Prosecutors in the office of special counsel Robert Mueller had asked for so-called use immunity for the five witnesses, which would bar their testimony at Manafort's trial from being used against them in a criminal prosecution. » Read More
Bolton: If Iran does anything negative 'they will pay a price like few countries have ever paid before'
By: Amanda Macias
The latest tit-for-tat exchange comes as Iranian officials threaten to block the Strait of Hormuz, a major oil shipping waterway, in retaliation for proposed U.S. sanctions. » Read More
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Despite his recent bellicose tweet, Trump used to express suspicions in prior tweets years ago that Obama would start a war with Iran "in order to get elected" to a second term. » Read More
By: Dan Mangan
The Democrat's call comes as he has tacked more leftward, seeking a third term as New York governor, and amid speculation that he could run for his party's presidential nomination in 2020. » Read More
Trump reiterates claims that the release of top-secret documents related to FBI wiretapping of his former campaign aide Carter Page "discredited" special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe.
President Donald Trump threatened his Iranian counterpart in a Twitter post.
Fewer than 4 in 10 American voters approve of President Trump’s handling of key hot button issues, according to a new NBC News-Wall Street Journal.
The top U.S. military commander on the Korean peninsula said Saturday that the material needed for North Korea to make nuclear bombs is still intact.
Democrats have a prime opportunity to take a House majority in November and the path likely has to go through eastern Pennsylvania districts that benefit the party following redistricting.
Trump's own legal team decided to release a tape of Trump and Michael Cohen discussing a possible payment to a Playboy model, which had been deemed "privileged" in a federal court, a source with knowledge told CNBC.
Hillary Clinton added to the chorus of President Donald Trump’s critics of his recent summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, which she called “alarming on many levels."
The weapons displayed in the videos are a significant addition to the Kremlin's arsenal, which already has more nuclear weapons than other countries, according to estimates.
Avenatti told CNBC on Friday: ”I know this is the tip of the iceberg."
The New York Times reported that the FBI seized that recording, which related to model Karen McDougal, during a raid on Cohen's office in New York City on April 9.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh warned the government in 2011 court decision that if it wants to charge foreigners with violating laws about political contributions, then it must prove that those foreign nationals were aware of the laws being broken.
The former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen in recent weeks has distanced himself from the president, with tweets supporting U.S. intelligence agencies and the media, as well as criticizing Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
"If he had asked me how that ought to be conducted, I would have suggested a different way, but that's not my role," Coats said. "It is what it is."
The revelations came the same day Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discussed how the FBI is ramping up outreach to state elections boards and the private sector in an effort to combat cybercrime.
Trump, in an interview with CNBC, also blasted his predecessor, President Barack Obama, for having been a "patsy for Russia" — while claiming he has been "far tougher on Russia than any president in many, many years."
"We're the ninth most dependent on imported steel," the North Dakota senator says "The prices have gone up."