, or whose support he needs.
The South Carolina Republican used to be Democrats’ go-to guy when they needed help with a deal. But now “it’s like the guy I knew got kidnapped and his twin brother showed up,” said one Democratic senator.
Bill Barr told senators he’d take the same stance of the Obama administration — not that of former attorney general Jeff Sessions.