White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly described a speech ostensibly given by Democratic Rep. Frederica Wilson of Florida during a FBI building dedication ceremony, in which she followed up FBI agents' accounts of heroism by slain officers with a description of her role in securing funding for the building's construction.
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White House Chief of Staff John Kelly told reporters he instructed President Donald Trump not to call the families of the four soldiers who were killed in action in Niger during a Thursday press conference.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton presented Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov a "reset" button in 2009 to symbolize the Obama administration's desire to open a new chapter in Russian-American relations despite awareness among administration officials that Russians were illegally interfering in the American nuclear industry.
President Donald Trump has failed to follow through on his commitment to "drain the swamp," accomplishing a small fraction of the lobbying ethics reforms he vowed to implement on the campaign trail, Politico reported Thursday.
GOP Sen. John McCain will join two Democratic lawmakers Thursday to introduce legislation requiring increased transparency in the digital political ad space, in an effort to curtail the ability of foreign adversaries to influence U.S. elections.
Vice President Mike Pence's brother, Greg Pence, is planning to run for Congress in Indiana's sixth district, according to an IRS form filed Monday.
A Hollywood producer and friend of the Clinton family says she cautioned three "top level" Democratic operatives against allowing Harvey Weinstein to headline political fundraising events due to allegations of sexual impropriety.
The latest attempt at a legislative fix to Obamacare was met with a mixture of hesitance and outright opposition by Republicans who have repeatedly vowed to pass a comprehensive repeal and replace bill.
Maryland bar prosecutors are allegedly flouting rules governing the process by which citizens file complaints against the state's attorneys in an effort to protect Hillary Clinton's former legal team, according to the attorney who filed the complaint.
A Republican Georgia gubernatorial candidate announced a "bump stock" giveaway Monday to protest attempts to ban the device, which was used to execute the deadliest mass shooting in American history.
Colin Kaepernick will name President Donald Trump's harsh anti-protest rhetoric as a central factor in his collusion grievance against National Football League (NFL) ownership, according to CBS News.
A pro-Trump PAC filed a FOIA request with the FBI Friday morning, seeking documents related to the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.
Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine announced her intention to retain her seat on Capitol Hill Friday, after months of speculation surrounding her political future.
President Donald Trump praised the virtues of a "free press" and warned of the damaging impact a "corrupt" press can have on society Friday morning.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday striking a unilateral blow against Obamacare after the Republican-controlled Congress repeatedly failed to follow through on his campaign promise to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
The Democratic National Committee (DNC) pledged to donate $30,000 of the total $300,000 that disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has donated to the organization over the years.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said "everyone should stand" for the national anthem in a letter sent to all 32 team owners Tuesday.
President Donald Trump's approval rating has declined in all 50 states since his inauguration, most decidedly in blue states, but also in the solidly red areas of the country that won him the White House, according to a Morning Consult poll released Tuesday.
Google's investigation into the dissemination of Russian misinformation on its platforms during the 2016 election has thus far yielded little evidence that Russia spent substantial sums of money on its campaign.