Oliver promoted his book Sunday night on his show, claiming that Pence fosters a "hostility to LGBT rights."
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has fired former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe two days before he was slated to retire, and become eligible for full pension benefits.
Press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders denied reports that national security advisor H.R. McMaster would be replaced.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports on the Department of Justice widening the Wells Fargo investigation to include its wealth management business which the FBI has started conducting interviews with its workers.
Slovakia's government has moved a step closer to breaking point amid corruption allegations following the double murder of a journalist and his partner.
Phantom Secure sold modified Samsung and BlackBerry phones that it marketed as "uncrackable".
McCabe, who resigned as deputy director in January, remains on the federal payroll and is set to retire Sunday. If he were fired before then, his pension would be at risk.
Democratic members of the U.S. House of Representatives Intelligence Committee said they will put out their own report that will "set out for the country what evidence we have seen to date."
Gowdy said it was "clear, based on the evidence, Russia had disdain for Secretary Clinton."
Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., says the Committee will now work to complete and issue the final report.
Trump asked former Chief of Staff how the investigators had treated him, the New York Times reported.
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Russia instead advised Trump to pick someone who would ease sanctions against Ukraine, the New Yorker magazine reports.
The White House was not prepared for Trump's Thursday announcement of new tariffs, NBC reported.
Questions will likely touch on trade policy, gun control stance, security clearance revisions and staff departures.
The Democrats' rebuttal argues that the government agencies acted appropriately, and that the GOP memo was misleading.
The argument, delivered in seven Thursday morning tweets, was not Trump's first show of support for armed teachers.
The special counsel's investigation has already delivered well over a dozen indictments and collected numerous guilty pleas.
Special counsel Robert Mueller may be about to get a guilty plea from another former Trump staffer. The individual in question: Rick Gates.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan highlights the market moves after Special Counsel Robert Mueller indicts 13 Russian nationals on election interference charges.