House Speaker Ryan says GOP will cut Medicare, Medicaid next year
Rick Docksai - Dec 08, 2017
House Speaker Paul Ryan said in an interview Wednesday. He said that trimming these entitlements is necessary to rein in federal deficits.
Flynn pleads guilty to lying to FBI
Delila James - Dec 05, 2017
That senior official was Trumps son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, according to Bloomberg.
AG Jeff Sessions shows selective recall on Russia contacts
Josh Curlee - Nov 14, 2017
Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified that he had no recollection of meeting in which Russian contacts were discussed until he read news reports.
Executive of Fusion GPS makes deal for limited testimony on Trump dossier
Jackie Flores - Nov 11, 2017
The House Intelligence Committee looking into allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia has agreed to let the executive tied to the so-called Steele dossier testify voluntarily and in a limited way next week.
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl gets dishonorable discharge, no prison time
Josh Curlee - Nov 07, 2017
President Trump calls the judge's decision to sentence Bowe Bergdahl to a dishonorable discharge "a complete disgrace."
Judge orders Manafort lawyer to stop making sidewalk speeches
Delila James - Nov 07, 2017
Judge in Manafort trial threatens to impose a gag order after Manafort's attorney gives a sidewalk speech to the press.
Russia probe indicts former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort
Mae Owen - Oct 31, 2017
Former Trump campaign manager and Paul Manafort and his associate Richard Gates received indictments for alleged conspiracy and money-laundering on behalf of pro-Russian interests.
Conservative news site initially hired the firm that created the Trump-Russia dossier
Rick Docksai - Oct 31, 2017
The firm that authored the infamous Trump-Russia dossier began its dirt-digging on Trump in 2015 initially on behalf of the conservative news site the Washington Free Beacon.
Russian hackers may have posed as black U.S. activists to sow racial discord
Tracy Williams - Oct 02, 2017
Some fake Facebook accounts now tied to Russia posed as black civil-rights activists in order to sow racial discord in the United States, a CNN report alleges. It found that some of these accounts were persuasive enough to generate large U.S. followings.
Trump told top U.S. diplomat to not even bother talking to North Korea
Josh Curlee - Oct 02, 2017
President Trump tweeted Sunday that he told Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to not even bother trying to negotiate with North Korea. Meanwhile, Tillerson announced from China that three new channels for direct U.S.-North Korean negotiations are open if North Korea is willing to use them.
50 Cent turned down $50,000 offer from the Trump campaign
Vicky Webb - Sep 29, 2017
50 Cent told reporters this week that he turned down an offer last year of $50,000 from the Trump campaign in exchange for publicly advocating for Donald Trump.
U.S. Supreme Court will weigh in on Wisconsin
Kristy Douglas - Sep 29, 2017
The Supreme Court will hear opening arguments October 3 over Wisconsin's voting map, which state Democrats charge needs major redrawing because it is rigged to favor Republicans.
Facebook to give Congress copies of more than 3,000 Russian-placed political ads
Billy Kirk - Sep 25, 2017
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg outlines a nine-step plan to protect the electoral process after agreeing to turn over thousands of political ads bought by Russians during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Russians used Facebook to organize pro-Trump rallies
Ian Marsh - Sep 25, 2017
Facebook is under fire by lawmakers for allowing Russian propagandists to organize pro-Trump rallies on its social media platform.
FBI investigating Russian news agency for unlawfully acting as foreign agent
Ed Mason - Sep 13, 2017
On Sept 1, an FBI agent and a Justice Department national security lawyer questioned Feinberg for more than two hours regarding Sputnik's internal operations, editorial decisions, and sources of funding.
Trump Jr. says he met with Russian lawyer to assess Clinton's 'fitness' for office
Cliff Mooneyham - Sep 11, 2017
The president's son also said he had meant to consult with his attorneys before using any information obtained from Ms. Veselnitskaya.
House intel chair threatens Attorney General and FBI chief over Trump Russia dossier
Joseph Scalise - Sep 08, 2017
The DOJ and FBI missed a September 1 deadline to hand over the documents, and Nunes has extended the deadline to September 14 but made clear that he will not extend it again.
Trump allows local police access to military weapons, equipment
Alex Bourque - Aug 30, 2017
President Trump signed an executive order Monday allowing local police departments access to surplus military equipment, including armored vehicles, grenade launchers, and high-caliber weapons.
Trump plans to lift ban on military hardware for police departments
Laurel Kornfeld - Aug 30, 2017
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is expected to announce the new policy Monday when he makes a speech at the national conference of the Fraternal Order of Police in Nashville, Tennessee.
Who really is that man waving 'Blacks for Trump' sign at rallies?
Ian Marsh - Aug 27, 2017
At President Trump's rally Tuesday night in Phoenix, a familiar black man could be seen near the podium waving a 'Blacks for Trump' sign.