The 85-year-old California lawmaker, elected after Anita Hill and Clarence Thomas, is in the middle of an explosive cultural, political and social firestorm.
In lobbying the president, conservative Republicans made a final push before the midterms to undercut Mueller’s Russia probe.
The report by the Justice Department's Office of Inspector General points to three areas the Bureau of Prisons fails to adequately provide for female prisoners — trauma treatment, pregnancy programs and access to feminine hygiene products.
Supreme Court nominee rehearses for the hearing during a two-hour “murder board.”
Florida Gov. Rick Scott, a GOP candidate for U.S. Senate in the state, was confronted by protesters Sept. 17 at Mojo’s Real Cuban restaurant in Venice, Fla.
James Bryce, a police officer, criticizes the anti-police rhetoric of Democratic candidate Randy Bryce.
With her husband, Justice Department official Bruce Ohr, she has become a target in the president’s effort to discredit Robert S. Mueller III’s probe of his campaign.
The Judiciary Committee faces a quandary similar to 1991 with a divisive nominee, an allegation of sexual wrongdoing and political implications for an upcoming election.
Senate passed overwhelmingly a package of bills aimed at addressing the nation's opioids epidemic.
The goal is to “improve outcomes for existing L Fund participants while not unreasonably increasing risk levels,” the TSP staff says.
The "high-three" average salary is used in setting a federal employee's retirement benefit, but not all forms of compensation count toward it.