Britain First leader says reporters will start getting "home visits" if they continue asking her questions.
The president can't quit Clinton in night time tweet, accuses her of compromising national security.
Schwartz says he believes Robert Mueller has got Trump dead to rights on Russian collusion.
“I am telling the truth, and you should have the decency to admit it and apologize,” Moore's accuser charges.
As North Korea tested a ballistic missile, Tillerson says diplomats and congress members worried about cuts are acting "like the sky was falling."
Senators have called Tillerson’s reorganization plan “very unsatisfactory.”
Congressman says he will clear his name after documents brought forward by alt-right blogger.
Trump is scapegoating minorities and publicly shaming people for exercising their civil rights, says Brian Klass.
Actor Billy Baldwin says president crashed his party and tried to pick up his wife. "She showed his fat ass the door.”
Russian state TV got direct instructions to promote Trump and slam Clinton, says whistleblower.
The senior Democrat is battling an ethics investigation and allegations he sexually harassed his female staff, and several in his party have called for him to step down.
A Muslim student is being cyberbullied after accusing a teacher of removing her hijab headscarf, says civil rights group.
Trump's son-in-law and adviser argued Comey was unpredictable, sources say.
Ph.D. candidate Mohammad Reza Sardari posted a video of the incident on Facebook.
The Trump administration is moving to block the release of a negative report, says Department Homeland Security inspector general.
A federal judge has ruled Trump cannot block funding to the cities.
Conway detailed all the reasons why Moore, who is accused of sexual assault, would make a better senator than his rival Democrat Doug Jones.
Music publicist Rob Goldstone says he may have puffed up the language of the email, but "I didn’t make up the details."
Christopher Shays, who sponsored the 1995 Congressional Accountability Act, says it's time for transparency.
Critics ask why it has taken so long for Donald Trump's son-in-law to receive it.