President Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen was sentenced Wednesday to three years in federal prison for a series of crimes
House Democrats are signaling a growing interest in examining possible ties between the National Rifle Association (NRA) and Russia during the 2016 election amid news that an alleged Russian spy with ties to the gun rights lobbying group is nearin
Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) is out of the running as a candidate to become President Trump's next chief of staff, a White House official confirmed.
Lawmakers struck a deal on Wednesday to overhaul Capitol Hill’s sexual harassment policies, according to members and aides involved in the negotiations, reviving the likelihood that the long-stalled effort will make it over the
The House on Wednesday passed an $867 billion farm bill to help those in the agricultural industry, sending the legislation to President Trump for a signature.The measure easily passed the lower chamber by a 369-47 vote.
British prime minister gets backing from Conservative MPs to stay as party leader.
House Republicans have officially blocked lawmakers from forcing a vote on all resolutions for the remainder of the year that attempt to use the War Powers Act to cut off U.S. support for Saudi Arabia in Yemen.
President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen at his sentencing in federal court on Wednesday said the president was right to call him weak because it was his "duty" to cover up Trump's "dirty deeds."
President Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen has been sentenced to three years in federal prison for a series of crimes he committed while working for Trump, according to multiple reports.– Developing
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Wednesday blasted President Trump saying he threw a “temper tantrum” in their dramatic televised White House meeting the day before and urging Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) to walk him b