U.S. intelligence officials are “absolutely not” preventing President Trump or members of his staff to be read into the nation’s most classified secrets, a former spy chief said Sunday.
At an international security conference in Munich, John Kasich said Sunday that world leaders remain uncertain about President Trump’s commitment to Europe and NATO.
John McCain cautioned the White House on Sunday against bashing the press, saying that is “how dictators get started.”
New Hampshire Democratic Chairman Raymond Buckley pulled the plug Saturday on his bid to lead the Democratic National Committee and threw his support behind Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota.
White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus said Sunday that high-ranking U.S. intelligence officials assured the administration that no Trump campaign officials had contact with Russian spies.
The IRS is offering extended telephone help desk Saturday and even Monday, a federal holiday, to help taxpayers get a start on their filings.
Norma McCorvey, the pseudonymous plaintiff at the center of the U.S. Supreme Court case that legalized abortion, Roe V. Wade, passed away Saturday from a heart ailment, The Washington Post reported. A convert to Catholicism, she spent the last years of her life as a pro-life activist.
Sheikh Omar Abdel-Rahman, the Egyptian terrorist commonly known as “The Blind Sheikh,” has died in prison, his family said Saturday. He was 78.
An effort to create an independent commission tasked with investigating claims concerning Russia and its alleged involvement in last year’s White House race gained the endorsement of a GOP lawmaker Friday for the first time since being introduced last month by House Democrats.
A law authorizing physicians in the nation’s capital to help end the lives of terminally ill patients who wish to die went into effect Saturday after congressional Republicans were unable to block the legislation in time.
New charges have been filed in the case of an ex-Washington State Penitentiary corrections officer accused of child molestation and child rape.
The Secret Service is investigating an incident in which someone threw a rock or other object at President Trump’s motorcade in South Florida Friday afternoon.