Schiff: Trump deal with ZTE a ‘violation of the emoluments clause’

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) said Tuesday that he believes President Trump is violating the Constitution’s emoluments clause by making a deal with China over its telecommunications company ZTE.

Schumer applauds Trump on moving US Embassy to Jerusalem

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Monday praised President Trump for moving the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

Trump: I’m not obstructing justice, I’m ‘fighting back’

President Trump on Monday criticized the suggestion that he has obstructed justice in the Russia investigation, saying he is simply “fighting back.””The Russia Witch Hunt is rapidly losing credibility. House Intell…

Trump blasts Blankenship ahead of W.Va. GOP Senate primary

President Trump early Monday slammed Republican West Virginia Senate candidate Don Blankenship, urging voters to cast a ballot for one of the other two Republicans in the race.

Giuliani dominates days after explosive interview

Attorney Rudy Giuliani dominated the Sunday shows amid fallout from his explosive interview last week when the former New York City mayor said President Trump reimbursed his personal attorney for a payment to adult-film a…

Dershowitz: Trump team playing into Mueller’s hands

Attorney Alan Dershowitz in an interview broadcast Sunday said President Trump’s team of lawyers played into special counsel Robert Mueller’s tactics.

Democrats losing support of millennials: poll

Democrats are losing support among the millennial block of voters, according to a new …

Democrats losing support of millennials: poll

Democrats are losing support among the millennial block of voters, according to a new …

GOP senator: Republicans opposing bill protecting Mueller would back it if Clinton were president

Republican Sen. Thom Tillis (N.C.) said in a recent interview that lawmakers slamming his legislation to protect special counsel Robert Mueller would be demanding the same bill for a President Hillary Clinton.

Trump nominee won’t say if Brown v. Board of Education was decided correctly

Wendy Vitter, President Trump’s nominee to serve as the U.S. District Judge for the Eastern District of Louisiana, on Wednesday declined to say whether or not she believes a Supreme Court ruling ending school segregation…

Lynch pushes back on Comey’s account of Clinton email meeting

“Concerns were not raised,” the former attorney general said.

Trump infrastructure policy adviser to leave White House

DJ Gribbin, Trump’s infrastructure policy adviser, is departing the White House as the administration’s rebuilding plan appears to have hit a wall in Congress.

Russia polls Twitter on which US consulate to close in response to diplomats’ expulsion

The Russian embassy in the United States is polling Twitter on which US consulate general it should close down in response to the Trump administration’s move to expel dozens of Russian diplomats.

Trump rips ‘so much fake news’ after Stormy Daniels interview

President Trump on Monday said that despite “so much fake news,” the United States “is doing great.”

Stormy Daniels attorney on tweet showing DVD: ‘I’m not playing games. There will be more evidence’

An attorney for adult film actress Stormy Daniels said Monday that he is not “playing games” and will provide “more evidence” of his client’s alleged affair with President Trump.

Lawyer for Trump attorney demands Stormy Daniels retract ‘defamatory’ claim she was threatened: report

An attorney for Michael Cohen, who serves as President Trump’s personal lawyer, sent Stormy Daniels a cease and desist letter after an interview with the adult-film actress aired on “CBS’s “60 Minutes,” according to …

Clinton: ‘I meant no disrespect’ with Trump voter comments

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is providing an explanation for controversial comments she made earlier this month about voters who supported President Trump during the 2016 election.”I under…

Majority in new poll: ‘Deep state’ manipulating policy

A majority of Americans believe a faction of unelected officials is orchestrating policy in Washington, D.C., according to a new poll.

Lawmakers rally to defend Mueller after McCabe exit

Lawmakers on Sunday rallied to the defense of special counsel Robert Mueller following the abrupt firing of FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

Trump: Comey lied under oath

President Trump on Sunday accused former FBI Director James Comey of lying under oath about serving as an anonymous source.