Special Counsel Robert Mueller's office issued a rare public rebuke of elements of a stunning report that alleged President Donald Trump directed his former legal counsel to lie in sworn Congressional testimony.
This year, at least four women, two African-Americans and one Latino have serious prospects for a 2020 bid.
If true, Schiff said, the allegations "would constitute both the subornation of perjury as well as obstruction of justice."
Trump's action came a day after Pelosi urged him to reschedule his upcoming State of the Union address to Congress or deliver it in writing.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announces the addition of four new representatives to the intelligence committee as the panel resuscitates its inquiry into President Trump's ties to Russia under a new Democratic majority.
Sen. Sherrod Brown will host events in Iowa and other early primary states in the upcoming months, a sign that the Ohio Democrat is serious about a potential presidential bid.
The Democratic proposal to hike the U.S. minimum wage to $15 per hour from the current $7.25 will likely fail in the GOP-held Senate.
U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer has assured lawmakers that companies will be able to request exclusions on tariffs on $200 billion worth of goods under discussion with Beijing if talks do not yield a deal by the March 2 deadline.
In an opinion delivered for a unanimous court, Justice Neil Gorsuch held that courts must decide whether an exception in the Federal Arbitration Act for transportation workers applies before requiring arbitration.
As Barr faces his first day of nomination hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee, advocates are warning that he could accelerate the administration's efforts, which they see as disenfranchising lawful voters.
The decision is a win for civil rights groups who argued that the addition of the question onto the decennial survey, which is used to apportion congressional districts, would disenfranchise minority groups.
Barr is expected to defend himself from questions about special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe and his belief in a president's expansive authority.
The U.S. military will extend a mission to support security along the U.S. border with Mexico through Sept. 30, the Pentagon said on Monday.
"I can tell you unequivocally that I am not talking to Senator Warren's team — or any other current or potential Presidential Candidate — about joining their campaign, and have no interest in doing so," Troy Price told CNBC.
The high court has largely avoided taking on high-profile legal disputes since the contentious confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh in October.
The last time the high court issued a ruling on a related matter was in 2016, when it held in Birchfield v. North Dakota that it was lawful for states to impose penalties on drunk-driving suspects who refused to take breath tests for blood alcohol level.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will miss a second week of oral arguments as she continues to recover from cancer surgery she underwent last month, court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg said Friday.
After three decades with top rates below 40 percent, a big hike from today's 37 percent poses risks politically and perhaps economically.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin spoke to reporters on Capitol Hill and said that the U.S. would continue trade talks with China.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., apologized on Thursday to women who were "harassed or mistreated" while working on his 2016 presidential campaign, following a series of sexual harassment allegations against top male campaign staffers.