At first glance it looked as if a dozen pilgrims had a problem with Vice President Mike Pence’s speech Friday at Focus on the Family, but the women wearing red cloaks and white bonnets had nothing to do with Thanksgiving.
Gun ownership has long been and remains a point of pride for many Americans, and now a new poll shows nearly 3-out-of-4 gun owners consider the right to bear arms “essential to their freedom.”
President Trump’s former campaign advisor, Roger Stone, is calling on the commander in chief to uphold his pre-election promise to ease up on one front in the federal war on drugs: marijuana prosecutions.
Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada said Friday he cannot support the Senate health care bill as written, making him the fifth Republican to say he won’t vote for the Obamacare repeal plan unless it’s changed.
Congressional investigations into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election will question Hillary Clinton’s former presidential campaign chairman, John Podesta, next week — in addition to experts on Kremlin interference in recent and future European elections.
First lady Melania Trump said Friday that she’s hired Timothy Harleth, a top employee at Trump International Hotel in Washington, to be the new White House chief usher.
Among President Trump’s invited guests at a bill-signing ceremony to improve veterans services Friday was Al Baldasaro, a former Trump delegate from New Hampshire who made headlines last year for saying Hillary Clinton should be shot for treason.
The House Intelligence Committee is said to be investigating whether individuals affiliated with President Trump’s 2016 campaign received stolen voter data obtained by election hackers during last year’s race, according to multiple reports.
President Trump signed a law Friday that makes it easier for the Department of Veterans Affairs to fire employees for wrongdoing and adds protections for whistleblowers in the VA.
The Senate Judiciary Committee has opened a probe into former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s efforts to shape the FBI’s investigation into 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, the committee’s chairman announced Friday.
The Nebraska Democratic Party ousted an official Thursday after a recording surfaced of him saying he wished House Majority Whip Steve Scalise had died in the Alexandria, Virginia, shooting that left him critically wounded.
A new poll shows that a majority of voters say the Russia investigations into President Trump are hurting the country.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi told Democrats Friday to dig up and air stories about the “devastating impact” that a GOP plan to replace Obamacare could have on the most vulnerable, as Republicans try to pin down votes and fulfill their repeal promise before the July 4 holiday.
Barack Obama intends to campaign with Democrat Ralph Northam in his bid to become Virginia’s next governor.
The president of the group representing the White House press corps said Friday that journalists are “not satisfied” with a move by the Trump White House to scale back on the frequency of televised press briefings.