President Trump on Friday called the wife of Sen. John McCain, the Arizona Republican who was hospitalized this week as he battles brain cancer, the White House said.
Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Murray was accused of sexual assault by his former intern more than 35 years ago.
Despite his replacement being appointed earlier this week, Al Franken has not yet to said when he’ll empty his Capitol Hill office and return to Minnesota, as he vowed after his Dec.7 resignation speech on the Senate floor.
It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas, everywhere we go, from the sight of inflatable reindeer on the neighbor’s lawn to the thought of Cousin Eddie in a dickey, drinking egg nog and talking politics at Christmas dinner.
Analysts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were reportedly told that the Trump administration is prohibiting the agency from using seven words or phrases that include “transgender” and “fetus.”
President Trump's administration is preventing two teen illegal immigrants from having an abortion, the American Civil Liberties Union said Friday, a repeat of the situation that led to a high-profile court fight earlier this year.
Alabama Republican Roy Moore on Friday told supporters that the "battle is not over" in Alabama's Senate race even though President Donald Trump and others have called on him to concede.
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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Friday appeared to backtrack on comments he made earlier this week that appeared to contradict President Trump’s position on how to negotiate with North Korea.
Pentagon Secretary James Mattis didn’t borrow his boss’s favorite phrase to refute a Washington Post report that President Trump doesn’t want to hear about Russia from his intel chiefs, but he might as well have called it fake news.
A U.S. District Court judge on Friday released former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort from house arrest on $10 million bail.
The House Ethics Committee confirmed Friday it has opened an investigation into Nevada Democratic Rep. Ruben Kihuen tied to allegations of sexual misconduct.
Bruce Ohr, the former associate deputy attorney general who was demoted at the Justice Department in the wake of revelations about undisclosed meetings he had with officials from Fusion GPS, is expected on Monday to testify in a closed-door hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee, two sources told Fox News.
Senior Trump administration officials are outlining their views that Jerusalem's Western Wall will ultimately be declared a part of Israel.
A female former executive running for Congress in Kansas has dropped out of the race over a 2005 federal lawsuit in which she was accused of sexually harassing a male employee whom she supervised.
Legal powerhouse Lisa Bloom tried to line up big paydays for women who were willing to accuse President Trump of sexual misconduct during the final months of last year’s election, according to an explosive report.
A lawyer nominated by President Donald Trump to be a federal judge has become an internet sensation after having difficulty answering basic legal questions.
America's top diplomat stepped back Friday from his offer of unconditional talks with North Korea, telling world powers the nuclear-armed nation must earn the right to negotiate with the United States.
President Trump on Friday predicted Congress would pass a sweeping bill to reform the country’s tax system next week, even as several Republican senators are withholding support.
The four-pound brass lock burglars picked to break into the Democratic National Committee’s headquarters at the Watergate Complex in 1972 sold at auction Thursday night for $62,500.
President Trump on Friday called on Roy Moore to throw in the towel in the Alabama Senate race he lost to Democrat Doug Jones on Tuesday following a bruising campaign.
President Trump told a graduating class of law enforcement officers at the FBI Academy on Friday that he “has your back 100 percent” and promised he would be “more loyal than anyone else could be” to the police.
President Trump may have left the door open to pardoning Michael Flynn, but said he's not ready to talk about it "yet."
President Trump on Friday will venture to the lair of his tormentors at the FBI – his positive message at Quantico will be aimed at the rank and file agents who keep the country safe, and not at the senior leadership he and his supporters believe are trying to take him down.