The chairmen of six House committees are laying the groundwork to try to pressure newly confirmed Attorney General William Barr into releasing the findings of the two-year Russia investigation.

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The 16 attorneys general ask a federal court for a preliminary injunction to prevent the president from moving ahead.

Stone posted a photograph of the judge to his Instagram page that included her name, a close-up of her face and what appeared to be the crosshairs of a gun sight near her head.

The president, in an address Monday to Venezuelans who have fled the socialist government, urged senior military leaders to back President Nicolás Maduro’s rival as the country’s leader.

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Roger Stone takes the stand — and much ridiculousness ensues

Stone's shifting arguments didn't convince the judge, and it's not difficult to see why.

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Roger Stone’s dirty tricks just caught up with him

A judge rebuked Stone on Thursday for a suggestive social media post about her. And Stone's past made it difficult to give him the benefit of the doubt.

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Last week, Trump admitted his wall wasn’t being built. Now, he’s back to misleading.

An exchange that some people missed last week.

“I would say it’s better for the middle school kids in Kentucky to have a secure border,” Graham said.

The State Board of Elections opened a hearing with explosive allegations that Leslie McCrae Dowless tried to cover his tracks and encouraged witnesses to lie. No evidence has emerged that Republican Harris knew of the alleged scheme.

President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency has been hit with several lawsuits, and lawmakers are divided as to whether the move is legitimate or constitutes a power grab that must be stopped.

President Trump hurled sharp criticism at Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein on Monday morning, accusing him of engaging in “illegal and treasonous” activity. The president trained his ire on...

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Trump is yet again lifting up extreme language from Fox News to fit his political goals.

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The best the president can hope for is that, after a long delay, he will get to start building a wall.

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Paramilitary groups that fought together against the Islamic State are competing against each other for power, legitimacy and resources.

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Sen. Lindsey O. Graham, who chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee, called the former acting FBI director’s claim “beyond stunning.”

The disgraced former congressman pleaded guilty in 2017 to exchanging obscene messages with a minor.

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In this edition: Kamala Harris on the trail, Beto O'Rourke causing trouble, and a many-way race for mayor of Chicago.

On ABC News’s “This Week,” Weld also criticized Trump for declaring a national emergency on the border with Mexico. “It’s just no way to run a railroad,” he said.

The State Department spokeswoman said the past two months had been “grueling.”

Acting defense secretary Patrick Shanahan said he had license to determine a final figure from designated military construction funds.

Unsatisfied with the funding in a bill passed by Congress, President Trump took executive action to try to secure about $6.5 billion more for border barriers.

President Trump and his political team plan to make his years long quest for a border wall one of the primary thrusts of his reelection effort.

In address at annual Munich Security Conference, the vice president also scolded NATO members over growing interaction with Russia.

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For GOP lawmakers, loyalty with President Trump remains a one-way street. Having lost two rounds of negotiations, he dismissed their warnings and showed contempt for the separation of powers.

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