Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Saturday slammed a congressional subpoena of records from his department as politically motivated, accusing Democrats leading the investigation of "harassment."
Sen. Bernie Sanders, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, had a heart attack, his campaign confirmed in a statement on Friday.
Attorney General William Barr's ongoing inquiry into the origins of the Trump-Russia saga is taking investigators to Australia, Ukraine, Italy and the United Kingdom to examine spies and their Trump targets.
President Trump's first Supreme Court pick, Justice Neil M. Gorsuch, sided with the liberal wing of the court in divided rulings more than any other Republican-appointed justice during the 2018 term. But don't mistake him ...
A mouse fell out of the White House ceiling Tuesday and onto a surprised reporter, creating much scrambling, screaming and snark.
Rep. Jim Jordan says Jake Tapper and other journalists are doing intellectual "gymnastics" during discussions about Hunter Biden's $50,000-per-month gig with a Ukrainian energy company.
Democrats and their operatives sought foreign help for anti-Trump dirt on a number of occasions during the 2016 election and afterward, including the infamous Kremlin-sourced dossier and Rep. Adam B. Schiff's attempt to obtain from ...
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Nirvana's acclaimed "MTV Unplugged in New York" album will be reissued this November to commemorate 25 years since the record's original release, it was announced Friday.
Facebook remains the most popular internet platform among governments manipulating public opinion online, researchers from the University of Oxford in the U.K. reported Thursday.