President Trump said in his victory speech last year that the U.S. owes a “debt of gratitude” to Hillary Clinton. After he took office, his tone changed.
If President Trump still believes, as he said last year, that there’s something “very fishy” about the official Independent Counsel report on the still-mysterious death of Bill Clinton’s White House deputy counsel Vincent Foster, he might want to reconsider one of his new can
Two big corporations, AT&T (worth $221 billion at last count) and Time Warner (worth $66 billon), want to combine to become even bigger, and yet in response, the two major American political parties are not to be found in their usual ideological positions.
A social media star, the former labor secretary extends his critique of big money’s influence on politics with a new documentary, “Saving Capitalism.”
New York Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s comments on Bill Clinton’s sexual abuse allegations have ignited the debate at the party, with some cautiously urging to revisit the former president’s legacy while others condemned the “hypocrite” senator.
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Investigators working for special counsel Robert Mueller are scheduled to interview additional senior White House officials in the coming weeks, adding to their list of high-profile interviews and pushing the investigation closer to President Donald Trump and his family.
A meeting between a Russian-American lobbyist and a Russian businessman is reportedly drawing interest from congressional investigators probing possible ties between the Kremlin and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. Investigators are looking into why lobbyist Rinat Akhmetshin and businessman
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton responded to President Trump's tweet telling her to get on with her life after the election.
Running on a platform that pulls from both the progressive and conservative camps, Doug Jones could be on the verge of becoming the first Democrat from Alabama to hold a U.S. Senate seat in over two decades. Mr. Jones, who has never run for political office, opposes tax cuts for ...
Democrats have sometimes given credit to the infamous Trump-Russia dossier for inside information that already had been made public. During the dossier's 11-month span in Washington's Russia debate, its entries about WikiLeaks, the Russian oil company Rosneft and Russian President Vladimir Putin hav
The left used to protect sexual predators like Bill Clinton and Roman Polanski while mercilessly going after conservatives like Justice Clarence Thomas with false allegations of sexual misconduct. Today, accusations of “sexual assault” and misconduct against liberal men are finally seein
WASHINGTON, Pa. (AP) - A 33-year-old former federal prosecutor from a political family is the Democratic nominee for next year's special election to complete the term of an anti-abortion lawmaker who resigned after his hometown newspaper reported that he had suggested a mistress get an abortion. Dem
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The British publicist who set up a 2016 meeting at Trump Tower between a Russian lawyer and several members of then-presidential candidate Donald Trump's campaign team says he's open to speaking with special counsel Robert Mueller and denies he was part of Moscow's meddling in last year's election.
President Trump attacks Hillary Clinton again after she questions the "legitimacy" of his win.
The March 13 election was called after Rep. Tim Murphy (R) resigned in disgrace over a sex scandal.
Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand says that, if Bill Clinton’s sex scandal were to occur in modern times, it would be appropriate for him to have resigned from his position. Ms Gillibrand made the statement during an interview with the New York Times, where she was discussing recent allegatio
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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse says Republican leaders are overstating how much passing tax-cut legislation can protect their party in next year's elections....
An ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin sought to arrange a meeting with Donald Trump’s presidential campaign on the sidelines of a National Rifle Association meeting — outreach that Jared Kushner subsequently failed to disclose, sources have told NBC. Earlier this week, the top Republican
Ms. Gillibrand spoke with Jennifer Steinhauer about her legislation to reform policies on sexual harassment on Capitol Hill, power dynamics, President Bill Clinton and more.
Saturday in her Fox News Channel “Justice” opening statement, Jeanine Pirro called for “truth and justice” in regards to Hillary Clinton’s shady dealings, as well those in power who aided her. Pirro began by noting how the Clinton Foundation received $145 million
Donations to the Clinton Foundation have plummeted since Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 presidential election, according to the organization's latest tax filings.
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Democratic Senate candidate Doug Jones holds extreme views on abortion that are not in tune with the pro-life state of Alabama, but he's apparently working to soften them.