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A lawyer who worked at the firm that produced a report for Paul Manafort's Ukrainian lobbying campaign has been charged with lying to Special Counsel... [Read More]
A narrow, bipartisan bill to provide a pathway to citizenship for so-called "Dreamers" while boosting border security funding failed to overcome a filibuster Thursday, with... [Read More]
After months of avoiding questions about how it was going to spend the leftovers of its record-breaking haul, President Trump's inaugural committee filed tax documents... [Read More]
The Internal Revenue Service and the Justice Department have issued subpoenas for people who have lent money to or assembled investors for real estate projects... [Read More]
A new Washington Post report details the struggles White House Counsel Don McGahn has had satisfying President Trump's demands throughout the Russia investigation. Among the... [Read More]
Vice President Mike Pence falsely claimed Wednesday that it was the "universal conclusion of our intelligence communities" that "none" of the efforts by foreign actors... [Read More]
A federal judge's order Tuesday temporarily blocking the Trump administration from winding down the DACA program featured what has become something of a trend over... [Read More]
Most of the top U.S. officials appearing in front of the Senate Intelligence committee Tuesday to discuss worldwide threats said that they did not take... [Read More]
​The U.S. intelligence community believes that Russia will "continue using propaganda, social media, false-flag personas, sympathetic spokespeople, and other means of influence to try to exacerbate... [Read More]
Thomas Brunell, a controversial potential pick for a top Census Bureau post, is no longer under consideration for the position, a Department of Commerce spokesperson... [Read More]
As we get closer to the midterm elections, reporters have their eyes on a few key gerrymandering cases, and are watching to see whether the... [Read More]
The Justice Department's third-ranking official, Rachel Brand, is planning to step down from her post, the New York Times reported... [Read More]
Senate Judiciary Chair Chuck Grassley (R-IA) is still going hard after Christopher Steele, the ex-British spy who compiled the so-called Trump... [Read More]
On Friday, the House Republican memo heralded by some as the death knell for Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016... [Read More]
Since Monday, when the House Intel Committee voted to send Chairman Devin Nunes' anti-FBI memo to the White House where it would be considered for... [Read More]
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach has shed light on what may be driving the Trump administration's push to ask about citizenship in the 2020 Census.... [Read More]
The Democratic National Committee, in a court filing Wednesday, indicated it planned to appeal a court's decision letting the Republican National Committee get out from... [Read More]
The Democratic voter fraud commissioner who sued the now-defunct panel last year claiming it had shut him out of its operations is now asking a... [Read More]
The White House is no longer acting like it plans to give a shady intelligence memo put together by House Intel Chairman Devin Nunes a... [Read More]
President Donald Trump spent much of his first State of the Union speech focusing on his controversial immigration proposal, which would slash legal immigration by at least... [Read More]
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