The deputy attorney general—in the bull's-eye over alleged remarks—expected to be fired at a Monday meeting, but he's still on the payroll.
A bombshell report claims the deputy attorney general floated the idea of invoking the 25th Amendment to remove the president from office.
The protesters swarmed a number of Senate offices, including those of Sen. Charles Grassley, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and Sen. Susan Collins, who is a key Republican swing vote.
The president says he is "totally supporting" his embattled Supreme Court nominee amid a fierce clash over who should testify at a Senate hearing on a sexual abuse allegation.
Rumors are swirling around Capitol Hill about the Supreme Court nominee's contact with a woman during his years in high school.
George Papadopoulos, the first to plead guilty in Robert Mueller's probe, gets 14 days in prison, well under the six-month sentence sought by the government.
Nothing the president does seems to rattle this crowd enough to make it lose faith. Here’s why.
Senior Justice Department official Bruce Ohr tells lawmakers of a potentially explosive exchange of information with former British spy Christopher Steele in 2016. The president has relentlessly sought to discredit both men.
Now that we know we are surveilled 24/7 by the National Security Agency, Facebook, Google, hackers, the Russians, the Chinese and companies from which we've ordered swag on the internet, is there still any "right to be forgotten"?
If they hadn't attached themselves to the most unlikely president in modern history, they might still be working their frauds today.