Julian Assange and the Russian government claim to have e-mails that could secure the indictment of Hillary Clinton on charges of violating federal law.
Donald Trump's revocation of the Washington Post's press credentials serves at least two purposes: 1) It proves that Trump is his own man, and 2) he thinks the media lies.
Senator Lisa Ann Murkowski of Alaska is portrayed by the liberal press as a “moderate Republican,” in contrast to the “conservative” label typically associated with most members of her party. But let's take a look at her voting record to see how "moderate" she actually is.
South Carolina State Senator Lee Bright is facing attack ads from big business and challenge from three opponents for his opposition to crony capitalism and his support for bathrooms desigated for use by a person according to his biological sex.
The powerful law-enforcement lobby has effectively scuttled an Arizona bill that would have nullified federal gun control regulations.
Hillary Clinton is embroiled in yet another scandal involving e-mails during her tenure as secretary of state. This one deals with e-mails that would show her involvement in — and advocacy for — the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). While Clinton has campaigned on claims that she was never in favor of the multi-nation trade deal, the available evidence shows that she was for it before she was against it. Now the State Department is blocking a trove of e-mails which would likely show to what extent Secretary Clinton pushed the deal she claims to have never liked.
New York City has used taxpayer dollars to launch a campaign that encourages residents to use the bathroom of their choice. The campaign, which asks NYC residents and tourists to “Look past pink and blue,” cost taxpayers a total of $265,000 and is set to last until July 3.
U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel, who is presiding over a class-action suit against Trump University, has long been associated with the San Diego La Raza Lawyers’ Association, which in turn is a member of the La Raza Lawyers of California.
The day after the Associated Press announced that Clinton would be the Democrat Party's presidential nominee, Clnton confirmed it in New York City.
Senator Rand Paul's senatorial re-election campaign has released a video promoting the candidate's constitutional bona fides.