Haig said that he no longer sells ammunition and that he doesn’t know “wacko” Stephen Paddock.
Stephen King, Trump’s envoy to the Czech Republic, reportedly roughed up the wife of Nixon’s campaign director to silence her about Watergate crimes.
A whistleblower has provided an account of a businessman texting with Trump’s ex–national security adviser about a Middle East nuclear power project.
Mike Pompeo tried to warn Quds Force leader Qassem Soleimani not to threaten “U.S. interests” in the region.
The plot thickens: The mysterious woman who tried to hoodwink The Washington Post also rented a room last summer from a top Democratic Party fundraiser.
Two Americans spend another Thanksgiving in Chinese jails under spurious charges.
The Clinton campaign and DNC helped finance the Steele dossier, but important elements of the document have panned out.
A U.S. Army intel officer returns to Vietnam, chasing the enemy spymaster who beat him, hoping to learn more about why America lost the war.
Key homeland security posts remain unfilled on the anniversary of warning of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
John Kiriakou plowed into a car in Washington, DC. and suffered broken ribs, a fractured clavicle and lumbar spine damage, according to his attorney.
Alarmed by Trump inaction, the leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee want firmer measures on Russian subversion.
Filmmaker Peter Landesman goes "inside the heart and mind of the man" who changed history as the informant "Deepthroat."
Ken Burns aims to win hearts and minds with his epic Vietnam series, but loses sight of how we got involved.
A frequent TV show guest and a leading light in a starburst of African-American performers who redefined social commentary from the 1960s onward, Gregory had been as big as you could be in comedy.
In a new book, Prudence Bushnell, the U.S. envoy to Kenya in 1998, recounts her constant warnings that the embassy was vulnerable.
Pence is heading to Latin America with a huge advance party, as speculation mounts that he may be angling to replace Trump.
Only the FBI, which was left out of the Sessions press conference, is authorized to pursue criminal leak investigations.
Under the proposal, if the president were found to be incapacitated, the vice president would immediately become acting president.