The Justice Department is preventing Senate investigators from interviewing two top FBI officials who could provide first-hand testimony over the firing of former FBI Director James Comey, the latest sign that Special Counsel Robert Mueller could be investigating the circumstances around the firing, officials tell CNN.
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The dog days of August don’t mean settling for crummy cinema. Here are six under-the-radar movies worth seeking out in theaters or online, featuring John Cho, a very dark fairy tale, and a true-crime podcast gone wrong. View Entire Post ›
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate would now vote on a bill to fully repeal Obamacare, but delay repeal by two years. View Entire Post ›
President Donald Trump’s pick to run the FBI is likely to run into new questions about Russia’s interference in the US elections at his confirmation hearing Wednesday, as a political storm has swept up around the President’s eldest son.
The Senate Republican health care bill teetered on the edge of collapse Monday evening after the Congressional Budget Office released a devastating report on its impact and multiple Republicans announced they would not vote to advance the legislation.
Sheriff David Clarke said he’s withdrawn his acceptance of a job with the Department of Homeland Security. But the federal agency has never publicly admitted he was offered the post. View Entire Post ›