Bill Barr's shadowy history should preclude him from serving as attorney general. Where is our political opposition when we need it most?
William Barr's comments at his Senate hearing veer from the president's views, but skepticism remains over his memo on the Mueller inquiry.
As the FBI undertakes its investigation, another acquaintance accuses the Trump nominee of being untruthful during his Senate testimony.
"It was hard for me to breathe, and I thought that Brett was accidentally going to kill me," she tells the Senate Judiciary Committee.
After days of negotiations, Dr. Ford directly addressed the Senate Judiciary Committee chair in a letter Sen. Grassley promptly publicized on Monday.
Despite legal and moral opposition, his administration is proceeding with plans to deny refugees entry—part of its larger project of banning Muslims any way it can.
Christine Blasey Ford, now a professor at Palo Alto University, alleges that the Supreme Court nominee sexually assaulted her in high school, a charge he denies.
Despite sharp criticism about the lack of documents and time, Senate panel Chairman Chuck Grassley sticks with a schedule that could see President Trump's Supreme Court nominee confirmed by Oct. 1.
Emails reveal the Trump pick lied under oath during hearings for his nomination to the U.S. Court of Appeals in 2004 and 2006.
During his second day of confirmation hearings, the Supreme Court nominee also refuses to say whether he thinks a president can pardon himself.