A bipartisan group of Senate Judiciary Committee leaders is examining former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s alleged interference in the Hillary Clinton email investigation. The group is seeking details about Lynch's communication with a Clinton campaign aide, Amanda Renteria, as well as copies
The man who stabbed a police officer at the Bishop International Airport in Flint, Michigan, left the officer with an approximately 12-inch long laceration from his Adam's apple to the back of his neck, a hospital official said this morning. Lt. Jeff Neville was assaulted outside the airport'
Trump in a Fox News interview that aired Friday was asked whether he thinks Mueller should recuse himself from the Russia probe he is leading. "Well, he is very, very good friends with Comey, which is very bothersome," Trump said. Trump fired Comey in May, shortly after which Mueller was
A former U.S. diplomat, who said he counseled Otto Warmbier’s family for over a year after he was detained in North Korea, said the conversation he had with the family after they learned Otto’s dire medical condition was one of the most emotional of his career. “It was a very, very, very emotional exchange
The family of Michael Brown, an African American teen whose fatal shooting by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, sparked large-scale protests, has settled its lawsuit against the city for $1.5 million, said Apollo Carey, the city attorney for Ferguson. The settlement amount was paid by the
The Canadian man accused of stabbing an airport police officer outside the Transportation Security Administration screening area at a Michigan airport Wednesday had allegedly tried to buy a gun in the United States but failed, David Gelios of the FBI said. The suspect, Amor Ftouhi, who is now in custody
Senate Republican leaders unveiled what they called a "discussion draft" of their long-awaited health care bill, a part of the party's ongoing efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Four Republican senators have already come out in opposition to the Senate bill, the Better
The director of the Bishop International Airport in Flint, Michigan, believes a maintenance worker saved the life of the airport police officer who was stabbed in the neck during an attack Wednesday that is being investigated as an act of terrorism. The maintenance worker, who was not identified, jumped
Bloomberg said that opposing a president just because of one's alignment with another party is the wrong approach. "He's our president, and we need this country to be run well. I didn't vote for him," Bloomberg added.
The condition of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise has been upgraded to fair, a week after he was shot while participating in a practice with members of the Republican congressional baseball team. "Congressman Steve Scalise continues to make good progress," said the MedStar Washington Hospital
The Russian deputy foreign minister has canceled his meeting with his American counterpart –- a long-planned summit to address more minor problems in the relationship –- because of the updated U.S. sanctions announced yesterday. Under Secretary of State Tom Shannon is traveling to London now, but he
The Trump Organization wants its tax bill cut in half at one of its high-end golf clubs, part of a longstanding Trump practice of using legal challenges and appeals to lower his corporate tax bills. President Donald Trump’s company, now run by his adult sons, Donald Jr.
It was supposed to be the race that would give Democrats their groove back, a chance to claim blue turf inside red territory and signal the political perils of Trumpism in districts across the country. Far from putting the Republicans on notice, Democrats' disappointing results in Georgia's
A Georgia judge said today the death penalty is the "expressed intention" for inmates Donnie Russell Rowe and Ricky Dubose, who were on the run for over 48 hours after one of them shot and killed two correctional officers. A Putnam County judge did not grant bond for the men. Rowe and Dubose
The family of Otto Warmbier, an American college student who died just days after North Korea released him from prison in a coma, declined an autopsy, leaving his cause of death a medical mystery for now. The Hamilton County Coroner's Office in Ohio examined Warmbier's body after he died on
Asked if President Trump believes the Russians interfered in the 2016 presidential election, White House press secretary Sean Spicer told reporters this week he hasn’t had a chance to talk to his boss the about that issue. “I’d be glad to touch base and get back to you,” Spicer responded. At White
One of the most expensive and highly publicized congressional races in U.S. history reached its conclusion Tuesday night, after voters in Georgia's 6th Congressional District voted to elect Republican Karen Handel to fill the seat vacated by Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price. Handel
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is seeking custody of the Salvadoran man who is accused of murdering a 17-year-old Muslim girl near a Virginia mosque this weekend, officials said. Darwin Martinez Torres, 22, has been detained for the murder of Nabra Hassanen of Reston, Virginia, after he allegedly
The fate of a Massachusetts man accused of killing a 2-year-old who was nicknamed "Baby Doe" after her unidentified body washed up on a beach is now in the hands of a jury. Michael McCarthy is accused of murdering 2-year-old Bella Bond, the daughter of his then-girlfriend Rachelle Bond, in
A Russian fighter jet came within five feet of a U.S. Air Force reconnaissance aircraft over the Baltic Sea on Monday, in an encounter the American pilot determined was unsafe. The incident occurred Monday morning as an RC-135 reconnaissance aircraft flew in international airspace above the Baltic Sea