In our Friday news wrap, Somali forces battled al-Shabab militants in Mogadishu, killing the attackers to end a siege that left 29 civilians dead. Also, Otto Warmbier's parents rebuked President Trump for not holding North Korean leader Kim Jong Un…
President Trump is again facing questions about the security clearance of son-in-law Jared Kushner. Multiple news outlets reported this week that the president ordered John Kelly, then his chief of staff, to grant Kushner’s clearance despite concerns from intelligence officials…
The review sets up one of the first potential fights between a Democrat-led House committee and a White House bracing for a number of investigations in the wake of last year's midterm elections that eroded GOP control in Washington.
By Chad Day, Associated Press
A Russian lawyer who became a focal point of the investigation into whether there was collusion between Russians and President Donald Trump's election campaign was charged with obstruction of justice Tuesday in an unrelated case in New York.
By Larry Neumeister, Associated Press
By Stephen Braun, Associated Press
The complaint from the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington follows an Associated Press investigation last month.
By Lisa Mascaro, Kevin Freking, Darlene Superville, Associated Press
Trump is demanding $5 billion, but congressional Democrats are refusing to accede in a stalemate that provides a chaotic coda for Republicans in the waning days of their two-year reign controlling government.
By Jeff Horwitz, Stephen Braun, Associated Press
A real estate investment firm co-founded by President Donald Trump's son-in-law and adviser, Jared Kushner, is betting big on the administration's Opportunity Zone tax breaks but isn't that interested in steering its investors to the poorest, most-downtrodden areas that the…
By Stephen Braun, Jeff Horwitz, Bernard Condon, Associated Press
President Donald Trump is expected to sign the order at the White House at 2:30 p.m. ET today. Watch the president's remarks here.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Kevin Freking, Associated Press
Under pressure from President Donald Trump and many of his Republican colleagues, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday that he will bring legislation to the floor to overhaul the nation's sentencing laws.
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