Frank Biden, the younger sibling of former Vice President Joe Biden, reportedly said that some members of the family “felt slighted” by 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and instead decided to cast their ballots in favor of then-candidate Donald Trump.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Saturday said that the idea that President Trump was a threat to national security is “absolutely ludicrous” -- after the New York Times reported that the FBI launched an investigation into whether Trump posed such a threat.
Former San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro formally announced his bid for the Democratic 2020 presidential nomination on Saturday, telling a crowd in San Antonio that he is running for president.
The partial government shutdown became the longest in history on Saturday, eclipsing the record set in 1996 -- but with no apparent end to the stalemate in Washington in sight.
A former Illinois lawmaker has been indicted on a dozen of felony charges stemming from allegedly posting nude photos of two women.
The White House lashed out against “disgraced partisan hack” James Comey and “known liar” Andrew McCabe on Friday after a report that the FBI -- after President Trump fired Comey as the bureau's director -- opened a secret inquiry into whether Trump had been working on behalf of Russia against American interests.
Some journalists are already touting Michael Cohen as the next John Dean, casting his upcoming congressional testimony as nothing short of historic. But they are probably jacking up expectations too high.
At the stroke of midnight Saturday, the partial government shutdown entered its 22nd day and became the longest in U.S. history.
The blue wave that swept through California in the midterm elections gave Democrats a supermajority in both chambers of the state legislature -- which means virtually free rein to pursue boundary-pushing liberal policies in the new year.