Franken asks for ethics investigation after sexual misconduct accusation

(WASHINGTON) -- Sen. Al Franken gave a lengthy apology and asked for an ethics investigation after a female radio host claimed he forcibly kissed her when they were performing together for troops overseas and that he made a lewd gesture while she was... Read More

Al Franken apologizes after radio anchor says he forcibly kissed her, took lewd photo

(LOS ANGELES) -- Sen. Al Franken is the latest person to be accused of sexual misconduct -- in this case by a female radio host who worked with him as part of a USO tour to entertain the troops in Afghanistan.

Leeann Tweeden, who is a radi... Read More

Hillary Clinton calls potential Justice Department investigation 'an abuse of power'

(WASHINGTON) -- Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke out against news the Trump administration is considering appointing a special counsel to investigate her alleged ties to the Uranium One deal in an interview with Mother Jones on Wednesd... Read More

Trump roasted by late-night hosts after he stops mid-speech to search for water

(NEW YORK) -- President Donald Trump's desperate search for a bottle of water during a speech from the White House on Wednesday -- a bottle that ended up being right in front of him -- was way too rich of an opportunity for ridicule.

Natu... Read More

Treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin, wife cause internet sensation posing with sheets of money

(WASHINGTON) -- Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and actress wife Louise Linton are in the news over money again, but this time at least they're not in trouble over how they're spending it.

Instead, Mnuchin and Linton are eliciting plenty... Read More

Trump claims 'America is back', touts accomplishments in first speech back from Asia

(WASHINGTON) --  Fresh off a 12-day-long visit to Asia in which he visited five countries, President Donald Trump touted the trip's accomplishments in a speech from the White House Wednesday, including his efforts to strengthen alliances in the ... Read More

Top Democrat warns Sessions move could be 'bigger threat to our democracy' than Russia

(WASHINGTON) -- Rep. Adam Schiff slammed Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to open the door for the Department of Justice to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s role in helping ap... Read More

What Roy Moore's eight accusers have alleged and his responses

(BIRMINGHAM, Ala.) -- Six women have accused Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct or impropriety.

He has denied any wrongdoing and points to a political conspiracy as the reason why the allegations are being made publ... Read More

Roy Moore's campaign remains defiant amid sexual misconduct allegations

(BIRMINGHAM, Ala.) --   The attorney representing embattled GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore defended him Wednesday against the sexual misconduct allegations that have driven many in the GOP to call on Moore to drop out of the race.

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Thirsty Trump interrupts speech for sip of Fiji water

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump took a swig from Marco Rubio’s playbook Wednesday, pausing twice during a speech promoting his administration's foreign policy achievements and trade matters to drink from a bottle of Fiji water.

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Democrats weigh how to best help Alabama Senate candidate Doug Jones

(WASHINGTON) -- As Republicans continue to disagree about how best to pivot in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations against Roy Moore, Democrats in Washington D.C. have largely decided to stay clear from the Alabama special election next month a... Read More

Six Democrats introduce Articles of Impeachment against President Trump

(WASHINGTON) -- Six House Democrats introduced five articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump Wednesday – from obstruction of justice for interfering in the Russia investigation to making charges of fake news against the media from... Read More

Roy Moore speaks out amid sex allegations

(JACKSON, Ala.) -- At the “God Save America Revival Conference” at Walker Springs Road Baptist Church in Jackson, Alabama, on Tuesday night, embattled Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore addressed a loyal crowd and made little mention o... Read More

Fayrouz Saad running to be first Muslim American woman in Congress

(NEW YORK) -- Fayrouz Saad grew up as the daughter of immigrants who taught her anyone can achieve the American dream through hard work and determination.

After graduating from the University of Michigan, she got her start in politics as a fie... Read More