It started as a really bad weekend for Hillary Clinton after her husband’s tarmac meeting with Attorney General Loretta Lynch and word that Mrs. Clinton was to be interviewed by federal agents. Donald Trump stepped all over that with a…
Bill Clinton’s tarmac talk with Attorney General Loretta Lynch gave the GOP more ammo in their portrayal of Democrat Hillary Clinton as playing outside the rules, syndicated columnist Mark Shields and National Review senior editor Ramesh Ponnuru tell Judy Woodruff.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Friday, the Islamic State militant group has claimed responsibility for an attack on a restaurant in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Authorities say up to nine gunmen took at least 35 hostages, including some 20 foreigners. Also, Turkish police…
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
The revelation comes amid a controversy surrounding an impromptu private discussion that Lynch had with Clinton's husband, former President Bill Clinton, aboard her plane on the tarmac at a Phoenix airport on Monday.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Thursday, Taliban attackers killed 37 people and wounded 40 in a double suicide bombing in Afghanistan. The first bomber attacked buses carrying police trainees, followed by a second bomber who blew himself up when people rushed…
In our news wrap Tuesday, Boeing announced it has signed an agreement to sell commercial jets to Iran’s main airline, representing the largest business deal Iran has made with an American company in over three decades. Also, Attorney General Loretta…
By Matthew Daly, Associated Press
The Justice Department is siding with a legal argument by a fired Department of Veterans Affairs official at the center of a nationwide scandal over long wait times for veterans seeking medical care and secret lists covering up the delays.
By Joshua Barajas
Federal prosecutors announced they will seek the death penalty in the case against Dylann Roof, the 20-year-old accused of killing nine worshippers at a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina last year.
By Julie Pace and Jill Colvin, Associated Press
Attorney General Loretta Lynch invoked the defining civil rights struggles of the last century and made clear that the federal government sees its dispute with North Carolina as about far more than bathrooms and showers.
The U.S. government filed a lawsuit Monday over a controversial North Carolina law that prevented local governments from passing protections for LGBT individuals and required transgender people to use bathrooms that matched their gender at birth.
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