The chairman of the House Oversight Committee announced plans Monday to subpoena a former White House official to testify about the White House security clearance process, and warned more subpoenas would follow if the Trump administration doesn’t explain how senior…
By Daniel Bush
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to analyze the impact of the Mueller report, with Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, participating by phone.
President Trump said Friday "it's about time" that the group no longer controlled territory in the region, after a campaign by U.S. and coalition forces that spanned five years and two U.S. presidencies unleashed more than 100,000 bombs and killed…
By Deb Riechmann, Lolita Baldor, Associated Press
At the White House on Tuesday, President Trump welcomed Brazil’s president, Jair Bolsonaro, in the latter’s first bilateral foreign visit. The two leaders share many similar views, as they reiterated at a press conference, and Bolsonaro represents Brazil’s first pro-U.S.
By Lisa Desjardins
The White House’s $4.75 trillion proposed budget is not expected to become law. But the proposal is significant because it launched the politically bloody spending fight ahead.
As the Trump administration prepares to release its 2020 budget proposal on Monday, Hari Sreenivasan sat down with Republican strategist Frank Luntz for some perspective on issues ranging from the battle between Congress and the White House, border wall funding,…
President Trump has long acknowledged top-rated Fox News as his favorite media outlet, and the network relishes its role as a conservative voice. But its increasingly close relationship with the administration is drawing criticism. William Brangham talks to the New…
By Tess Conciatori
Though Special Counsel Robert Mueller may be nearing a final report, these congressional probes signal that scrutiny of Trump’s business ties, policies and presidential campaign is far from over.
By Associated Press
During his time as a U.S. attorney, Labor Secretary Alex Acosta handled a secret plea deal with a wealthy financier accused of sexually abusing dozens of underage girls.
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