Prosecutors had enough evidence to put Jeffrey Epstein in prison for life. Instead they gave him – and his friends – immunity from federal charges.
His interim replacement, Matthew Whitaker, once mused that a new attorney general could foil the Mueller probe by defunding it.
Senator Grassley said Monday’s session will “give these recent allegations a full airing,” with Christine Ford and Brett Kavanaugh set to testify.
The president argues that months-long shortages of electricity, food, and medical care couldn’t possibly have killed more than 18 people.
A gunman killed five people in the newsroom of the Capital-Gazette Thursday, according to local authorities. One suspect is in custody.
In his new financial disclosure form, the president appears to acknowledge that his campaign accepted an illegal loan from Cohen in 2016.
The U.N. ambassador assured the Polish leader that she was aware of Russia’s meddling in (the fake island of) Binomo’s recent elections.
And “you never know when a Republican candidate will turn out to be a sex criminal” isn’t the only reason.
One day after Trump’s Twitter attack, Joe and Mika declare the president unwell — and say the White House threatened them with bad tabloid coverage.
Ryan has routinely won landslides in his purple district. Randy Bryce’s incredible new campaign ad suggests that could change that.
At the W20 summit, the First Daughter spoke on a panel with Angela Merkel and IMF chief Christine Lagarde. Ivanka was not the crowd favorite.
The Women’s March is twice as popular as the tea party once was — and Democratic women are increasing their political engagement in large numbers.
A roundup of the worldwide rallies.
Streep is “inciting people’s worst instincts,” Kellyanne Conway said, after the actress disparaged Trump’s impression of a disabled person.
The average American works one more hour every weekday than the average European.
Trump bragged about committing serial sexual assault. Women came forward to vouch for him.
“Every woman has a right to defend herself with a gun, as she chooses. Hillary Clinton disagrees,” a woman says in the NRA’s $6.5 million ad buy.
The Republican nominee decides the best way to combat allegations of misogyny is to slut-shame the woman making them.
The GOP nominee thinks something about Clinton’s appearance is atypical for a president.
The number of Americans who use marijuana is going up — but the number who abuse the drug is going down.