Trump blasts whistleblower for reported ties to Democratic candidate

​President Trump seized on a news report that the whistleblower who revealed his call to Ukraine’s leader had a “profes

Joe Biden’s brother used him as leverage for an investment pitch: report

Joe Biden’s brother told execs at a healthcare company that the former veep’s cancer initiative would help promote their

AOC attacks fellow Democrats for not impeaching Trump

​Progressive firebrand Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez blasted her fellow Democrats for their failure in not moving ahead wit

US ‘locked and loaded’ in wake of Saudi oil field attacks: Trump

President Donald Trump on Sunday night said the United States is “locked and loaded” and ready to intervene with whoever

Schumer, Gillibrand promise ‘full court press’ on gun reform

​​Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand on Sunday said they will ​put on a “full court pre

Trump to focus on economic accomplishments at G-7 summit

President Trump headed to France Friday night for the G-7 summit of world leaders, where he will have bilateral meetings with

Trump would love to make a trade deal with China ‘on our terms’

China on Thursday vowed to retaliate against any new tariffs in the trade war with the United States — even as it said it w

Amazon raising minimum wage for US workers to $15 per hour

Amazon is boosting its minimum wage for all U.S. workers to $15 per hour starting next month. The company said Tuesday the wa

Graham rips Dems for turning Kavanaugh hearing into ‘unethical sham’

Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham angrily blasted the Democrats’ handling of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirm

Bloomberg to make 2020 election decision after midterms

Former Mayor Mike Bloomberg said he’ll decide whether to mount a 2020 challenge of President Trump after the midterm electi

Russia calls new round of US sanctions ‘playing with fire’

Russia on Friday called a new wave of U.S. sanctions misguided, saying Washington’s habit using sanctions against Moscow 

Eric Holder says MAGA slogan is ‘rooted in fear’

Former Attorney General Eric Holder slammed the mindset of “Make America Great Again,” President Trump’s signature slog

Bush quietly helping GOP candidates in places where Trump isn’t strong

Former President George W. Bush is quietly helping boost Republican candidates in places where President Donald Trump has str

Booker sends staff to Iowa, signaling possible 2020 run

WASHINGTON – Sen. Cory Booker has sent staff to Iowa, further stoking speculation of his 2020 presidential aspirations. The

White House aides on hunt for anonymous official who wrote op-ed piece

Top White House aides canceled meetings on Wednesday as they launched a major hunt for the official behind the New York Times

Bill Clinton gawked at Ariana Grande during Aretha Franklin’s funeral

Former President Bill Clinton became awestruck Friday at Aretha Franklin’s funeral in Detroit, but he wasn’t overcome wit

Trump approval rating ‘remarkably stable’ amid cohorts’ crimes: poll

A new poll shows President Trump’s approval rating holding “remarkably stable” in the days following the conviction of

Michael Avenatti speaks at DNC summer meeting

Michael Avenatti stopped by the Democratic National Committee’s summer meeting on Thursday as he continues to explore a lon

Michael Cohen reportedly under investigation for $20M in bank fraud

President Trump’s former personal lawyer is being investigated over more than $20 million in loans to taxi companies owned

Omarosa doesn’t ‘believe’ she violated confidentiality agreement

Former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman on Tuesday said she doesn’t “believe” she violated a nondisclosure

Russian prime minister warns of ‘economic war’ over US sanctions

Russia’s prime minister sternly warned the United States on Friday against ramping up sanctions, saying that Moscow will re

Iran receives more airplanes ahead of renewed US sanctions

Iran acquired five new commercial aircraft on Sunday, a day before the U.S. begins restoring sanctions that had been lifted u

TSA may stop screening passengers at 150 airports

The TSA is considering nixing passenger screening at more than 150 airports across the country, a new report reveals. The pro

2018 midterm elections set to be most expensive in history

The upcoming midterm elections will be the most expensive in U.S. history, with $1 billion in TV ads already booked or aired.