President Donald Trump will travel to California Saturday to survey damage from the deadliest wildfire in the state’s history, after he provoked a backlash by repeatedly threatening to cut off federal firefighting money even as the inferno and its de
The incoming chairman of the House Intelligence Committee wants to insure that the conclusions from the special counsel’s investigation will not be covered up, even if President Trump attempts to shut it down.
Thursday’s news: President Trump endorsed a bipartisan bill that would loosen mandatory minimum sentences. Also, Congress is going through a transition as McCarthy is voted minority leader by House Republicans, Rep. Pelosi faces opposition for her House majority speaker vote, and Senator Flake (R-Ariz.) vows to protect Special Counsel Mueller as he continues his investigation.
President Trump threw his support Wednesday behind legislation that would loosen some mandatory minimum sentencing laws — a measure backed by powerful Senate Republicans and Democrats, but which could run into opposition from some tough-on-crime cons