CNN hired Valerie Jarrett’s daughter Laura Jarrett to cover the Trump Justice Department, a Thursday press release announced. Her mother served in Obama’s White House as a senior adviser for both terms.
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Kerry Picket is a Washington D.C. based reporter at The Daily Caller and fill-in radio host at SiriusXM Patriot 125. Picket's work has appeared in other outlets including The Washington Times, where she began reporting on Capitol Hill. Before that, she produced news content for Robin Quivers of “The Howard Stern Show” on SiriusXM, wrote entertainment news for MTV Radio and worked as a production assistant at MTV.com.
The Republican National Committee elected Michigan Republican Ronna Romney McDaniel and Bob Paduchik chair and co-chair Thursday. McDaniel is the second woman ever elected RNC chair.
Vermont Independent Senator Bernie Sanders received a nod from a designer at Paris Fashion Week Wednesday, Vanity Fair reported.
Vermont Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders snapped at Trump Health and Human Services Sec. nominee Georgia Republican Rep. Tom Price Wednesday at Price's confirmation hearing for saying he believed the United States is a "compassionate society."
Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Liz Warren dismissed a handshake attempt from Trump education secretary nominee Betsy DeVos following the conclusion of DeVos’ confirmation hearing Tuesday.
Vice President-elect Mike Pence chose a Bible that will connect him to America’s 40th president when he is sworn in Friday. Pence will place his hand on the Ronald Reagan family Bible, which the president used for all of his swearing-in ceremonies as commander in chief and during his time as governor of California.
WASHINGTON—Capitol Hill officials removed from Cannon tunnel Tuesday the controversial painting that depicted police officers as pigs, a spokeswoman for Washington Republican Rep. David Reichert confirmed to The Daily Caller.
Georgetown University put its foot down Monday and announced to its student body that hosting inauguration protesters on campus would be prohibited. According to Campus Reform, the university sent the campus-wide email to students after the College Democrats publicized plans on a Facebook post to allow protesters stay in on-campus housing.
WASHINGTON -- Inauguration "anti-fascist" protesters secretly recorded by James O'Keefe's Project Veritas planning to use butyric acid at a pro-Trump inaugural ball claim they were aware of the sting operation and offered false plans.
Law enforcement arrested the wife of the man who killed 49 people at a gay Orlando nightclub last June, officials announced Monday.
WASHINGTON—Protest organizers seeking to disrupt President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration want to “instill terror in” law enforcement for “violating people’s rights.”
Those planning to attend the upcoming presidential inauguration for Donald Trump in Washington can expect a number of disruptions from protesters that follow in the footsteps of the upheaval and commotion that happened at George W. Bush’s 2001 and 2005 inaugurations.
WASHINGTON — A controversial painting depicting law enforcement as pigs hanging in the Capitol will be ordered removed by the Capitol architect, The Daily Caller learned Friday evening.
WASHINGTON--Republicans on Capitol Hill responded angrily to the Obama administration’s termination of the wet foot/dry policy, which previously allowed all Cuban nationals who reached American soil to get a visa and have asylum status in The United States.
WASHINGTON--Democratic Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings welcomed news that the Justice Department’s Inspector General would be investigating the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s handling of the Clinton email investigation, saying the situation could otherwise reach a “crisis of legitimacy.”
The Obama administration plans to loosen sanctions against Sudan and open discussions with the African government, a U.S.- designated sponsor of terrorism whose president, Omar al-Bashir, is charged with war crimes.
WASHINGTON — Missouri Democratic Rep. Lacy Clay called an attempt by House Speaker Paul Ryan to remove a controversial painting in the Capitol by a young artist in his district “retroactive, vigilante censorship.”
House Speaker Paul Ryan says he is confident the controversial painting that depicts police officers as pigs and currently hangs in the Capitol will come down. Ryan told talk radio host Mike Gallagher as much during an interview Thursday morning.