President Trump suggested Sunday that news reports about an FBI agent on the agencyâ€™s Hillary Clinton email investigation who also opposed Trump explains why the Clinton case was closed without criminal charges.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell appeared Sunday to soften his position on fellow Republican Roy Mooreâ€™s Alabama Senate bid, saying the voters should â€œmake the call.â€
The sweeping changes to the tax code would affect individuals, families and corporations. It would also balloon the debt.
California Sen. Dianne Feinstein, the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said Sunday the panel is starting to see “the putting together of a case of obstruction of justice” against President Trump.
John Dowd, President Trumpâ€™s personal attorney, took responsibility Sunday for a Trump tweet about the president firing Michael Flynn as national security adviser that sparked speculation about Trump having obstructed justice.
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski reveals an intense, often bare-knuckled yet successful 2016 White House bid, fueled by McDonaldâ€™s and lots of ego, in forthcoming book â€œLet Trump be Trump.â€
The Supreme Court hears a case from New Jersey Monday that combines college and pro sports, gambling and the 225-year-old concept of federalism.
Roy Moore, the Ala. Republican Senate candidate accused of assaulting and harassing young women, will be sworn in if he wins, Mitch McConnell says.