The New York Times’ new policy on social media may rid the paper of perceived bias, but critics say it leaves unchecked the actual bias permeating “the Gray Lady’s” reliably liberal pages.
The Trump administration has picked up the pace of nominating watchdogs to oversee federal agencies in recent months — selecting five inspector-general nominees for vacant positions.
Reince Priebus, President Trump’s former chief of staff, was interviewed Friday by members of special counsel Robert Mueller’s team of investigators as part of the Justice Department’s sprawling probe centered around last year’s election, according to his attorney.
President Obama’s Attorney General Loretta Lynch has been called to testify before congressional Russian election meddling probes next week.
It’s hard to say which entity has been more badly tarnished by the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment accusations: the Democratic Party or Hollywood.
Whether you agree with the widely reported statistic that there have been nearly 300 mass shootings this year might depend on how you define “mass shooting.”
Administrations come and go, but wasting taxpayer money on costly government travel remains a constant in Washington.
The alleged Russian mastermind of a $4 billion digital money laundering scheme sits in an Athens prison cell as Washington and Moscow “fight over his brain,” according to international illicit finance analysts.
Three Russian bankers have filed a libel suit against the Washington political operative who hired the former British spy to write a dossier that was used to sully Donald Trump and his presidential campaign with unverified Kremlin gossip.
The IRS singled out pro-border-security groups for intrusive scrutiny along with tea party, conservative, Occupy movement and progressive organizations, the tax agency’s inspector general said in an audit Thursday that confirmed the depths of tea party targeting.