Presidential distrust extends beyond Russia to assessments on North Korea, Iran, climate change and the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.
Officials are preparing to unveil sanctions, declassified intelligence and indictments as part of a coordinated multiagency announcement this week.
Kevin McAleenan, commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, testifies Tuesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Maryland man says U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials racially profiled him, violated his rights.
The report on the hunger crisis comes as U.S. lawmakers step up criticism of military support for the Saudi-led coalition battling rebels.
The largest increase was recorded at U.S. ports of entry, where long lines of asylum seekers have formed.
James J. Grazioplene retired from the Army in 2005 and lives in Northern Virginia.
Flurry of court filings show that the special counsel is still waiting to reveal his conclusions about possible conspiracy.
Federal prosecutors in New York argue for “substantial” prison time for Michael Cohen, Trump’s ex-lawyer.
“He was my first choice since day one,” the president said of Barr, who served as attorney general in the George H.W. Bush administration.
Twitter feud erupted as former secretary of state gives his first public remarks since he was fired.
The opportunity to name the top U.S. officer represents an important way in which the president will shape the military.
The Democrat wants more investment in military cybertechnology, more cybersecurity research and tougher punishment for nations that violate international norms.
Officials acknowledged that an ethics office had received requests for guidance, and responded, about whether the acting attorney general should recuse himself.
Nauert is the latest transplant from Fox News to be elevated to positions in the White House.