State Rep. Charles Booker shared his version of rapper Jack Harlow's hit song to take aim at the Senate majority leader.
John Flannery is one of more than 2,000 former Department of Justice officials who have signed an open letter calling on the attorney general to resign.
Abdullah Suliman Abdullah Daubalah was caught up in a 2015 bomb attack carried out by American mercenaries contracted by the UAE to fight in Yemen.
Taylor, who led the U.S. embassy in Kiev, told "60 Minutes" that Americans have a stake in Ukraine's fight against Russia.
Taliban spokesperson Suhail Shaheen said the peace deal would be signed by the end of February.
Donald Ayer, who served under President George H. W. Bush, said Americans are "losing an ability to have confidence that the department is not going to be influenced by improper forces."
General Terrence O'Shaughnessy said North Korea's recent engine tests could be an early warning of coming missile launches.
The president would reportedly question Reince Priebus—who grew up in Wisconsin, nicknamed the "Badger State"—about the nocturnal omnivores.
One person was killed in the altercation at a checkpoint in the northeastern city of Qamishli on Wednesday.
Trump has reportedly told aides, "I have a right to say whatever I want," when they try to rein in his more antagonistic decisions.
Two victims of alleged UAE-directed military operations in Yemen have submitted evidence of alleged war crimes to the U.S., U.K. and Turkey.
Four federal prosecutors resigned Tuesday after the DOJ walked back a recommended jail term for Trump associate Roger Stone, soon after the president attacked the proposal on Twitter.
Federal prosecutors filed a sentencing memo on Monday proposing a jail term of seven to nine years for the former Trump aide.
Retired Brigadier General Peter Zwack, who was once Vindman's supervisor, said he "always had a lot of respect" for Graham.
Ambassador Richard Burt told Newsweek that allowing the treaty to lapse would be like "removing the nuclear guardrails."
Sergei Lavrov accused Obama of putting personal issues before those of the state and undermining ties between Washington and Moscow.
Matt Schlapp said Sunday that Romney had "lied so continuously to conservatives" and distanced himself from President Donald Trump.
The final 7 News/Emerson College poll shows Sanders ahead with 30 percent support and Buttigieg on 23 percent.
The Pew Research Center published a report showing that support for the alliance is falling in key nations including the U.S., Germany, and France.
The Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula leader was killed in a U.S. airstrike in Yemen last week, the White House has confirmed.
According to a new report, the president told aides that attacks on both figures resonate with American voters.
Military planners are actively tracking disinformation campaigns promulgated by accounts operated by — or attributable to — the Russian government.
Michael McFaul told Newsweek the president will likely interpret his Senate success as proof "he knows best."
A 7 News and Emerson College Polling survey shows Sanders with a healthy lead and Buttigieg gaining ground.
Matthew Schrier says his lawsuit against the Qatar Islamic Bank will be the "final fight" in an ordeal that began when he was taken hostage in December 2012.
Rep. Seth Moulton said he walked out of Trump's address when the president began talking about his support for the U.S. military.
Reports have claimed that Trump is preparing a list of enemies to take down once he is acquitted by the Senate.
The heckler—an organizer for progressive Jewish American group IfNotNow—accused Donald Trump Jr. of spreading anti-Semitic conspiracy theories.
The campaign ad claimed that 2,900 children die from gun violence every year—a figure disputed by fact checkers.
Idlib is the last significant rebel-held area in Syria, and since December has come under a renewed offensive by regime troops supported by their Russian and Iranian allies.