Continuing its efforts to target some of society’s most vulnerable people, the Trump administration announced Saturday it will seek to deny green cards to immigrants who are likely to use public assistance, including housing vouchers and food subsidies.
A press aide working with Republican Sen. Charles Grassley and the Senate Judiciary Committee on Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination abruptly resigned after being questioned by NBC News about a past sexual harassment allegation.
Michael Flynn’s former deputy on the National Security Council has changed her story to Special Counsel Robert Mueller about whether she discussed with Flynn conversations he had with Russia’s former ambassador about sanctions.
Update, Sunday, 4:10 p.m.: Christine Blasey Ford’s lawyers said on Sunday that Ford will testify in an open hearing on Thursday at 10 a.m.
It’s going to be awkward at the Gosar family Thanksgiving dinner this year.
Ed Whelan, an ally of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh who floated, then retracted, a conspiracy theory on Twitter accusing another man of sexually assaulting Christine Blasey Ford, allegedly viewed Ford’s LinkedIn profile before her name was made public, Ford says.
The author of a previously confidential letter to Democrats accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her in high school has come forward to publicly detail the allegations.
Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Brock Long is really bad at groveling for Trump to save his job.
A U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement deportation officer was arrested this week on 10 felony charges of sodomy and one charge of incest, Oregon State Police officials said on Saturday.
A U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent suspected of being a serial killer was arrested early Saturday morning and accused of killing four women in the Laredo, TX, area.
Update, Sunday, 4:20 p.m.: Florence may have been downgraded to a tropical depression overnight, but its winds, driving rain, and widespread flooding have continued to devastate the Carolinas.
At every turn, Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his team have undercut Donald Trump’s repeated claims that the investigation into the Trump campaign and Russian operatives is some type of Democratic conspiracy against the Trump administration.
At any moment, Donald Trump could be just one tweet away from starting a disastrous war. Yes, that apparently almost happened.
In a court filing on Friday, prosecutors said they misunderstood text messages by accused Russian agent Maria Butina, and that mistake led them to wrongly accuse her of exchanging sex for political access in the U.S.
Vice President Mike Pence, with no sense of irony, called the recent op-ed published in The New York Times by an anonymous Trump administration official, an “assault on democracy,” while simultaneously defending President Donald Trump’s efforts to politicize the Justice Department.
One would think that honesty and integrity would be the most basic requirements for a nominee to the country’s highest court. By those standards, however, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh wouldn’t even be in the running. Yet, here we are.