• President Trump’s interpreter in meeting with Putin may have the answers

    U.S. lawmakers eager to learn what went on in the private meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin are demanding answers from the only other American in the room: Trump’s interpreter. But forcing an interpreter to publicly disclose the details of a confidential conversation between world leaders...
  • Donald Trump Plans to Invite Vladimir Putin to Washington This Fall, White House Says

    President Donald Trump wants Russian President Vladmir Putin to come to Washington, D.C., this fall, the White House said Thursday. Press secretary Sarah Sanders announced the news on Twitter, writing: “In Helsinki, @POTUS agreed to ongoing working level dialogue between the two security council staffs. President Trump asked @Ambjohnbolton...
  • Trump Administration ordering children under age 1 to court and some without legal representation

    The Trump administration has reportedly ordered at least 70 children under the age of 1 to appear before immigration judges since last October, with some appearing without any legal representation. Department of Justice data revealed by the Texas Tribune and Kaiser Health News on Wednesday also showed that the number of infants made to...
  • Explosion at Army Depot injuring 4 people and 3 seriously

    Four people were injured Thursday in an explosion at a Pennsylvania Army depot housing missiles and ammunition — and three of those hurt were airlifted in serious condition to hospitals in the Baltimore-area, officials said. Col. Steven Ledbetter, the commander at Letterkenny Army Depot, said a small explosion and...
  • This time President Trump is not agreeing with Putin

    President Donald Trump now disagrees with a proposal raised by his Russian counterpartto interrogate Americans in exchange for assistance in the FBI’sRussia probe, the White House said on Thursday, another reversal in a week of cleanup following a maligned summit with Vladimir Putin. “It is a proposal that was made...
  • Maxine Waters warns there could be possible armed attacks against her

    Rep. Maxine Waters warned supporters on Wednesday of potential “armed protests” against her after an extremist group called for ongoing demonstrations outside her office in Los Angeles. In a lengthy statement issued late Wednesday, Waters, D-Calif., said she’d been notified about forthcoming protests by the Oath Keepers, which she...
  • Congressman makes disparaging comments about women on the radio

    A Republican congressman from Minnesota made several misogynistic remarks during radio interviews over the years, including one about it being unfair that people can’t call women “sluts” anymore, according to a report from CNN. Rep. Jason Lewis repeatedly insulted and demeaned women as host of a syndicated radio show...
  • Judge denies Paul Manafort request

    A federal judge on Wednesday denied a request by President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort to suppress evidence seized by the FBI from his home as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing probe into whether Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign colluded with Russia. Manafort’s lawyers had sought...
  • Prosecutors say accused Russian agent tried to make a trade for influence

    The gun-loving Russian woman charged with being an unregistered foreign agent who cozied up to politicians to infiltrate the U.S. political system tried to swap sex for influence, prosecutors alleged Wednesday. The “Red Sparrow” scenario was unveiled in a memorandum that laid out reasons why prosecutors believe Mariia Butina,...