Sen. Menendez bribery case mistrial: What now?U.S. District Court Judge William Walls declared a mistrial in the corruption case against Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) after the jury found itself in a deadlock. What's next in the case?The Senate Ethics Committee on Thursday “severely admonished” New Jersey Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez for accepting gifts over a six-year period from a wealthy donor, saying his actions brought “discredit upon the Senate.”The committee’s six Republicans and Democrats wrote
Recovered text messages exchanged by anti-Trump FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page have been delivered to numerous congressional committees, sources say.
Former Vice President Joe Biden recently told MSNBC's Rev. Al Sharpton that the GOP wants voter identification laws for one reason.
In an overwhelming vote, the Broward Sheriff's Office Deputies Association announced it has "no confidence" in Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel and is going to ask Florida Governor Rick Scott to remove him from office over his handling of the Parkland shooting.Out of the 628 officers in the union, 534 voted that they had no confidence in Sheriff Israel. Union President Jeff Bell said that it was the "union's first vote of no confidence against
A view of AT&T Stadium as preparations for the upcoming NFL football draft are underway in Arlington, Texas, Sunday, April
Prosecutors seeking to pore over documents seized from President Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, won't be able to use a "taint
Congress could save tens of billions of dollars by addressing a slew of recommendations, including 65 new ones, according to
By Printus LeBlanc There is fight brewing in Congress over the funding of a local transportation project. Senators and House Members
Huawei Technologies scrapped plans for a bond sale following revelations that the Justice Department is investigating whether the Chinese cellular
Cheers! Space beer is now a thingWhat could be the biggest breakthrough in science, space beer is now a thing.
Bradley Crate, the Trump campaign's treasurer, issued a statement Thursday afternoon chalking up the confusion to a "reasonable misunderstanding" based