Trump Says White House Official Who Briefed Reporters In Person 'Doesn't Exist'Reporters listened to that official, in person and on the phone, on Thursday during a White House-sanctioned background briefing.
LGBT Wedding Cake Supreme Court Decision Looms, More Cases LikelyThe result was hard to predict based on arguments in December. But however the justices rule, it won't be their last word on the topic.
Paul Manafort's Trial In Virginia Pushed Back To July 24Judge T.S. Ellis said the delay is "owing to a family member's medical procedure," without providing further details.
Illinois House Nixes Plan To Use Drones For Crowd-MonitoringChicago Democratic Rep. John D'Amico said that drones can help prevent mass shootings like the one last year at a Las Vegas music festival.
Senator Tammy Duckworth Supports #TakeAKnee MovementSenator Tammy Duckworth took to social media to express support for NFL players who protest racial injustice during the national anthem.
EPA: Pruitt Spent $3.5M On Security During First Year In OfficeThe embattled cabinet secretary has remained in Mr. Trump's good graces despite being the target of at least 10 investigations into various potential ethical violations.
Immigration Talks In Congress Hinge On DACA CitizenshipRepublican leaders -- who have been squeezed by insurrections on either flank of their members -- are trying to find a sweet spot between moderates and conservatives.
Lawmaker Charging Retaliation Wants Complaint System ChangesChicago Democratic Rep. Kelly Cassidy says the current process for investigating ethics complaints in the Legislature is not independent.
Paul Ryan: America Needs CatholicismHouse Speaker Paul Ryan made the case Thursday for Catholicism as a faith that can help solve the country's problems.
A Former Spy Inside Al Qaeda SpeaksThe secret agent who was arguably the West's most important spy inside al Qaeda has never told his full story - until now.
President Donald Trump Cancels North Korea Summit With Kim Jong UnPresident Trump has cancelled the upcoming summit between the United States and the North Koreans in a new letter released on Thursday.
'I Felt Paranoia': U.S. Troops Guarding Nuclear Missiles Took LSD"Although this sounds like something from a movie, it isn't," said Capt. Charles Grimsley, the lead prosecutor of one of several courts martial.