The Vermont senator denied Russia's efforts helped his campaign, despite the special counsel's recent indictment.
A second woman has accused Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas of sexual assault, and a campaign to impeach him is looming.
The justice said she believed there was sexism at play.
A spokesman for Hillary Clinton said the allegations are a distraction from the probe into Russian collusion in the 2016 election.
The first lady's outfit reminded observers of Clinton's choices for the Democratic National Convention, the third debate and Donald Trump's inauguration.
Former FBI Director James Comey, whose controversial decisions—from the Clinton letter to the Trump memos—have been excoriated by both Democrats and Republicans, will begin teaching a college ethics course in the fall.
One year ago, Donald Trump took the oath of office. Since then, he has obsessed over Hillary Clinton, tweeting about his 2016 rival more than 75 times.
Chris Matthews has apologized for his remarks.
An emotionally disturbed man was already known to law enforcement before being arrested Thursday.
A witness who said they were recently interviewed by the FBI said investigators want to know whether donors to the Clintons' charitable efforts received favorable treatment.
Hillary Clinton's emails are being brought into the spotlight… again.
Trump and Kushner have toured at least one property in the Massachusetts Avenue Heights neighborhood where the Clintons own a home.
Trump's tweet came just days after the State Department released a trove of work-related emails from Abedin that were found on the laptop of her husband, ex-congressman Anthony Weiner.
The Trump campaign adviser is said to have told an Australian official about Russia's opposition research file on the Clinton campaign at a bar in London.
President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton's names are written into the HTML code on his campaign website's "error" page.
Peters praised Haley for standing up to United Nations criticism but also cautioned against making threats "you're not prepared to carry out."
Two powerful GOP chairmen are demanding the FBI make three officials available for testimony about decisions on Trump and Clinton probes.