Supreme Court puts off weighing in on partisan gerrymandering

(WASHINGTON) -- The Supreme Court on Monday put off weighing in on whether gerrymandering is unconstitutional – allowing, for now, maps in Wisconsin and Maryland to stand.

The cases deal with, gerrymandering, the method of drawing ma... Read More

Roger Stone 'not concerned’ he failed to tell Congress about 2016 Russia contact

(WASHINGTON) - Roger Stone says he is not concerned that he neglected to tell to congressional investigators about a meeting he held with a Russian national offering dirt on Hillary Clinton, despite being asked about foreign contacts, the longtime fr... Read More

Melania Trump 'hates to see' families separated at border, hopes for immigration reform

(WASHINGTON) -- Melania Trump, who typically shies away from the political spotlight, waded into the controversial immigration debate when her office released a statement Sunday saying she “hates to see children separated from their families.&r... Read More

Democratic lawmakers meet detained asylum seekers on Father's Day, call for end to family separation policy

(WASHINGTON) --   A group of Democratic lawmakers toured an immigration detention facility in New Jersey Sunday, meeting with detained asylum seekers who have been separated from their families under the Trump administration’s "zero t... Read More

Bannon says Trump never lies to the American people, he 'speaks in a particular vernacular'

(NEW YORK) --  Former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon said that to his knowledge, President Donald Trump has never lied to the American people.

Bannon was responding to ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl ... Read More

Bannon says Trump is trying to be a 'peacemaker' with North Korea but is being 'vilified'

(NEW YORK) -- President Donald Trump's former chief strategist said the president is trying to make peace with North Korea but is getting unfairly "vilified" following his summit with Kim Jong Un.

"President Trump is trying to be a peacema... Read More

Bannon says it's not necessary to justify separating kids, parents at border

(NEW YORK) -- Former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon said President Donald Trump doesn’t need to “justify” the policy of separating children from parents who are caught illegally crossing the southern U.S. border because i... Read More

Trump to be 'special guest' during House GOP Immigration Conference

(WASHINGTON) -- President Trump will be making a rare trip up Pennsylvania Avenue next week as a "special guest" at an additional House GOP Member Conference meeting to talk about immigration, a GOP source confirmed.

News of the meeting at... Read More

Trump taps Kathy Kraninger to head Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump plans to nominate Kathy Kraninger to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the White House announced Saturday.

Kraninger currently works under Mick Mulvaney at the Office of Management and Bu... Read More

Cartoonist fired for being critical of Trump: 'They've not silenced me'

(PITTSBURGH) -- When Rob Rogers met with human resources representatives of The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette this week, he didn't expect to be fired right then and there.

Rogers, 59, had been the editorial cartoonist for the daily newspaper in ... Read More

Trump says US policy separating migrant families is law. It's not.

(WASHINGTON) -- Donald Trump told reporters on Friday, when asked about separating migrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border: "I hate the children being taken away. The Democrats have to change their law. That's their law."

No, it's not. ... Read More

Rich Alaskan donor gave $250K to Trump after EPA reversed decision on Pebble Mine

(BRISTOL BAY, Alaska) -- A wealthy activist who has funded efforts to block a proposed mine in Alaska's Bristol Bay donated $250,000 to President Donald Trump's re-election effort six weeks after the administration abruptly decided to prevent the min... Read More

Special counsel remains interested in Cohen, grand jury witness says

(NEW YORK) -- A former member of the Ukrainian parliament who appeared before special counsel Robert Mueller's grand jury last week has told ABC News that, based on the questioning, he believes prosecutors probing Russian meddling in the 2016 electio... Read More

EPA sends rollback of Obama water protection rule to White House

(WASHINGTON) -- The Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps of Engineers have sent a proposal to revise an Obama administration rule intended to protect bodies of water to the White House for review, a move that could roll back what some indus... Read More