President Trump again calls Russian election interference a 'hoax'

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump called Russian interference in the 2016 election a "hoax" again Friday morning, a day after Facebook said it would turn over some 3,000 Russia-linked political ads purchased during the 2016 election to congressi... Read More

Former FBI chief James Comey has speech interrupted by protesters

(WASHINGTON) -- Former FBI Director James Comey was interrupted by protesters Friday before his convocation address at Howard University in Washington, D.C.

Protestors in the upper level of the university’s Cramton Auditorium started... Read More

Trump travels to Alabama to campaign for Luther Strange ahead of Senate runoff

(MONTGOMERY, Ala.) -- President Donald Trump will visit Alabama Friday to campaign ahead of the Senate runoff for the Republican primary to fill the seat left vacant by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Trump, who won the state by a nearly 2... Read More

Roy Moore supporters embrace Trump at rally without actually mentioning him

(MONTGOMERY, Ala.) -- At his post-debate outdoor rally, Judge Roy Moore’s high-profile supporters sought to cast him simultaneously as an outsider and a candidate who will fulfill President Donald Trump’s agenda -- not an easy task consid... Read More

Five moments that mattered in the Alabama Senate debate

(MONTGOMERY, Ala.) -- Sen. Luther Strange and former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore faced off Thursday night in the only debate before the runoff election for the Republican nomination next Tuesday to replace Attorney General Jeff Sessions i... Read More

Doctors, insurance companies and patient groups slam Graham-Cassidy

(WASHINGTON) -- Insurance companies, doctors, patients, hospitals and other patient-provider groups are rallying together against the Graham-Cassidy plan, saying it could result in millions losing access to affordable health care and coverage.
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Congressional investigators zoning in on Manafort communication with liaison abroad

(WASHINGTON) -- Sources with knowledge of the investigation surrounding former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort tell ABC News a key focus for congressional investigators is emails between Manafort and his longtime associate Konstantin Kilimnik.<... Read More

Blue states will lose the most funding under Republican health plan

(WASHINGTON) -- A new analysis finds that blue states could lose a significant amount of federal funding for health care under the Graham-Cassidy bill.

The Kaiser Family Foundation estimates that if Graham-Cassidy became law, the federal g... Read More

Inspector general reviewing requests to probe HHS Secretary Tom Price's private jet travel

(WASHINGTON) -- The inspector general's office at the Department of Health and Human Services is reviewing requests to investigate the private jet travel of the agency's chief, Tom Price, who reportedly chartered five flights last week, drawing wides... Read More

Sean Spicer defends brief White House tenure

(WASHINGTON) -- Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer acknowledges that he has "made mistakes," but says that for those who "want some blanket apology," "that's not happening."

"I made mistakes," Spicer, who's been out at the Whit... Read More

'Indivisible' activist group takes aim at Obamacare repeal bill

(WASHINGTON) -- The liberal activist group "Indivisible," a primary force behind the big anti-Donald Trump protest marches this spring and those raucous summer town halls, is now running full steam to stop the latest GOP effort to repeal and replace ... Read More

Roy Moore’s defiant road to become US senator

(MONTGOMERY, Ala.) -- In his nearly three decades in the public eye, Roy Moore has never been one to shy away from controversy or confrontation.

Whether it’s the public display of the Ten Commandments or his refusal to enforce the U.... Read More

Sen. Van Hollen confident Democrats will invest in Alabama's heated Senate race

(WASHINGTON) -- Sen. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., expressed confidence in the Democratic Party's position in the upcoming Alabama Senate race, where he said there is a “full-blown Republican civil, political war.”

“We all kno... Read More

Mueller inquired about Comey and Flynn firings, Russia meeting: Sources

(WASHINGTON) -- Special counsel Robert Mueller sent a letter to the White House inquiring about a number of topics, including the firings of former FBI Director James Comey and National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and an Oval Office meeting betwee... Read More