The porn website says its pulling "first ever political ad on adult content."
The adult film star says a hush agreement about her alleged affair with Donald Trump should be "null and void."
The meeting was reportedly part of an effort to set up a back-channel between the Kremlin and Trump.
Countries facing steep import tariffs are also likely to sue the U.S. for compensation, experts say.
The resignation of Cochran Monday complicates Republican plans to hold on to the Senate.
Sam Nunberg suggested Trump "may have done something" illegal during the 2016 race for the White House.
In a series of phone calls over four days, the president and close American allies shared concerns about Russia's new nuclear weapons.
The subpoena aimed at getting communications about Trump's inner circle.
Republican Kelli Stargel opposed a ban on assault weapons.
Attorney General Sessions is now defending himself publicly in his ongoing feud with the president.
The president's latest guns stance means he has no chance of re-election in 2020, said Fox News host Laura Ingraham.
The accusations come as the NSA chief says not enough is being done to counter interference in 2018 midterms.
Republican awards honoring conservative African Americans were absent the party's first black chairman.
A series of surveys have found Americans split down party lines about Mueller's Russia investigation.
The gun rights group has its own lobbying arm and employs in-house lobbyists.
Fire and Fury author accused of having "backflipped" regarding White House affair claims.
New allegations add to controversy over porn star Stormy Daniels.
The former White House chief of staff says a screaming president ordered him to do something to punch back at reporting of inauguration crowd.
Democrats have asked how many West Wing staff members are operating with interim clearance.
The president's intelligence chiefs say Russia will interfere in the 2018 midterms, and there is little to stop them.
The president needles Democratic criticism of his infrastructure plans, but Republicans are skeptical, too.
Men say they were never afforded the "due process" the president expects for ex–White House aides accused of abuse.