Federal report challenges Trump's climate change denial Federal report challenges Trump's climate change denial
Cliff Mooneyham - Aug 11, 2017
A draft report by government scientists sharply contradicts President Trump and members of his administration who say the science is ambiguous as to whether human activities contribute to climate change.
Trump advisor Gorka suggests Minnesota mosque bombing carried out by 'left' Trump advisor Gorka suggests Minnesota mosque bombing carried out by 'left'
Jason Spencer - Aug 11, 2017
Local Muslim leaders denounced Gorka's remarks, calling them hypocritical.
North Korea threatens missile strike on Guam North Korea threatens missile strike on Guam
Jeremy Morrow - Aug 09, 2017
Chicago hits White House with lawsuit over Chicago hits White House with lawsuit over "sanctuary city" de-funding threat
James Carlin - Aug 07, 2017
At stake is the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance grant program, which provides law-enforcement grants to hundreds of cities every year.
Head of Boy Scouts disputes claim he called Trump to praise Jamboree speech Head of Boy Scouts disputes claim he called Trump to praise Jamboree speech
James Carlin - Aug 04, 2017
During the speech, Trump criticized former President Barack Obama, his former political opponent, Hillary Clinton, and the news media.
Coast Guard commander vows to stand by transgender personnel Coast Guard commander vows to stand by transgender personnel
Alex Bourque - Aug 04, 2017
Coast Guard Commandant Paul Zukunft has promised not to "break faith" with transgender personnel after President Trump tweeted his announcement last week that he intends to ban all transgender individuals from military service "in any capacity."
Senate confirms Christopher Wray as head of FBI Senate confirms Christopher Wray as head of FBI
Tracy Williams - Aug 04, 2017
Wray served as assistant attorney general under George W. Bush from 2003-2005, when he worked under Comey, who was then the deputy attorney general.
Black policing group concerned by Trump's remarks about use of force Black policing group concerned by Trump's remarks about use of force
Jeremy Morrow - Aug 04, 2017
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday that Trump was merely joking when he made the controversial remarks.
Trump sacks Scaramucci after just 10 days Trump sacks Scaramucci after just 10 days
Jose Jefferies - Aug 03, 2017
Anthony Scaramucci is out as White House communications director just 10 days after he was welcomed to the administration's team.
White House fires Scaramucci White House fires Scaramucci
Joyce Clark - Aug 03, 2017
Scaramucci's marriage also imploded the same week. His wife, Deirdre, filed for divorce, complaining about his "naked political ambition."
Secret Service investigation exonerates Kathy Griffin Secret Service investigation exonerates Kathy Griffin
Lila Alexander - Aug 03, 2017
Kathy Griffin announced the end Friday of the Secret Service's investigation of her controversial Trump-beheading photo earlier this year. The comedian tweeted that "the case is closed" and that she has been "completely exonerated."
FDA opens door to endorsing e-cigarettes FDA opens door to endorsing e-cigarettes
David Sims - Aug 03, 2017
The makers of electronic cigarettes were gratified Friday when the Food and Drug Administration delayed regulations that would have taken many of their products off the market.
Trump tells police officers not to be Trump tells police officers not to be "too nice" to suspects
Tyler Henderson - Aug 03, 2017
President Trump delivered a speech to a group of applauding police officers on Long Island, New York, Friday in which he advocated rough tactics by police in dealing with criminal suspects.
Trump names Gen. John Kelly as new chief of staff Trump names Gen. John Kelly as new chief of staff
Jose Jefferies - Aug 03, 2017
President Trump announced in a pair of tweets Friday that he has replaced Reince Priebus with retired Gen. John Kelly as the new White House chief of staff.
Recreational marijuana now legal in Massachusetts Recreational marijuana now legal in Massachusetts
Jeremy Morrow - Aug 03, 2017
The governor said legislators had received helpful guidance from states like Washington and Colorado, where recreational marijuana has already been legal for several years.
North Korea launches another test missile North Korea launches another test missile
Jeremy Morrow - Aug 03, 2017
North Korea successfully tested another intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) late Friday night. The missile, which marks the Kim Jong Un regime's second test this month, flew about 621 miles, according to the Pentagon.
Senate committee drops subpoena for Paul Manafort Senate committee drops subpoena for Paul Manafort
Jason Spencer - Aug 01, 2017
Manafort joined the Trump campaign in March 2016. He became campaign chairman and chief strategist in May, then directed the Republican National Convention in Cleveland in July.
McCain a 'no' on current GOP healthcare bill McCain a 'no' on current GOP healthcare bill
Vicky Webb - Aug 01, 2017
Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) gave an impassioned speech Tuesday on the floor of the Senate saying he could not vote for the GOP's current healthcare bill.
White House threatens Alaska after Sen. Murkowski vetoes health care bill White House threatens Alaska after Sen. Murkowski vetoes health care bill
Lucas Rowe - Jul 31, 2017
Sullivan interpreted Zimke's message as a threat that the federal government might no longer sign off on Alaska legislation that requires its signature.
DOJ says civil rights law doesn't apply to gays and lesbians DOJ says civil rights law doesn't apply to gays and lesbians
Mae Owen - Jul 31, 2017
The Justice Department weighed in Wednesday on an ongoing federal lawsuit with an amicus brief arguing that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 does not prohibit workplace discrimination against gays and lesbians.
Civil-rights groups ready to file lawsuits if Trump bans transgendered from military Civil-rights groups ready to file lawsuits if Trump bans transgendered from military
Miriam Griffin - Jul 30, 2017
President Trump tweeted Wednesday that he will reinstitute the ban on transgendered persons from the military, but civil-rights and LGBT-advocacy groups argue that this ban would not even be legal.