In his sworn testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee Thursday, former FBI Director James Comey directly contradicted his previous sworn testimony from May 3. Not only that, but he made conflicting remarks in Thursday's testimony.

Former FBI Director James Comey — in a prepared statement that was made part of his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee — confirmed that he told Donald Trump three times that he was not under investigation.

Representative Walter Jones seeks God's forgiveness for voting to authorize military force in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Labor unions — once a greatly feared political force in America — are facing twin battles before Congress and the federal courts.

As one Democrat after another has rushed to condemn President Trump for firing James Comey from his position as FBI director, they seem to have forgotten that many of them spent months calling for his resignation and for him to be investigated. In last Thursday’s White House press briefing, Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders reminded them of that.

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