Buzzfeed is sticking by a scandalous story published last week that claims President Donald Trump instructed his former attorney Michael Cohen to lie to Congress regarding the status of a Trump project in Russia.
The 116th Congress was sworn in last Thursday, featuring dozens of new lawmakers, including Michigan Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib, who made headlines for being the first Palestinian American woman elected to Congress. But by Thursday night, she was making headlines for an entirely different reason: publicly calling for Trump's impeachment and…
President Donald Trump’s promised border wall continues to be a problem for the Republicans. On Friday, Trump signed a budget extension that will avert a government shutdown through Dec. 21. But he is threatening to let a government shutdown happen if Democrats do not allot $5 billion for his border wall.
The Washington Times reports that defense officials and diplomats engaged in talks with South Korea last week, urging the U.S. ally to front more money in support of U.S. troops stationed in South Korea.
It has been over a week since ballots were cast, yet Florida residents still do not know who their new senator for the upcoming term will be in the race between Republican Gov. Rick Scott and Democratic incumbent Sen. Bill Nelson.
President Trump's pressure is working. Over 3,200 caravan migrants traveling from Central America through Mexico en route to the United States have given up on their plan to enter the U.S., applying for refugee status in Mexico instead, the Mexican government reports.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau denied claims that United States-imposed tariffs contributed to his decision to sign a new North American trade agreement in an interview Monday with CNN's Poppy Harlow.
A report conducted in part by the Australian defense ministry shows that military scientists from China enrolling in American and Western universities have been "obscuring" their military affiliation to travel to these countries "where they work in areas such as hypersonic missiles and navigation technology.”
Stormy Daniels lawyer and 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful Michael Avenatti is trying to remain in the positive spotlight after being criticized for his commentary that the next Democratic presidential candidate should be a "white male."
Looks like Ted Cruz and Kamala Harris actually agree on something. In a time where political bipartisanship is ever so rare, Sen. Cruz (R-Texas) and Sen. Harris (D-Calif.) have co-sponsored a bill to release information that will help law enforcement solve cold cases that are decades old, stemming from the Civil Rights era in the 1960s.
On Tuesday, President Donald Trump trolled Barack Obama supporters and immigration activists on Twitter by retweeting a video of Obama, when he was the senior senator from Illinois, speaking about illegal immigration in 2005, writing "I agree with President Obama 100%!"
In a partial victory for the Trump administration on Monday, the Supreme Court granted its request to block a deposition of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in a lawsuit challenging the inclusion of a question about citizenship in the 2020 census.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller is in the final stages of his investigation and should be wrapping up his findings into a report to be released to the DOJ after the midterm elections, two U.S. officials have revealed to Bloomberg.
An FBI official accepted sports tickets from a reporter, lied about it to the office and will leave his position without prosecution, the Justice Department’s inspector general revealed in a report Tuesday.
Michelle Obama came out against prominent Democrats’ angry comments toward Republicans Thursday on NBC's 'Today,' particularly those who have been twisting her famous maxim "When they go low, we go high."
Following Nikki Haley’s resignation Tuesday as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, there is speculation as to whom President Donald Trump will nominate to replace her. Among the names being floated around social media is the president’s daughter Ivanka Trump.
A reporter was fired for covering a Trump rally while wearing a Make America Great Again hat last week. The reporter, James Bunner of southern Minnesota's NBC affiliate KTTC-TV, was fired Friday after a photo of him wearing the MAGA hat at the Thursday event circulated around social media.