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Comments over drinks led to Russian collusion investigation

An Australian diplomat’s tip appears to have helped persuade the FBI to investigate Russian meddling in the U.S. election and possible coordination with the...

Transgender military enlistments OK…for now

The Justice Department has made clear its proposed ban on transgender military recruits is on hold, meaning their enlistment can start Monday. But the future...

Emails from Clinton released by State Dept.

The State Department has released emails from Huma Abedin, a top aide to Hillary Clinton, that were found by the FBI on her husband’s...

No holiday war zone visits for Trump’s defense secretary

For only the second time since 9/11, America’s defense secretary didn’t visit U.S. troops in a war zone during December, breaking a long-standing tradition...

Trump’s latest Twitter target: Global warming

President Donald Trump says the East Coast “could use a little bit of that good old Global Warming” as bitterly cold temperatures are expected...

Somehow, Trump and Congress made it through the year

Donald Trump’s unpredictable, pugnacious approach to the presidency often worked against him as Republicans navigated a tumultuous but ultimately productive year in Congress. Trump’s major...

Stop lawless monster Trump

  With the New Year arriving next Monday night, this might be a good time to come up with some resolutions I wish I could...

Alabama ignores Moore’s rants, certifies Jones as Senator

Democrat Doug Jones’ historic victory over Republican Roy Moore was declared official Thursday as Alabama election officials certified him the winner of the special...

Moore tries lawsuit to reverse Alabama Senate loss

Republican Roy Moore filed a lawsuit to try to stop Alabama from certifying Democrat Doug Jones as the winner of the U.S. Senate race. The...

Trump undermines his own claims about Comey firing

When President Donald Trump fired James Comey in May, he said he was acting on the recommendation of Justice Department leaders who had faulted...