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An Environmental Protection Agency official is expected to meet this week with congressional investigators to discuss his concerns, which include wasteful spending at the agency, a source familiar with the matter told CNN.
President Donald Trump's latest tirade against Robert Mueller's investigation does not appear to have prompted many Capitol Hill Republicans to reconsider the need for legislation to protect the special counsel.
The search warrant behind Monday's raids on the office and hotel room of President Donald Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, included a request for documents related to Cohen's ownership of taxi medallions, two sources familiar with the matter tell CNN.
President Donald Trump begins an all-out diplomatic sprint this week with his national security team in flux and his anger boiling over at the special counsel's Russia investigation.
Former House Speaker John Boehner, who helped lead Republicans to win the House majority in 2010, will hit the road this summer in an effort to help save it.
Two Democratic senators say they have evidence that shows the Environmental Protection Agency may be overstating the need for 24/7 security and first class travel for Administrator Scott Pruitt.
White House homeland security adviser Tom Bossert is resigning, the White House confirmed on Tuesday.
The top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee said Tuesday that if President Donald Trump were to fire special counsel Robert Mueller, "it would be suicide."
After a day of Capitol Hill courtesy calls, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will testify on Tuesday afternoon about the social network's rash of recent controversies, as members of the Senate Judiciary and Commerce committees line up to deliver the questions — and, surely, a few potshots at the embattled executive.
A Republican congressman said Tuesday he disagrees with President Donald Trump's assertion that an FBI raid on the office and hotel room of Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, is an "an attack on our country."
The top Democrats on six of the House's key committees are appealing directly to Speaker Paul Ryan to help them obtain documents from the Trump administration related to election hacking during the 2016 contest.
For all the drama surrounding his coming testimony, the public portions of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Capitol Hill visit this week are expected to be mostly one-sided, as congressional inquisitors chew up the scenery and compete to deliver the most damning rhetorical indictment of his company's business practices.
President Donald Trump scrapped a planned trip to South America, set to begin Friday, to monitor the American response to chemical weapons use in Syria, the White House said on Tuesday.
While preparing for his new role, Secretary of State-designate Mike Pompeo reached out to every living former secretary of state, including Hillary Clinton, a source close to Pompeo who is familiar with his preparation told CNN.
Search warrant documents used by special counsel Robert Mueller's investigators reveal how agents zeroed in on potential criminal activity related to Paul Manafort's time as Donald Trump's campaign chairman.
President Donald Trump declared Tuesday morning that "attorney-client privilege is dead" the day after the FBI raided the office of Michael Cohen, Trump's personal lawyer and confidant.
Roger Stone said in July 2016 Russians were 'most likely' behind WikiLeaks emails and doing it to help Trump
Longtime Trump associate Roger Stone said several times in July 2016 that Russia was most likely the source for hacked emails released during the Democratic National Convention and that it was not far-fetched to say the purpose was to help Donald Trump's presidential campaign, according to a CNN KFile review of Stone's interviews and appearances.