House Judiciary Committee Democrats say they will force Sessions to reveal more about Russia meetings.
The former vice president shuts down Trump's assertion that Russia didn't interfere in the 2016 election.
The Republican Alabama Senate candidate turns to the Evangelical vote after allegations of sexual abuse were made against him.
Social media accounts are amplifying a far-right movement to boycott the firm after it pulled ads from Hannity's show.
Thawing permafrost in the city of Bethel is wreaking havoc on the local landscape.
The senator was tortured while a prisoner of the Vietcong during the Vietnam war.
Instead, he ran President Donald Trump’s South Korea speech in full.
“To every person who’s ever been singled out, this one’s for you,” the 33-year-old said.
The former Trump campaign adviser's testimony raises questions about his contacts with Russian officials.
The massacre is the worst in Texas's history.
A General Motors union leader says Trump is losing support among manufacturing workers, but experts suggest he knows just how to keep a certain type of voter on side.
Mueller’s investigation exposes why it's so easy to launder money through Britain, experts say.
Trump’s lack of political qualifications would have sunk his political career if he were black, the author argued.
Twitter says the employee went rogue on their last day of work. Security experts say that poses a danger.
Russian hacker group Fancy Bear targeted 573 email addresses of top U.S. diplomats and security officials.
Numbers are on track to rise 26 percent this year.
Trump's former campaign chairman has also used a phone and email address registered under a fake name, according to a bail memo.
Video shows him dodging NYC taxis as he runs through the streets before being shot and arrested by police.
A government investigation in Ukraine has revealed more cash given to Trump's former campaign chairman.
Republicans are adamant that the source of leaks on the Russia probe's first indictment be found.
The first arrest in the Russia investigation is imminent, and some are expecting the president to fire the special counsel.
House Democrats have written to Donald Trump's digital team over concerns that Russia targeted misinformation at Americans.
Clinton "[gave away] nuclear capabilities to our enemies," the ex-White House adviser said.