Attorney General Loretta Lynch has decided to take a reduced role in the investigation of Hillary Clinton's email server, following her controversial impromptu meeting with former President Bill Clinton.
Will Republican infighting hurt the party’s chances of winning the White House and maintaining its majorities in Congress? If Sanders continues to win primaries, could unpledged super delegates rally behind him as the stronger opponent to Trump?
North Carolina on Monday filed a lawsuit against the federal government in response to a letter from the Justice Department that gave the state until the end of the day to scrap a controversial law regarding access to public bathrooms or risk losing hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funding.
The federal government has spent more than $86 million on a drug surveillance airplane that is four times over budget and has yet to fly, according to a report issued Wednesday by the Justice Department's inspector general.
Robert Costa made his first appearance at the PBS Annual Meeting since being named Washington Week moderator in April. Costa introduced himself to the gathering of local station leaders, program producers and PBS employees and shared his vision for the future of Washington Week and efforts to expand the program’s digital presence.