McCaskill, saying Kavanaugh will boost the influence of wealthy donors in elections, became the first of the five most vulnerable Senate Democrats to oppose Trump's choice. » Read More
By: Kevin Breuninger
Christine Blasey Ford pushed back on the suggestion that mistaken identity was at play: "I knew them both, and socialized with Chris Garrett. I even visited Chris Garrett when he was in the hospital. There is zero chance that I would confuse them." » Read More
By: Mike Calia
Trump says Christine Blasey Ford, who accuses Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her more than three decades ago, should have reported the alleged incident to the police if it was "as bad as she says." » Read More
By: Dan Mangan
ABC News reported investigators have asked Michael Cohen about whether President Donald Trump or his associates had discussed a possible pardon for the lawyer, who pleaded guilty last month to federal criminal charges. » Read More
A fresh poll in a closely watched congressional race in Southern California shows Republican Young Kim pulling out front despite being outspent nearly 5 to 1 by her challenger, Democrat Gil Cisneros.
The U.S. and Mexico are prepared to move ahead alone on a new trade agreement, and Canada may get left behind, a top White House official said Friday.
Brett Kavanaugh is the first Supreme Court pick opposed by a plurality of voters dating back to 2005, according to NBC/Wall Street Journal polls.
Ford's letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee also said that testifying on Monday, as committee Chairman Chuck Grassley scheduled, "is not possible."
The repatriated remains mark the first tangible results to come from June's historic summit between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Sen. Dean Heller's vote for Obamacare repeal is perhaps the biggest issue in his re-election bid as President Donald Trump comes to Nevada to give the Republican incumbent a boost.
James, in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, was responding to questions about how Trump insulted him on Twitter following a CNN interview in which the all-star criticized the president for "using sports to kind of divide us."
The retiring senator's decision to publicly rebuke the president's son underscored the near diametrically opposite roles that Flake and Trump Jr. have carved out for themselves within the Republican party.
More than 200 of the 262 women running for House and Senate seats this cycle are Democrats, according to data compiled by the Center for American Women and Politics.
In a statement Wednesday, Collins said he would start to "actively campaign" after suspending his campaign in August.
The decision to grant a waiver to Element Electronics of Winnsboro, South Carolina, led the firm to reverse its previously announced decision to close its plant, which employs more than 130 people, in the face of looming tariffs.
Former White House spokesman Sean Spicer considers President Donald Trump a salesman who engages in "hyperbole," not the liar that his opponents make him out to be.
While the homicide rate in Chicago did spike in 2016, Sessions' claim that it was caused by the consent decree has been largely debunked by fact checkers.
Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, on Wednesday told Christine Blasey Ford that she must send him documents by the end of the week in order to testify Monday about her accusations against Brett Kavanaugh.
The deadline reflects a commitment from North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, according to Pompeo.
Emanuel, a veteran of the Clinton and Obama administrations, is publicly warning that Trump may blow past the hesitation of national security advisors in search of a rally-around-the-flag political boost. He wants Congress to flash caution lights.