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For the next two days, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is likely to be treated as the nation’s scorn as he faces a grueling Capitol Hill interrogation over why the social media giant allowed a data-mining company to get the personal information from at least 87 million users.
A number of President Trump’s top appointees have been battling allegations of misconduct, from petty to profound, creating a growing distraction for his administration.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak ditched his Facebook account and excoriated Mark Zuckerberg on Monday, saying the CEO buys surrounding properties to ensure his own privacy whle forsaking his users.
Some National Guard members have started arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border with more expected as federal government officials continue to discuss what they'll do about illegal immigration.
The Republican governors of three states along the U.S.-Mexico border pledged a total of 1,600 National Guard troops to the frontier Monday -- close to half the maximum number President Trump requested to help crack down on illegal immigration and smuggling.
President Trump reacted angrily Monday to news that federal agents had raided the office and home of his personal attorney, Michael Cohen -- calling the action a "disgraceful situation" and describing special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation as "an attack on our country."
The state of California is appealing a court ruling that upheld President Donald Trump’s authority to waive environmental reviews for his proposed border wall with Mexico.
President Trump told reporters Monday night that the U.S. will respond "forcefully" to this past weekend's suspected chemical attack in Syria, but declined to discuss when such a response would occur.
The FBI raided President Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen’s home, office and hotel room Monday to seize a collection of documents, Fox News has confirmed.
Attorneys for Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens have accused prosecutors of withholding exculpatory testimony from a woman who has accused Greitens of invading her privacy by taking a nonconsensual photo of her while she was partially nude.
Federal agents have seized documents from President Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen, The Associated Press and other news agencies reported Monday, citing Cohen's attorney.
Governor Rick Scott’s longtime Press Secretary Jereima Bustamante died Sunday night after the boat she was in crashed in the Florida Keys.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth has become the first sitting member of the “world’s greatest deliberative body” to give birth while in office.
Former President Barack Obama's National Security Council spokesman admitted President Trump "was handed a mess" with Syria, but added Trump still hasn't curbed the brutality of Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime.
Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch claims she and former President Bill Clinton spoke of only “innocuous things” during their controversial meeting on a tarmac in Arizona just days before the FBI decided it would not recommend criminal charges against Hillary Clinton for her handling of classified information on her private email server in 2016.
President Trump on Monday called the suspected chemical attack in Syria over the weekend “atrocious” and said the United States will make “major decisions” about its response over the next 24 to 48 hours.
The Justice Department appointed a U.S. attorney on Monday to oversee the production of documents responsive to a subpoena issued by the House Judiciary Committee last month in an effort to obtain materials related to the FBI’s probe into Hillary Clinton’s private email server and potential Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act abuses.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg arrives Monday on Capitol Hill for a series of expected private meetings with lawmakers -- ahead of his much-anticipated testimony this week on how the social media giant allowed a data-mining company to get personal information from at least 87 million users.
Florida GOP Gov. Rick Scott will run for Senate against Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson, The Associated Press reported Monday.