Rosenstein, Wray face angry House Republicans in hearing
WASHINGTON (AP) — Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray are facing sharp questioning about the Justice Department's independence during a Thursday hearing before the House Judiciary Committee.
Donald Trump says his campaign was spied upon illegally, offers no evidence
The documents released on Saturday by the FBI included surveillan...
Will give Senator Warren a DNA test kit to prove she is Red-Indian: Trump
Appearing in a state he dominated in 2016, Trump sought to cast Tester as a "liberal Democrat," railing against his voting record on issues like abortion, immigration and taxes.
Donald Trump to move quickly on Supreme Court nominee
The president said he had identified a group of at least five potential candidates for the nation's high court and he may interview as many as seven.
US House defeats Donald Trump-supported immigration bill
The Border Security and Immigration Reform Act was defeated by 121 to 300 votes in the Republican-majority House of Representatives.
Can one man do it all? Turkey is about to find out
Despite an election campaign that international observers say was neither free nor fair, Turkey's various opposition parties mounted a significant challenge in the elections, and may continue to do.
Friend of India Joe Crowley loses his Congressional primary in New York
Crowley congratulated Ocasio-Cortez on her victory. The young Democrat had challenged Crowley on the grounds that he had ties with special interests.
Parted at US border by Trump policy, migrants seek their children
Immigrant mothers who have been detained have no clue of how to contact their children. The mothers themselves could not be contacted because access to detained immigrants is difficult.
'Papa! Papa!' crying audio reveals shocking story behind child separation at US border
"Papa! Papa!" one child is heard weeping in the audio file that was first reported by the nonprofit ProPublica and later provided to The Associated Press.
James Comey mishandled FBI's Hillary Clinton email inquiry, says US Justice Department report
James Comey did not follow protocol in his handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton and improperly shared information about the probe with the public.
Trump says North Korea no longer a nuclear threat; North highlights concessions
The summit was the first between a sitting U.S. president and a North Korean leader and followed a flurry of North Korean nuclear and missile tests and angry exchanges between Trump and Kim last year that fuelled fears of war.
For high-stakes summit with Kim Jong Un, Donald Trump trusts his gut over note cards
While Trump has received a steady diet of briefings, verbal and written, about what to expect when he meets Kim, he trusts his intuition more than anything else, aides and former officials said.
Donald Trump plans to cut $15billion in spending squeaks through House
The package of so-called rescissions has been embraced by GOP conservatives upset by passage in March of a USD 1.3 trillion catchall spending bill that they say was too bloated.
Facebook, Twitter, Google executives to testify in US Senate on September 5
The committee has been looking into the issue for months, but concern heightened on Tuesday, when Facebook said it had identified a new coordinated political influence campaign to mislead its users.
Shiv Sena ups ante, seeks quota for Marathas, Dhangars and Kolis
Once the Maratha community is given reservation, others will come out on streets and a new problem will crop up, the Shiv Sena, an ally of the BJP, said in an editorial in party mouthpiece 'Saamana'.