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The New York Times is reporting Robert Mueller has secured the cooperation of another witness.
The Trump administration is suing the state over its immigration policies.
The New York Times is reporting Trump asked key witnesses about matters they discussed with investigators involved in the Russia investigation.
The latest departure means the loss of someone seen by many as one of the chief moderating forces in the West Wing.
Republicans remain the dominating force in Texas but Democrats remain hopeful.
Stock future trading is pointing to a sharply lower opening Wednesday after news broke that White House chief economic adviser Gary Cohn is resigning.
An adviser to the UAE with ties to current and former aides to President Trump is cooperating with the Special Counsel.
Even as President Trump tries to convince the world there is no chaos at the White House and everybody wants to work there, his top economic adviser just quit.
Chris Matthews and a panel of guests discuss the political news of the day.
Steven Brill is attempting to address fake news before the 2018 midterms with his new company, NewsGuard.
Over the weekend, the Post also reported Trump's quick-change policies on trade and guns are fueled by the scandals roiling the White House.
According to the New Yorker profile, Steele relayed information that senior Kremlin officials had intervened to block Romney as Trump’s choice.
After Sam Nunberg decided to defy the Special Counsel’s subpoena, the questions remains what Mueller will do next.
Democrats are seeing record early vote numbers ahead of Tuesday’s Texas primary.
With everything going on in the White House and around the world, President Trump woke up and tweeted about Alec Baldwin.
Putin used his annual state of the nation address to tout what he calls an "invincible" intercontinental ballistic missile.
President Trump say he is in a bad place -- mad as hell about the internal chaos and the sense that things are unraveling.
If Jared Kushner cannot pass muster with the FBI, what is he doing in the White House?
Not everybody agrees that teachers should be armed guards. The Governor of Washington has pushed back on that idea.
After starting a trade war yesterday, the president tweeted today how easy it will be to win.