Ex-FBI official: I had an obligation to investigate Trump

(WASHINGTON) -- The former deputy director of the FBI, Andrew McCabe – who took an oath to protect the U.S. homeland – said he had a professional obligation to open up criminal investigations targeting President Donald Trump.

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Investigator details alleged North Carolina election fraud scheme

(RALEIGH, N.C.) -- The evidentiary hearing into possible election fraud in the 2018 general election in North Carolina's 9th Congressional District officially got underway Monday, and the lead investigator with the State Board of Election claims the ... Read More

Lawmakers launch new probe into 'complex web' of alleged ties between NRA, Russians

(WASHINGTON) -- A pair of House Democrats are launching a new probe of what they called the “complex web of relationships” between members of the National Rifle Association and Russian individuals with close ties to the Kremlin.

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Tulsi Gabbard is the first Hindu member of Congress and a 2020 candidate

(WASHINGTON) -- Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, the first American Samoan and Hindu member of Congress, formally launched her campaign for president on Jan. 24.

Gabbard, 37, who kicked off her campaign with an official announcement in Honolulu, Haw... Read More

Who is Elizabeth Warren? Everything you need to know about the senator from Massachusetts

(WASHINGTON) -- Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., formally threw her hat in the ring on Feb. 9 to run against President Donald Trump in his 2020 reelection bid.

Warren, 69, launched her campaign in Lawrence, Massachusetts in front of a crowd of ... Read More

Amy Klobuchar, the 1st female senator from Minnesota, now a 2020 Democratic hopeful

(WASHINGTON) -- Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., formally entered the race for the Democratic presidential nomination on Feb. 10 in a snow-covered Minneapolis, on the banks of the Mississippi River.

"I’m running for every parent who wants a ... Read More

Senate committee wants meeting with former British agent to discuss dossier

(WASHINGTON) -- The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee maintained over the weekend that investigators spent more than two years pursuing a face-to-face interview with Christopher Steele, but remained unsatisfied with written answers to que... Read More

Six more years of President Donald Trump 'would be bad for the country': Potential 2020 GOP primary challenger Bill Weld

(WASHINGTON) -- Bill Weld, the first Republican to announce a possible challenge to President Donald Trump in 2020, said that six more years of a Trump presidency "would be bad for the country."

The former Massachusetts governor said on "T... Read More

'I think we do' have enough votes to put emergency termination on Trump's desk: Sen. Tammy Duckworth

(WASHINGTON) -- Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., said Sunday on "This Week" that she believes there is enough support in Congress to put forth a resolution to terminate President Donald Trump's national emergency at the Southern border.

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'Definitely and imminently' filing lawsuit against Trump administration over national emergency declaration: California Attorney General Xavier Becerra

(WASHINGTON) -- California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said the state will “definitely and imminently” be filing its 46th lawsuit against the Trump administration, this one over the president’s recent national emergency declarat... Read More

New info may show Trump's lawyers misled federal officials on alleged hush money payments, the House Oversight chairman says

(WASHINGTON) -- A powerful Democratic House chairman on Friday warned the White House legal counsel that his committee is now in possession of material that his panel says shows President Donald Trump’s lawyers “may have provided false in... Read More

Special counsel supports hefty prison term for onetime Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort

(WASHINGTON) --  Special counsel Robert Mueller’s office agreed that onetime Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort’s financial crimes warrant a prison sentence of 19-24 years, but stops short of taking a position of their own on a su... Read More

High school students draft bill to uncover decades-old civil rights cold case records

(NEW YORK) -- New Jersey high school students made history earlier this year by becoming the first known high school class to draft a bill, lobby it in Congress and eventually have it signed into law.

It all started three years ago in an honor... Read More