Confederate monuments have been in the news for years but since Charlottesville, the talk is intensifying. As the number of cities removing Confederate monuments and statues grows by the day, Senator Cory Booker is taking his own stand. Booker plans to introduce a bill to
The calls came late Wednesday afternoon from the Interior Secretary. It sounds like plot line from a movie but sadly, it is a terrifying reality. Alaska’s two senators, both Republicans, received phone calls from Ryan Zinke, Secretary of Interior, on Wednesday. During the calls, he
The arrest came Monday night as the aide attempted to leave the U.S. for Pakistan. Imran Awan, 37, was arrested at Dulles International Airport attempting to fly to Lahore, Pakistan. Awan was arrested by the FBI and Capitol Police and he has been charged with
On Thursday, the House Intel Committee threatened to subpoena the White House over Comey documentation. It would seem that once again, President Trump is in the middle of a political firestorm of his own making. Only this time, the consequences are not merely public opinion.
The former Attorney General faces allegations of interfering in Clinton email investigation. It appears the drama surrounding the Clinton email scandal is far from over. Now, top senators on the Judiciary Committee want answers from Lynch regarding her level of involvement in derailing the investigation.
Despite a rough few years for Democrats, the House Minority Leader says she’s not going anywhere. Brushing off critics from her own party, Nancy Pelosi says she plans to stay in her leadership position and claims. “I think I’m worth the trouble.” There is no
The highly anticipated election showed Republicans are still strong in Georgia. While there were many whom were hopeful that Democrats could pull of a magic trick, anyone familiar with southern politics should have known better. Despite a strong runoff for Jon Ossoff, Karen Handel won
As a tense exchange unfolded, Sen. Harris found herself silenced by colleagues. Sen. Harris was questioning Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein at the time. Specifically, she wanted to know if he would send a letter to Special Counsel Robert Mueller giving him unlimited authority in
Weiner will plead guilty to a single charge of transferring obscene material to a minor. According to reports stemming from a federal investigation, beginning in January 2016, Mr. Weiner, exchanged sexually explicit messages with a 15-year-old girl in North Carolina. The plea covers actions by
The Texas Democrat made the call on the House floor on Wednesday. “I rise today with a sense of responsibility and duty to the people who have elected me, a sense of duty to this country, a sense of duty to the Constitution of the