Congressional leaders meet with DOJ, intel officials on informant controversy

(WASHINGTON) -- Top congressional leaders met with senior intelligence and law enforcement officials Thursday in a series of White House-brokered meetings to review highly-classified information about... Read More

White House one step closer to a bipartisan victory with prison reform bill advancement

(WASHINGTON) -- The White House is one step closer to achieving a bipartisan legislative victory with the passage of a prison reform bill that has been championed by the president’s son-and-law and adviser Jared Kushner in the House of Represen... Read More

Joe Lieberman unaware of John McCain's 2008 regret until new book

(WASHINGTON) -- Former Sen. Joe Lieberman says he was unaware Sen. John McCain regretted not selecting him as his 2008 running mate until the Arizona senator shared that sentiment in his new book and in an upcoming documentary.

“I m... Read More

Cynthia Nixon must gather signatures to get on ballot for New York governor

(NEW YORK CITY) -- New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon did not receive enough votes today at the New York Democratic Party Convention to guarantee her a spot on the primary ballot.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo won more than 95 percent of t... Read More

Trump to award Medal of Honor to former Navy SEAL for 'daring assault' in Afghanistan

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump will award a former member of the Navy's SEAL Team Six with the Medal of Honor Thursday for an attempted rescue of his teammate on a mountainside in Afghanistan in March 2002.

Retired Master Chief Sp... Read More

FBI rolls out new campaign to warn the public against posting fake threats : 'Think Before You Post'

(WASHINGTON) -- The FBI rolled out a new public service announcement on Wednesday called “Think Before You Post" in the hope that people stop making hoax threats in the wake of tragedies such as the recent school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas or ... Read More

NTSB recommends seat belts on all new school buses after deadly crashes

(NEW YORK) -- For the first time, the National Transportation Safety Board is recommending all new school buses be equipped with lap and shoulder seat belts, after the agency released findings from a special investigation report prompted by two deadl... Read More

Trump addresses 'menace' of MS-13 at Long Island roundtable

(NEW YORK) -- President Donald Trump traveled to Long Island for the second time in less than a year to hold a roundtable on the brutal MS-13 or Mara Salvatrucha gang whose members Trump recently referred to as "animals."

"We're here toda... Read More

Dem candidates can't be just anti-Trump: Moulton on Powerhouse Politics

(NEW YORK) -- Coming off a night of Democratic victories in congressional primaries, Rep. Seth Moulton, D-Mass., describes the winning candidates as “a new generation.”

“Democrats can’t just be opposed to Trump," he... Read More

White House planning to invite Democrats to a DOJ briefing on classified documents

(WASHINGTON) -- The White House confirmed Wednesday it is planning for a bipartisan group of House and Senate leaders, known as the "Gang of 8," to receive a highly-classified intelligence briefing on the FBI's investigation into Russian meddling, re... Read More

Kushner spent 7 hours with Mueller investigators last month

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior advisor, Jared Kushner, spent nearly seven hours with special counsel Robert Mueller’s team earlier this year for a second interview, a source familiar with the meeting confir... Read More