(ASPEN, Colo.) -- Financier Bill Browder said he doesn't "feel vulnerable" to extradition after Russian President Vladimir Putin asked President Trump last week at the Helsinki summit to turn him over in exchange for access to the 12 Russian officers... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- Responding to the way President Donald Trump conducted himself during a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee said Trump "acts like he's compromised" by the Kremlin.
(ASPEN, Colo.) -- Like the White House this week, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats was backpedaling on Saturday after his off-the-cuff reaction, live onstage, drew collective gasps for its apparent shots at President Donald Trump.
(WASHINGTON) -- New documents show that one month before the 2016 elections, the FBI sought permission to surveil Carter Page, the one-time foreign policy adviser to the campaign of Donald Trump, because they alleged he had been recruited by the Russ... Read More
(PHOENIX) -- Former Vice President Joe Biden denounced the current administration's handling of issues, including immigration, on Friday night, saying in a speech in Arizona, "We're in the midst of an all-out assault on human dignity."
Bid... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- In a tweet describing himself as "your favorite President," Donald Trump fired back at claims that his former personal attorney secretly recorded a phone call in which they allegedly discussed hush money paid to a former Playboy model... Read More
(CHARLESTON, W.Va) -- West Virginians, who attended a town hall Friday to discuss Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh with Sen. Joe Manchin, urged him to ask the judge about hot-button issues such as his past writings on prosecuting presidents and ... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- The U.S. is calling out China and Russia for helping North Korea violate United Nations sanctions as the regime smuggles in more oil than is allowed.
The illegal transfers are now disrupting the U.S. talks with North Korea an... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- The Justice Department official overseeing special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe vowed on Thursday that politics “must play no role” in U.S. government efforts to stop foreign attacks and influence campaigns, but he... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- Between 5,000 and 7,000 service members could march in President Donald Trump's military parade, according to a U.S. defense official familiar with parade planning documents.
The figures are according to a presentation brie... Read More