In an Oval Office meeting, McCabe — the acting FBI director at the time — told President Trump that he didn’t vote in the election, officials said. Trump also vented his anger over donations that McCabe’s wife, a Democrat, received for her failed 2015 Virginia state Senate bid. One official said the conversation is of interest to special counsel Robert S. Mueller III.
Democratic lawmakers urged Facebook and Twitter to investigate what lawmakers said are Russian efforts to promote the release of a classified Republican memo criticizing the FBI probe of Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election.
Maame Biney, 17, is the first African American woman to qualify for an American speedskating team at the Olympics. At the PyeongChang Games next month, she could be one of the most improbable, unforgettable and charismatic members of the U.S. Olympic team.
Hopes for a fresh start on immigration slammed into political reality as the Senate’s top Democrat, facing backlash from liberals that he’d been too accommodating, rescinded the wall offer and the White House called an emerging bipartisan compromise “dead on arrival.”
Google outspent all other companies in 2017 to influence Washington, highlighting both the sprawling reach of the country's thriving tech industry and the rising concern by regulators and lawmakers about its ascendance.
President Trump’s trade hawks have been building a case that Narendra Modi’s government is engaged in precisely the sort of unfair trade practices that the Indian leader decried in a speech swiping at Trump’s “America First” approach.
A North Carolina girl is among at least 30 children across the country who have died from the flu during a season that has seen a rapid increase in the number of older people and children being hospitalized.
What looked like electrical tape on Brady’s injured hand was really kinesiology tape designed to relieve pain and support muscles, tendons and ligaments. How it came to the New England Patriots quarterback is a wild story.
Ursula K. Le Guin, known for “The Left Hand of Darkness” and the acclaimed Earthsea series for young adults, crafted novels that grappled with issues of gender inequality, racism and environmental destruction while featuring magical or extraterrestrial characters.