The former candidate for Georgia governor is considering “all options for 2020 and beyond,” her former campaign manager tweeted.
Weeks into a “national emergency” over an “invasion” at the Mexican border, Trump’s agencies have not taken even the first steps toward construction.
After President Donald Trump accused Democrats of becoming an "anti-Jewish party," the White House refused Monday to tamp down his claim, insisting the party's refusal to specifically condemn a freshman lawmaker for her controversial comments amounted to an "abhorrent" display.
A DOJ official said the hope is that the Marshals offer security for Cabinet members "better and at the appropriate cost.”
Three months after a HuffPost report exposed disturbing stories that Alex McNabb told about being an EMT, he has been terminated from his job.
Leaked chats revealed that the governor's 2018 field director, Bennett Bressman, is extremely racist.
The White House press secretary refused to give a yes or no answer.
The president is expected to invoke the privilege over some documents after Democrats sent requests to 81 individuals, entities and government agencies.
Voters over retirement age will continue to dominate U.S. politics until at least 2060