According to reports, the Russian government attempted to recruit Russia-friendly Rep. Dana Rohrabacher for espionage.
The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a ruling from a Maryland court rejecting President Trump's travel ban, citing religious discrimination.
Former Sen. Joe Lieberman cited the potential appearance of a conflict of interest as his reason for taking himself out of the running.
The Housing and Urban Development secretary's comments come at a time when many are already concerned about the future of HUD programs.
President Donald Trump is expected to make a key endorsement at a NATO summit Thursday.
Barack Obama has made other subtle jabs at Donald Trump's border wall promise in the past.
Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney offered a blunt defense of the Trump administration's budget proposal on Thursday.
Before David Barron was a federal judge, he was a lawyer advising President Obama on the use of military might.
Some members of Congress worry that the Trump Organization is violating the emoluments clause.
A restaurant in Ann Arbor was targeted Wednesday morning by federal immigration agents. Some workers were arrested as they tried running away.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions was reportedly "instructed not to" disclose the meetings on his background check forms.
The FBI's decision to go public with its investigation of Hillary Clinton's email server might have been influenced by a fake document.