At least 28 Afghan refugees with
Federal judge’s lenient treatment for Devon Archer renews debate about a dual system of justice, as Jan. 6 and Russia defendants faced travel restrictions.
Withheld from public for five years, memo conflicts with Democrats’ official narrative that president’s son had no impact on U.S. anti-corruption efforts in Ukraine.
Biden’s decision to use the MLK holiday as a backdrop to push his voting bill exposed another rift: There isn’t even agreement in the late civil rights leader’s own family about the need for the legislation.
Republican are now even with Democrats for the first time in polling among Latino voters.
Though election is a year away, House Republicans already know what they want to investigate and who they want to subpoena.
Americans can now see with their own eyes what progressive have tried to deny, and the consequences are showing up in polling.
Lawyer Harriet Hageman using Cheney decision to drop from Natural Resources Committee as point of attack.
Police make clear in court filings they believe Darrell Brooks intentionally drove his SUV toward people to cause greatest harm, undercutting early narrative of anonymous media sources.
Civil, criminal case records create portrait of how Igor Danchenko allegedly misled America as primary source for Christopher Steele dossier.