The justices next week are set to hear arguments over whether a giant, four-story WWI memorial cross located in a busy Maryland intersection and maintained by the government can remain standing. » Read More
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Gillibrand is to attend the March 31 fundraiser at the home of Pfizer executive Sally Susman, according to people with direct knowledge of the matter. » Read More
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New York authorities reportedly are preparing to criminally charge convicted tax cheat and bank fraudster Paul Manafort whether President Donald Trump pardons his ex-campaign chief or not. » Read More
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Rep. Joaquin Castro had prepared the measure to block Trump's national emergency declaration, which he aims to use to divert money to build his proposed border wall. » Read More
Trump-affiliated lobbying firm Turnberry Solutions signs American Ethane Company as clients. The company is funded by Russian billionaires.
Roger Stone, a long-time friend of President Donald Trump's, appeared in Washington federal court Thursday to answer Judge Amy Berman Jackson's concerns about an Instagram photo Stone had posted of her next to a rife scope's crosshair.
Harris currently leads Democrat Dan McCready by about 900 votes in the contest.
Federal prosecutors, including now-Labor Secretary Alex Acosta, improperly misled victims of sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein during their investigation of the influential financier a decade ago, a judge ruled on Thursday.
Paul Manafort, former chairman of President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign, will be sentenced for multiple crimes in federal court in Virginia on March 8, one of two cases lodged against him by special counsel Robert Mueller.
The series of tweets rang as odd because 6G technology doesn't exist.
President Trump lashes out at Jussie Smollett after the "Empire" star is arrested for allegedly filing a false policed report.
GOP Rep. Kevin Brady says Americans are seeing smaller 2018 refunds because they got more of their own money in their paychecks.
After weeks of speculation, the Republican former congressman tells NBC's "TODAY" he is happy to keep serving in his current role as long as President Trump wants him there.
A federal judge will decide Thursday whether to change — or revoke — bond for Republican trickster Roger Stone for posting an Instagram photo of the judge next to an apparent rifle scope's crosshair.
Washington is pushing policy changes to expand drone sales to Gulf allies in the face of Chinese competition.
In a unanimous holding, the justices for the first time incorporated the 8th Amendment's protection against excessive fines to the states.
President Donald Trump is using rhetoric that encourages "threats and violence against journalists at home and abroad," the publisher of The New York Times, A.G. Sulzberger, said in a statement Wednesday.
President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen on Wednesday was granted a two-month extension, to May 6, of his prison surrender date to recover from surgery and prepare his congressional testimony.
Sen. Bernie Sanders raised $5.9 million from 223,000 donors within the first 24 hours of his 2020 presidential campaign, smashing prior fundraising records in the growing Democratic primary field.
Putin threatens to field new weapons that would target U.S. decision-making centers if Washington deploys intermediate range missiles in countries bordering Russia.