Former President Donald Trump said late Monday that FBI agents raided his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida, and broke open his safe, an unprecedented search that sources said was related to a probe into whether Mr. Trump took classified government documents from his White House tenure.
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Praying coach hasn’t returned to high school job since the Supreme Court upheld his religious rights
Joseph Kennedy fought a seven-year legal battle to get his high school football coaching job back after being fired for praying on the 50-yard line, but as students return to the classroom this month for a new school year, he’s yet to return to the field.
The FBI’s Aug. 8 raid of former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence was aimed at finding evidence related to the ongoing probe of the Jan. 6, 2021, riot at the U.S. Capitol that Democrats want to blame on Mr. Trump ahead of the 2022 midterms and 2024 presidential election.
Former Vice President Mike Pence is squaring off Tuesday against his old boss, President Trump, in a proxy battle of their endorsed rival candidates in Wisconsin’s gubernatorial Republican primary.
The pandemic spawned a tsunami of scams — likely the largest fraud in world history — and amid all of that, the government employees stand out as particularly egregious cases.
Republicans and Democrats are vying to expand the number of veterans serving in Congress, as the rate of ex-service members holding federal office has hit its lowest level in decades.
The sprawling Hunter Biden probe is hurtling toward a conclusion, and former prosecutors who have followed the case say signs point to a “generous” guilty plea deal that would spare the Biden administration further embarrassment.
Former President Donald Trump is still the top kingmaker for Republican candidates in primaries, but analysts say he is denting the GOP’s chances to win some of those races in November.
Hundreds of Afghan evacuees reached the U.S. despite appearing on a Defense Department watchlist or a crucial counterterrorism database, Republican senators charged Thursday, citing the claims of a whistleblower.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said Thursday he is suspending Tampa’s “woke” State Attorney Andrew Warren for “refusing to enforce Florida law,” including abortion law, and for enacting soft-on-crime policies that have made the community less safe.
California, Kentucky, Montana and Vermont also will put abortion rights on the ballot in November in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling that overturned the Roe v. Wade decision and left abortion laws to the states.
Former President Donald Trump’s endorsements dominated the primary races in Arizona, underscoring his lingering influence within the Republican Party and the resonance of his stolen-election claims nearly two years after he narrowly lost the state.
China has ramped up its military exercises surrounding Taiwan in what is expected to be a sustained uptick in provocations following House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s high-stakes visit to Taipei.
The IRS is about to get a lot more nosy. If Democrats succeed in passing their new climate and budget package this month, it will add some $80 billion to the IRS over the next decade, with the majority of that going to enforcement.
The successful U.S. intelligence drone strike that killed longtime al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri at his Kabul safe house has also reignited the debates over President Biden’s chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan last year and whether the country’s new Taliban leaders are honoring a pledge to rein in terror groups operating on Afghan soil.
Democrats are rushing to defend Attorney General Merrick Garland amid growing concerns by Republicans that the Justice Department is out to get conservatives.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan on Tuesday, capping weeks of intense speculation surrounding her expected stopover despite blunt warnings from Beijing against the trip.
Erosion of public trust mounting for FBI as allegations of partisanship emerge in Hunter Biden probe
Sen. Charles E. Grassley’s allegation of partisan interference by top FBI officials in the Hunter Biden probe is the latest crisis of credibility for the nation’s premier law enforcement agency, making its job of collaring crooks that much more difficult.
Rank-and-file House Democrats are protesting their leaders’ scheme to promote pro-Trump candidates in GOP primaries, a strategy based on the belief that they’ll be easier to beat in the general election.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi left for Asia on Sunday as a heated debate raged back home over her potential visit by her congressional delegation to Taiwan, a move that Beijing has warned against but one that some U.S. officials say would demonstrate American strength amid China’s attempted intimidation of the island democracy.
The Biden administration’s attempt to track down catch-and-release illegal immigrants and serve them with court summonses turned into a “complete waste of time,” according to officers who say they were pulled off higher priority cases to chase down “ghosts.”
China is expanding its nuclear forces at a “breathtaking” pace, the commander of the U.S. Strategic Command warned in urging for strengthened U.S. nuclear deterrence against the danger.
The U.S. economy shrank for the second straight quarter, but President Biden dismissed concerns of a recession Thursday as “chatter” and plowed ahead with plans for a tax increase and another huge boost in spending over the objections of Republicans, who say those policies have sparked historic inflation and reversed growth.
Infighting among House Democrats on Wednesday threw into disarray plans to pass gun control and police funding bills when the party’s far-left and Black members balked at giving more money to law enforcement.
The U.S. Army is building up forces and international ties throughout the Indo-Pacific region to counter growing Chinese aggression and strengthen nervous regional allies, the commander of the U.S. Army Pacific said in an interview.
Moscow is attempting to unleash its leverage from space and global energy markets in a revamped effort to break Western solidarity and punish the United States and Europe for militarily supporting Ukraine during the more than five months since the Russian invasion.
Former President Trump, giving his first speech in Washington since leaving office, attacked soft-on-crime policies on Tuesday for leading to a national wave of violence in many U.S. cities, and said police must be allowed to do their jobs.
Weaker consumer sentiment and dwindling new-home sales pointed Tuesday to a sputtering economy, setting up a key announcement by the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates again as the central bank tries to cool historic inflation without causing or deepening a recession.
Pro-life pregnancy centers are coming under increasing pressure to promote abortion or close shop, raising thorny questions about whether governments may compel speech in the name of combating deceptive advertising.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives ramped up a public relations campaign recently at a massive gun show in Northern Virginia, warning gun sellers and buyers not to believe myths about the agency.
Korean War veteran Paul Cunningham still remembers the day a lieutenant from his Air Force radar unit was shot down on a reconnaissance mission behind enemy lines.