Robert Mueller's relationship with former FBI director James Comey and other members of the Obama administration create a conflict of interest in the ongoing investigation into the alleged Trump/Russia connection, and he should recuse himself.
In the wake of the indictment of one-time Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, President Trump tweeted Monday that the indictment does nothing to prove collusion between his campaign and Russia, adding “there is NO COLLUSION!”
Not content with losing its first eight games of the season (a franchise record low) or winning just seven out of its last 40 games, the San Francisco 49ers football team announced it is doubling down in its efforts to offend its fans even more grievously: On Thursday announcing it would be donating $500,000 to a gaggle of anti-gun groups.
President Trump ordered the release of more than 2,800 documents related to the assassination of John F. Kennedy, but is withholding approximately 300 additional records.
Arizona’s junior Republican Senator Jeff Flake announced to the Senate on Tuesday that his service in the Senate will conclude at the end of his term in January 2019.
As Hartford, Connecticut, struggles to maintain its fixed costs, particularly its union liabilities, Moody's Investor Services issued a dire warning to lenders on Thursday that Hartford will likely default on its debt by November if it does not take drastic actions.
Former President Jimmy Carter said that he would like to travel to North Korea to lead a diplomatic mission to ease tensions between President Trump and Kim Jung-un.
The Democratic Representative from Florida's 24th District, Congressman Frederica Wilson, owes the American people an enormous apology.
The federal government ran a deficit of $666 billion in 2017, reported the U.S. Treasury Department on Thursday, thanks mainly to increases in budget items that supposedly can’t be cut.