Indicted Republican Rep. Chris Collins suspends re-election campaign

(NEW YORK) -- Republican Rep. Chris Collins, indicted this week for alleged insider trading, has suspended his re-election campaign, and Republicans are expected to try to nominate him for a county clerkship in hopes of removing him from the ballot.<... Read More

Confirmation hearing from Trump's SCOTUS pick, Brett Kavanaugh, set for September

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump’s nominee to be the next justice on the Supreme Court –- Judge Brett Kavanaugh -– is set for a confirmation hearing on Sept. 4, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee announced Friday.<... Read More

White House slams Omarosa Manigault Newman's new book as 'riddled with lies and false accusations'

(WASHINGTON) -- Omarosa Manigault Newman became a household name playing the villain on Donald Trump’s hit reality television show, “The Apprentice.”

And after being fired by President Trump's White House, she is now once... Read More

Trump puts pressure on Turkey by doubling down on tariffs

(BEDMINSTER, N.J.) -- President Donald Trump announced Friday that he is doubling tariffs on steel and aluminum from Turkey amid heightened tensions between the two nations.

Trump made his unexpected announcement on Twitter from his golf c... Read More

‘Manhattan Madam’ expected to appear before Mueller grand jury

(WASHINGTON) -- Kristin Davis, a former upscale-prostitution-ring operator once known as the "Manhattan Madam," is expected to testify before a grand jury in Washington, D.C., Friday in connection to special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russia... Read More

Police brace to be 'guardians of democracy' as white supremacists descend on DC

(CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.) -- "Guardians of democracy."

That’s how the chief of the U.S. Park Police, Robert MacLean, described the role of law enforcement officers in the nation's capital this weekend as hundreds of white supremacists a... Read More

Trump blasts NFL players for kneeling during anthem

(WASHINGTON) -- President Trump blasted NFL players who took a knee in protest during preseason games, saying that players who fail to stand during the national anthem should be "suspended without pay."

The president's latest broadside aga... Read More

At DEF CON '18 kids challenged to hack election results websites, voting machines

(NEW YORK) -- At DEF CON, one of the world’s largest hacking conferences, hackers clad in black hoodies made headlines last year when they exposed an array of structural vulnerabilities in voting technology, successfully hacking into every voti... Read More

‘Manhattan Madam’ expected to appear before Mueller grand jury

(WASHINGTON) -- Kristin Davis, a former upscale-prostitution-ring operator once known as the "Manhattan Madam," is expected to testify before a grand jury in Washington, D.C., Friday in connection to special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russia... Read More

Study shows immigrants cost the healthcare system less than US-born Americans

(WASHINGTON) -- Slightly over half of Americans -- 52 percent -- believe that immigrants are a financial burden on the U.S. healthcare system, and two thirds believe that undocumented immigrants should not be eligible for social services provided by ... Read More

Documents seized in Cohen raids turned over to prosecutors

(WASHINGTON) -- A chapter in the criminal investigation into President Donald Trump’s former personal attorney and fixer Michael Cohen ended Thursday.

Four months after the FBI raided Cohen’s home, office and hotel, the third p... Read More

The Trump campaign wants to sell Space Force gear, and they're asking you to pick a design

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump’s campaign wants to start selling a new Space Force themed line of merchandise, and they are soliciting votes on which design to use.

In June, Trump ordered the Department of Defense and the Pen... Read More

Kobach, set to oversee possible recount, sees lead shrink in Kansas gubernatorial race

(TOPEKA, Kan.) -- Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, leading by just 121 votes in the state's Republican gubernatorial primary, has no plans to recuse himself from a potential recount in the race, despite the fact that he leads the same office th... Read More

Federal court says EPA must revoke pesticide connected to health problems in children

(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) -- A federal court on Thursday ordered the EPA to stop allowing a pesticide to be used that advocates and the agency's own review have said causes health issues in children.

The pesticide chlorpyrifos is used on crops ... Read More