‘Truth isn’t truth’: Giuliani weighs risks of possible Trump interview in Russia probe

Centrist Democrat sees ‘problem’ in party leaders’ rising ages, declines to say if he would support Pelosi for speaker

Acknowledging he is a “huge admirer of Nancy Pelosi’s operational ability,” Rep. Jim Himes said Democrats will soon need leaders who can communicate effectively with younger voters.

Feds probe Ohio State’s handling of abuse allegations against athletic doctor

The Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights will examine whether the school responded “promptly and equitably” to allegations of abuse against Richard Strauss, who died in 2005.

Lawyers for ex-FEMA official deny misconduct claims amid reports of past complaints

Corey Coleman, FEMA’s former personnel chief, was investigated over allegations that he created an atmosphere of widespread sexual harassment, according to FEMA officials.

Federal judge denies request to silence Stormy Daniels’s lawyer, Michael Avenatti

The judge ruled that Daniels’s lawsuit against President Trump and his former personal attorney would remain on hold for now.

Rep. Jim Jordan announces bid for House speaker

The influential conservative lawmaker told reporters he would circulate a letter to colleagues about his bid for the post.

Stormy Daniels’s lawyer will speak in Iowa, raising questions about possible presidential bid

Michael Avenatti, who rose to prominence this year amid the legal fight between Daniels and President Trump, said on Twitter that he will be a speaker at the Iowa Democratic Wing Ding on Aug. 10 in Clear Lake, Iowa.

‘Get a grip’: Republicans seize on Booker comment that Kavanaugh supporters are ‘complicit’ in ‘evil’

“To me, that’s completely unhinged and detached from any reality,” Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-Texas) said Wednesday in a floor speech.

House Democrats to hold leadership elections in December

Democrats did not choose a specific date but decided the elections will not take place before Dec. 5, an aide confirmed.

Responding to FISA release, Carter Page calls spying allegations ‘ridiculous’

President Trump tweets that the wiretap of Page was politically motivated.

‘It’s really spin’: Carter Page denies being a Russian agent after wiretap application released

Page said law enforcement officials fabricated information to strengthen their bid to monitor his communications.

Ohio State has more than 100 firsthand accounts of sexual misconduct by former athletic doctor

Controversy over whether OSU athletic coaches knew about Strauss’s alleged conduct has ensnared Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), an influential conservative lawmaker.

Dianne Feinstein expects ‘at least 1 million pages of documents’ on Kavanaugh’s career in politics

The top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee made the estimate while pressing for records from the George W. Bush Presidential Library and the National Archives.

Jim Jordan interviewed with Perkins Coie lawyers as part of Ohio State investigation

Jordan said he told attorneys that he knew nothing about misconduct affecting wrestlers when he was the team’s assistant coach three decades ago.

Ethics panel probing Arizona representative, chief of staff over allegations of improper spending

The committee is investigating whether Schweikert and chief of staff Richard “Oliver” Schwab “used or authorized expenditures . . . for impermissible purposes” and other possible offenses.

‘You leave my husband alone!’: Elaine Chao, Mitch McConnell confronted over family separations

The video had been viewed more than 200,000 times in two hours on Tuesday afternoon.

‘You leave my husband alone!’: Elaine Chao, Mitch McConnell confronted over family separations

The video had been viewed more than 200,000 times in two hours on Tuesday afternoon.

‘You leave my husband alone!’: Elaine Chao, Mitch McConnell confronted over family separations

The video had been viewed more than 200,000 times in two hours on Tuesday afternoon.

Mitt Romney’s new campaign: Not exactly a friend of Trump’s but not an enemy, either

Seeking a U.S. Senate seat in Utah, the former presidential nominee seems intent on not antagonizing the president.

Romney calls for ‘disturbing’ family separations to stop

The Senate candidate, in remarks to voters in Utah, avoided blaming President Trump or the Department of Homeland Security for the humanitarian crisis.