Some Democrats want to compel President Trump’s translator to testify about his private meeting with Vladimir Putin. That’s a bad idea.
After months of allegations regarding improper use of taxpayer dollars and the use of agency resources and personnel for personal needs, he is finally out.
In an early morning Tweetstorm, President Trump said he would not have hired Jeff Sessions if he knew he’d recuse himself from the Russia investigation.
The Vice-President’s personal physician accused Ronny Jackson of misconduct back in September, according to new reports.
Despite the fact that President Trump’s continues to praise him, Ronny Jackson will not be returning to the White House as the President’s personal physician.
It’s a valid question, but one should also be careful about drawing conclusions based on how a person in Trump’s position acts.
The two most important allegations in the Nunes memo appear to be complete lies.
While there are real differences between what’s being reported about White House officials such as Jared Kushner and what Hillary Clinton did, the charge of hypocrisy is well-founded.
Republicans in Congress are slavishly seeking to divert attention from wrongdoing by Donald Trump, or Russia.
As with each previous committee that investigated the 2012 attack on the U.S outpost in Benghazi, the House Select Committee finds that mistakes were made but no evidence of wrongdoing or cover-ups.
Republican officials are running away from Donald Trump the way they’d run away from a horde of mosquitoes infected with the Zika virus.
The alternatives to Trump vs Clinton are getting into the realm of fantasy.
Donald Trump racks up another big win, while Marco Rubio surges into second and likely saves his campaign for now.
Tonight’s results in South Carolina could have a significant impact on the race going forward. (Plus, a projection)
A former staffer for the House Select Committee investigation the attack in Benghazi is suing the Committee for improper employment practices, and Chairman Trey Gowdy for defamation.
After an eleven hour day on Capitol Hill, it was Hillary Clinton 1 House Benghazi Committee 0.
As the House Select Benghazi Committee continues to question Hillary Clinton, a new poll finds that the vast majority of Americans view its work as political rather than part of an objective investigation.
What will likely be the apex of the House Select Committee’s investigation of the Benghazi attack begins and ends today with the testimony of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Another Republican Congressman has said that the Select Committee investigating the Benghazi attack is primarily concerned with scoring political points against Hillary Clinton.
Paul Ryan is getting pressure from all sides to get into the race for Speaker Of The House.
The man who will likely be the next Speaker of the House accidentally acknowledged the real motivation behind the Select Committee investigating, yet again, the Benghazi attack.
Hillary Clinton has turned over her private email server in the wake of reports about highly classified information in her email.
Get ready for another pointless political circus.
The first batch of email from Hillary Clinton regarding the 2012 attack in Benghazi have been released, and they don’t reveal anything we didn’t already know.
Not surprisingly, the House Committee re-investigating the Benghazi attack seems more concerned with scoring political points than fact-finding.
A Federal Appeals Court has ruled that the N.S.A.’s data mining program is illegal, but its ruling may not have a very big impact.
Not surprisingly, the Select Committee established by House Republicans to investigate something that has already been investigated multiple times, will be in operation well into the Presidential Election season.
In the end, the Tea Party challenge to John Boehner was a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.
Several Tea Party backed Members of Congress claim to be challenging John Boehner in tomorrow’s vote for Speaker. They are, of course, delusional.
Republicans will have some choices to make if President Obama is re-elected.