Commanding officer in deadly USS McCain collision pleads guilty to negligence

(NEW YORK CITY) -- The former commanding officer of the destroyer USS John S. McCain pleaded guilty Friday to a charge of dereliction of duty for his role in last year's deadly collision that killed 1... Read More

It's OK to refuse to sell homes to LGBT people: California congressman

(WASHINGTON) -- Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher was already facing a tough re-election bid in California’s 48th Congressional District – with 15 candidates running against him, including a former protégé – when he tol... Read More

Parades, space command: Trump's military wish list in DOD policy bill

(WASHINGTON) -- The bill establishing Pentagon policy for the next fiscal year includes items on President Donald Trump's military wish list, including giving service members a pay raise, laying ground rules for a military parade and making progress ... Read More

Congress inches closer to forced immigration fight, worrying Paul Ryan

(WASHINGTON) -- Twenty-two Republicans have now signed onto a petition to force a freewheeling immigration debate in the House of Representatives, as Speaker Paul Ryan continues to warn that the rare procedural maneuver will not produce legislation P... Read More

Trump delivers commencement at Naval Academy, declares 'America is back'

(ANNAPOLIS, Md.) -- President Trump delivered a commencement address at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland Friday, declaring to the graduating class that “America is back” and “respected again” on the international stage... Read More

Trump suggests June 12 meeting with North Korea may be back on

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump said Friday the summit with North Korea on June 12 may still happen despite his decision to cancel it less than 24 hours ago.

“It could even be the 12th, we’re talking to them now, they ve... Read More

Trump's pick for State Department post handling refugees criticized for immigration views

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump's nominee for the top State Department position for refugees and migration has drawn fierce criticism over several of his past comments about immigrants.

Dr. Ronald Mortensen, a fellow at the Center f... Read More

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 the Russia investigation, including possible deta... Read More

President Trump posthumously pardons boxer Jack Johnson

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump signed a full posthumous pardon for former heavyweight boxer Jack Johnson in a surprise Oval Office ceremony alongside actor Sylvester Stallone, former heavyweight boxer Lennox Lewis, and others.

"It'... Read More

Congress reacts to Trump canceling the summit with North Korea

(WASHINGTON) -- In the wake of President Donald Trump's cancellation of a planned nuclear summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, members of Congress were quick to play the blame game.

Some members of Congress lauded Trump, saying he ... Read More