The wire transfers totaled more than $380,000 and were issued at the height of last year's U.S. presidential campaign.
Roughly 10 percent of Air Force positions remain unfilled.
Jared Kushner’s real estate company’s shady business practices are robbing New York City of its cheap housing, tenants say.
“Unrestricted footage review places civil rights at risk and undermines the goals of transparency and accountability.”
The TV host met with the president at the White House earlier this month.
Trump probably won’t be happy about the attorney general’s testimony before the House Judiciary Committee.
The attorney general has long been an opponent of cannabis legalization.
Waters was speaking at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in New York.
Customs and Border Protection officials maintain Felipe Abonza-Lopez was involved in human smuggling and stands by the decision to process him for deportation.
“This discussion is long overdue,” said Republican Senator Bob Corker.
Each time new ties between the Trump campaign and foreign operatives are found, Vice President Mike Pence denies, denies, denies.
Students shot at a Northern California Elementary School.
A Washington watchdog group says the vice president's October NFL game walkout cost taxpayers a pretty penny.
It’s high time Trump stood up to Putin’s aggression and played Churchill rather than Chamberlain.
Neil Buchanan writes that Republicans are hell bent on delivering huge windfalls to their mega-patrons.
A man in Florida was arrested for creating weapons and bombs in his home.
Sexual harassment has been a problem plaguing Hollywood since its beginnings.
In the US, human destruction on a massive scale has absolutely no impact on national life.
Which matters more — repeated underage sexual assault or preserving the GOP agenda? An Alabama Representative believes the latter.
The aura of defeat may discourage Republican donors who do not want to throw money away.
The misunderstanding seems to stem from a 2016 fight between Barack Obama and Rodrigo Duterte.
Mill's lawyer suggested Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkley may have had a vendetta against the rapper.
The Attorney General must explain himself today to the House Judiciary Committee.
“The same way that craft beer started and, for the longest time, was ignored and then exploded, there’s no reason why the same thing wouldn’t happen in this space."
Britain’s foreign secretary will visit Moscow in the coming months to address the country's relationship with Vladimir Putin.
A Florida high school student shot himself outside of school and died Tuesday.
Who's behind this controversial app? If you guessed a man, you're correct. But there are some things about him you may not have expected.
Black Americans will be affected the most thanks to the Trump administration’s environmental regulations.
Kids in the United Kingdom will soon be taught how to survive a terror attack from an animated film, and it involves putting down their phones.
The last expulsions were for "support of the Confederate rebellion," in 1862.