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This is Trump's model for losing Congress and winning re-election

Analysis by Z. Byron Wolf with visuals by Joyce Tseng, CNN More>>

Senate Judiciary Committee proposes Wednesday hearing with Ford testifying first

By Phil Mattingly, Dana Bash, Manu Raju, Devan Cole and Sunlen Serfaty, CNN More>>

5 Questions after reading the Rod Rosenstein bombshell report

Analysis by Chris Cillizza, CNN Editor-at-large More>>

US Army unlikely to hit 2018 recruitment goal

By Barbara Starr, CNN Pentagon Correspondent More>>

The allegations of abuse against Keith Ellison aren't going away

Analysis by Chris Cillizza, CNN Editor-at-large More>>

US sanctions Chinese military for buying Russian weapons

By Nicole Gaouette and Marshall Cohen, CNN More>>

Ford lawyers say she is open to testifying, but not Monday

By Eli Watkins, Gloria Borger, Jim Acosta and Sunlen Serfaty, CNN More>>

Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation chances just took a hit

Analysis by Chris Cillizza, CNN Editor-at-large More>>

Senators' Gmail accounts targeted by foreign hackers

By Donie O'Sullivan and Alex Marquardt, CNN More>>

Donald Trump says he's 'not a conspiratorial person.' Um...

Analysis by Chris Cillizza, CNN Editor-at-large More>>

Brett Kavanaugh's bitter nomination has been years in the making

Analysis by Chris Cillizza, CNN Editor-at-large More>>

Kavanaugh accuser may still testify; indications are Friday morning deadline could slip

By Sunlen Serfaty, Clare Foran, Jim Acosta, Elizabeth Landers and Manu Raju, CNN More>>

Kavanaugh case shows how little has changed for Judiciary Committee

Analysis by Joan Biskupic, CNN legal analyst and Supreme Court biographer More>>

Top Hill Republicans offer mixed reactions to Trump's Puerto Rico tweets

Top Hill Republicans are having mixed reactions to a series of Thursday tweets from President Donald Trump where he falsely accused Democrats of conflating the death toll after two Hurricanes hit Puerto Rico last year. More>>

US sanctions North Korea tech firms based in China, Russia

The US announced new sanctions against North Korea Thursday, taking aim at a Chinese company, its North Korean CEO and its Russia-based sister company. More>>

China welcomes US offer of talks as tariffs loom on $200 billion of goods

China has welcomed an offer from the Trump administration to talk trade despite a US threat to impose steep new tariffs on a huge range of Chinese goods. More>>

Hill negotiators reach deal to keep government funded through December 7

House and Senate negotiators reached bipartisan agreement on a package of spending bills, as well as a continuing resolution to fund the remainder of the government through December 7 and forestall a potential government... More>>

Democrats send 'information' concerning Kavanaugh nomination to FBI

Senate Democrats have referred information concerning the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the FBI, they said Thursday, and called for the Judiciary Committee to delay a vote. More>>

Donald Trump's absolutely mind-boggling assault on facts is actually picking up steam

On his 601st day in office, President Donald Trump broke what many people might have assumed was an unbreakable barrier: He said his 5,000th thing that was either totally false or partially untrue. More>>

Top Florida Republicans distance themselves from Trump's false claims on Puerto Rican death toll

Two of Florida's top Republicans on Thursday distanced themselves from President Donald Trump's false claim that Hurricane Maria did not kill nearly 3,000 people in Puerto Rico last year, despite an estimate accepted by... More>>

Trump facing Florence with praise and pique

President Donald Trump was hunkering in Washington on Thursday as winds from Hurricane Florence began lashing the Carolina coast, his mind split between emergency preparations, long-simmering grievances over the Russia... More>>

CNN Poll: Democrats' midterm advantage holds among likely voters

Democrats maintain a wide lead over Republicans in the race for control of the House of Representatives, a new CNN Poll conducted by SSRS finds, including a 10-point lead among those most likely to turn out this November. More>>

Betsy DeVos loses lawsuit after delaying student loan protection rule

A federal judge ruled that the Betsy Devos-led Department of Education improperly delayed implementing a rule to give some student loan borrowers relief. More>>

Some separated parents may get second shot to stay in US

Attorneys for separated children and families have reached an agreement with the administration that would allow the government to resume deporting reunited families --- but only after they get a chance to make an asylum... More>>

Committee vote delayed for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to next week

The Senate Judiciary Committee's vote on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has been delayed until next week. More>>

Donald Trump's hurricane tweets show he can always go lower

On Thursday morning, Donald Trump tweeted: More>>

Trump falsely claims nearly 3,000 Americans in Puerto Rico 'did not die'

Nearly 3,000 people died in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. President Donald Trump denied this reality as a hurricane barrels toward the Carolinas. More>>

Pentagon turns down request to send US Marines to Taiwan

The Pentagon has rejected a State Department request to deploy a detachment of US Marines to Taiwan to help safeguard the de facto American embassy there, three US officials tell CNN. More>>

There's a new No. 1 among 2020 Democrats

Take a look at the 2018 Democratic primary season and three things immediately leap out at you: More>>

FEMA administrator's government vehicle use under investigation by DHS inspector general

A senior administration official confirmed to CNN on Thursday that there is an ongoing Department of Homeland Security inspector general investigation that includes FEMA administrator Brock Long. The investigation... More>>

7 New York Democratic primary races to watch

How tight is Gov. Andrew Cuomo's grip on the New York state Democratic party? More>>

US-China tariffs: The next round could hit your Fitbit, dishwasher, and garlic seasoning

American consumers may soon get a taste of the trade tensions between the United States and China. More>>

Cynthia Nixon and progressives face Cuomo and New York's establishment juggernaut

Thursday's contests in New York represent the final, and perhaps most sensational, opportunity for the national progressive insurgency to unseat a slate of powerful Democratic incumbents. More>>

Kavanaugh contacted Kozinski after resignation because he was 'concerned about his mental health'

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh said he reached out to disgraced Judge Alex Kozinski after his resignation because he was "concerned about his mental health." More>>

Clarence Thomas takes jab at Cory Booker over 'Spartacus' comment

Justice Clarence Thomas took a jab at New Jersey Democratic Sen. Corey Booker over the "Spartacus" comment he made during Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing. More>>

Read Brett Kavanaugh's written responses to the Senate Judiciary Committee

Senate Judiciary Committee members posed over 1,000 written questions to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Read his responses here: More>>

How Brett Kavanaugh explains his baseball ticket debt

Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court nominee who has drawn scrutiny from Democrats for the thousands of dollars of credit card debt incurred by purchasing baseball tickets, says he was paid by friends for the cost of the... More>>

Kavanaugh says 'abortion-inducing drugs' quote was summarizing plaintiffs in case

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh said he had been summarizing the view of the religious group that challenged an Obamacare regulation when he referred to "abortion-inducing drugs" during his confirmation hearing last... More>>

McCain family calls GOP committee's use of his image in political attack ad 'unfortunate'

The family of John McCain, who died last month after a yearlong battle with brain cancer, rebuked the National Republican Congressional Committee on Wednesday for airing an ad in Arizona that uses video of the late senator... More>>

Kavanaugh says he did not realize Parkland victim's father was approaching him

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh said he would have shaken hands and spoken with the father of a Parkland school shooting victim last week had he realized who he was. More>>

Rhode Island governor fends off progressive primary challenger

Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo will beat back a foe supported by Bernie Sanders-inspired progressive groups in Wednesday's Democratic primary, CNN projects, setting the stage for what's expected to be a hotly contested... More>>

New York Times: Pruitt's next step could be consulting for coal baron

Former Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt has begun talks about becoming a consultant to Joseph Craft, a Kentucky coal baron, The New York Times reported Wednesday. More>>

US F-22 fighter jets intercept Russian bombers near Alaska

Two US F-22 "Raptor" fighter jets intercepted two Russian TU-95 bombers on Tuesday, according to a statement released by North American Aerospace Defense Command. More>>

Watchdog finds breakdown in communications in response to 'sonic attacks' in Cuba

A recent report from a government watchdog agency found that the State Department office tasked with deciding whether diplomatic security incidents should be further reviewed by an accountability board didn't find about... More>>

Ginsburg laments modern-day contentious confirmation hearings

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said that modern-day Supreme Court confirmation hearings have become a "highly partisan show." More>>

Whip list: Where senators stand on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh

Brett Kavanaugh is facing the confirmation of a lifetime. President Donald Trump announced in July that he is nominating the DC Appeals Court judge to the Supreme Court bench. More>>

Republicans' chances in 2018 just keepĀ getting bleaker

The relevant question at this point in the 2018 election -- 55 days before the vote -- is not whether this will be a good election for House Democrats, but rather, how good an election it will be. More>>

Trump signs measure punishing election interference

President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Wednesday meant to punish foreign entities for interfering in US elections, an attempt to demonstrate muscle on an issue he's been accused of downplaying. More>>

Susan Collins still won't say how she'll vote on Kavanaugh, will talk to him again

Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, a key GOP vote, said Wednesday that she is still reviewing Judge Brett Kavanaugh's record and plans to speak with him later in the week. More>>

Facing mounting pressure, key bipartisan senators remain unannounced on Kavanaugh

Pressure is mounting for a small group of undecided senators from each party who have about two weeks to decide how they will vote on Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh. More>>

Ex-NSA chief wishes Trump had pressed Putin on Russian election attacks

The former Director of the National Security Agency, retired Admiral Mike Rogers, said Tuesday that he thought President Donald Trump should have taken the opportunity to confront Russian President Vladimir Putin publicly... More>>

US, allies readying effort to expose North Korean sanctions violations

The US and allies are days away from launching a new effort to more publicly expose North Korean violations of sanctions aimed at curbing its nuclear and missile programs, two defense officials tell CNN. More>>

It's not just FEMA: ICE quietly got an extra $200 million

As a potentially catastrophic hurricane bears down on the East Coast of the US, the shifting of $10 million from FEMA's operating budget to fund immigration detention and deportations is drawing condemnation from Democrats. More>>

Senators quiz Pompeo on State Department's cybersecurity failures

A bipartisan group of senators called out Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for the State Department's failure to meet federal law on cybersecurity standards, including basic protocols used by major internet companies. More>>

Trump did not incite violence against protesters at a 2016 campaign rally, court rules

Three people who were pushed and shoved while protesting at a 2016 Donald Trump campaign rally cannot sue the President for inciting the crowd, a federal appeals court has ruled. More>>

Cyclist who flipped off Trump motorcade will run for local office in Virginia

Juli Briskman, who flipped off President Donald Trump's motorcade while she was bicycling last fall near the President's golf course, will run for local office in Virginia. More>>

House's No. 2 Democrat outlines what he would do with a majority

The No. 2 Democrat in the House, Minority Whip Steny Hoyer, gave a speech Wednesday highlighting some of the changes and oversight initiatives Democrats hope to launch if they win back the House majority this fall. More>>

Why 'Fear' is the perfect title for a book about Donald Trump's first year in the White House

Carlos Lozada is one of the best-read people in the country. It is, after all, his job. He's the nonfiction book critic at The Washington Post and, over the past few years, has emerged as one of the most astute, thoughtful... More>>

DC keeps Trump's liquor license intact

Washington's Alcoholic Beverage Control Board met on Wednesday to consider a review into whether President Donald Trump has the character to sell alcohol in the nation's capital. More>>

Capitol Hill's sexual harassment bill fight not expected to be resolved before Election Day

The months-long negotiations over the long-stalled sexual harassment legislation on Capitol Hill have not yielded a final product yet, with some concern starting to emerge among Senate and House negotiators that a final... More>>

Discriminatory voter laws have surged in last 5 years, federal commission finds

New state laws make voting more difficult for minorities and the Justice Department has done less to challenge those discriminatory laws since the Supreme Court struck down a core element of the 1965 Voting Rights Act five... More>>

GOP senators slam activists protesting Collins ahead of Kavanaugh vote

A group of Republican senators are defending their GOP colleague Sen. Susan Collins on Wednesday from liberal protesters pushing the the Maine senator to vote against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. More>>

George W. Bush vs. Donald Trump on hurricanes, 9/11 and everything else

What could be worse than "Brownie, you're doing a heck of a job"? More>>

Stormy Daniels writes tell-all book: "Full Disclosure"

Stormy Daniels, the porn star who sued President Donald Trump over a hush agreement to keep her silent about their alleged sexual encounter has written a book about her life which she says will include details of her tryst... More>>

FEMA says funding transferred to ICE for detention centers won't harm hurricane response

Officials from the Federal Emergency Management Agency insisted Wednesday that the transfer of nearly $10 million of its budget to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement will not affect the agency's hurricane response and... More>>

US backed forces begin Syria battle for ISIS' last redoubt

The US backed Syrian Democratic Forces launched a ground offensive Monday to clear ISIS from its last remaining territory in Syria, the US-led coalition announced Tuesday. More>>

Pompeo says Saudi-led coalition is trying to reduce Yemen's civilian casualties

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo certified to Congress Wednesday that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are making demonstrable actions to reduce harm to civilians in Yemen, averting a move by lawmakers to scale back... More>>

CNN Poll: Pope Francis' favorability plummets

After new sexual abuse allegations against Catholic priests and criticism of Pope Francis' leadership on the issue, his favorability in the US has dropped substantially in a new CNN Poll conducted by SSRS. More>>

Attack ad hits Arizona Senate candidate Kyrsten Sinema for past comments on underage prostitution

Democrat Kyrsten Sinema raised concerns 11 years ago about imposing tougher penalties against individuals who solicit underage prostitutes because they may appear older than their ages, according to video of her remarks... More>>

Jamie Dimon just said what lots and lots of CEOs think about Donald Trump

JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon just said the quiet part out loud when it comes to President Donald Trump. More>>

House Democrats blast State Department for silence on racism

House Democrats issued a scathing letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Wednesday, expressing concern about the "Trump Administration's policy of remaining silent in international fora about racism and xenophobia and... More>>

Mueller team continues prep for Manafort trial

Despite some murmurs that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort could try to avoid his upcoming trial, special counsel Robert Mueller's team is pressing forward. More>>

Texas Democrats have a rising star. But Republicans are betting Beto doesn't have enough fans to win

Ted Cruz doesn't skateboard through a Whataburger fast-food restaurant parking lot during a late-night campaign pit stop, like Beto O'Rourke. The Republican senator from Texas didn't spend the 1990s jamming in a punk band... More>>

Nancy Pelosi has a major impeachment problem

House Democrats look well-positioned to retake the House majority in the midterm elections, fueled by their base's animosity toward President Donald Trump and absolutely committed to using the vote in 55 days' time to send... More>>

Tony Blair: Drama surrounding Woodward book, Trump White House a 'global soap opera'

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair on Wednesday described the latest drama surrounding the Trump White House as a "global soap opera" -- one that even people across the world are interested in. More>>

EPA assessing vulnerability of at least 9 toxic sites in Florence's projected path

Hurricane Florence, with its strong winds and massive storm surge, threatens to release toxic chemicals from hazardous waste sites that the Environmental Protection Agency has designated contaminated Superfund sites. More>>

Republican congressional candidate called Obama a secret terrorist-supporting Muslim

Republican congressional candidate Tim Donnelly of California called then-President Barack Obama a secret Muslim and terrorist sympathizer on his old radio program, a CNN KFile review has found. More>>

Democratic senator releases document showing ICE got $9.8 million from FEMA

Sen. Jeff Merkley released a document Tuesday showing a transfer of nearly $10 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and accused President Donald Trump's... More>>

30 Seconds that tell the story of Democrats in 2018

It's just a 30-second spot, but it says everything you need to know about Democrats and 2018. More>>

CNN Poll: More approve of Mueller than of Trump

Special counsel Robert Mueller's approval rating for handling the Russia investigation stands at 50% in a new CNN Poll conducted by SSRS. That outpaces President Donald Trump's approval rating on the matter by 20 points. More>>

Texas tent facility for immigrant children to expand despite wind-down of separations

The Department of Health and Human Services will keep open and expand a temporary tent facility for immigrant children it is operating in Tornillo, Texas, even as most of the children it was caring for as a result of... More>>

5 Ways the fight for the Senate majority could turn out

It's almost exactly eight weeks until Election Day 2018! More>>

George W. Bush to fundraise for GOP midterm effort

Former GOP President George W. Bush is scheduled to fundraise for Rep. Will Hurd of Texas on Wednesday, his first appearance on the campaign trail for Republicans as they try to save their majorities in Congress, CNN has... More>>

Steeling for Hurricane Florence, Trump seeks praise for Maria

As he braces for Hurricane Florence, President Donald Trump is stoking new outrage over his refusal to accept any blame for the relief effort following Puerto Rico's monster storm last year. More>>

History-making House race takes shape in New Hampshire swing district

Voters in New Hampshire's 1st Congressional District will make history in November, when they will either elect the state's first openly gay or first African-American congressman. More>>

Despite massive death toll, Trump calls Puerto Rico hurricane response 'an incredible, unsung success'

President Donald Trump touted his administration's response to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico as "an incredible, unsung success" during an Oval Office briefing on the upcoming hurricane bearing down on the Carolinas. More>>

Dem on Trump praising Puerto Rico response: 'God only knows what he would think a failure would be'

Democratic Rep. Gerry Connolly of Virginia said that if President Donald Trump thinks his administration's response to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico was a success, "God only knows what he would think a failure would be." More>>

Gary Cohn and Rob Porter push back on Woodward book

One of President Donald Trump's former senior aides and his former chief economic adviser have issued statements claiming that Bob Woodward's bombshell new book, "Fear," is inaccurate and misleading, after the book... More>>

4 Things to remember in the final weeks of campaign 2018

The 2018 midterm elections are exactly 56 days away. Eight weeks from today, the nation will go and vote, rendering the verdict on the first two years of Donald Trump's presidency and their relative judgments of the two... More>>

North Carolina senator 'confident' in White House hurricane prep despite Trump's Puerto Rico comments

As the massive Hurricane Florence barrels towards his state, North Carolina Republican Sen. Richard Burr said Tuesday he is "confident" the White House is prepared to deal with the storm, following the President's... More>>

Democrats deluge Kavanaugh with written follow-up questions

After spending more than 20 hours testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is still answering questions. More>>

Haley warns Russia, Iran of 'dire consequences' over Syria military assault

US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley warned Russia and Iran of "dire consequences" if they continue airstrikes against the last rebel-held area in Syria and said the US would respond to any use of chemical weapons. More>>

Independent kicked off ballot amid fraud allegations files appeal ahead of Virginia midterm elections

Shaun Brown, an independent candidate in Virginia's 2nd District, is appealing to that state's Supreme Court in a legal fight to put her name back on the ballot for the upcoming midterm elections. More>>

New York tax investigators to meet with Cohen's attorney, at odds with federal prosecutors' request

New York state tax department investigators are scheduled to meet Tuesday with an attorney for President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen, as part of a state probe regarding Cohen and the Trump... More>>

Korean War remains identified as US troops, Mattis says

Some Korean War remains obtained from North Korea have been identified as US service members, Secretary of Defense James Mattis confirmed Tuesday. More>>

EPA proposes rollback of Obama-era laws on methane leak inspections and repairs

The Environmental Protection Agency released a proposal Tuesday that relaxes requirements for how energy companies monitor and repair methane leaks, rolling back an Obama-era regulation. More>>

There's zero evidence a 'red wave' is forming in 2018

President Donald Trump is, according to President Donald Trump, a counter-puncher by nature. More>>

Trump's previously announced visit to Ireland in question

President Donald Trump's planned trip to Ireland in November is now in question after the Irish government announced its postponement Tuesday. More>>

Rob Porter and Gary Cohn say Woodward's book is wrong. They just don't say how.

The headlines are, admittedly, intriguing: Top Trump aides say Woodward book doesn't ring true! More>>

More sophisticated terror attacks remain deadliest threat, DHS concludes

Despite fears rising globally about lone-wolf terrorist attacks inspired by extremists, more sophisticated foreign terrorist plots like those employing multiple forms of violence and direct involvement by terrorist... More>>

Trump Jr. on Mueller probe: 'I know what I did, and I'm not worried about any of that'

Donald Trump Jr. says he's not concerned about possible legal exposure in the special counsel's Russia probe but adds that investigators could "try to create something." More>>

House Republican, without evidence, suggests new texts show misconduct of former FBI officials

One of President Donald Trump's closest allies in Congress is alleging misconduct by former FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, an unproven and disputed assertion that the President amplified Tuesday morning, the... More>>

Who cares about Cynthia Nixon's weird bagel order or Ted Cruz's tofu?

There is nothing more tiresome in politics than New Yorkers telling people how to eat bagels. Or pizza. Or BBQ disputes involving North Carolina and Texas. More>>

Donald Trump's unpresidential 9/11 morning

On the 17th anniversary of the deadliest act of domestic terrorism in American history and with a monster hurricane bearing down on the East Coast, the President of the United States woke up on Tuesday morning and tweeted... More>>

South Carolina gubernatorial candidates pause campaigns ahead of Hurricane Florence

The Democratic and Republican candidates for governor in South Carolina have put their campaigns on hold ahead of Hurricane Florence, which is forecasted to impact the coast of the Carolinas later this week. More>>

CNN Poll: Americans split on whether to confirm Kavanaugh

Americans are divided on whether or not senators should vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, with 38% who say yes and 39% who say no, according to a new CNN Poll conducted by SSRS and released on Tuesday. More>>

Trump pays sober tribute to 9/11 after Russia tweets, fist pumps

President Donald Trump paid sober tribute to victims of crashed Flight 93 in Pennsylvania on Tuesday, the anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks. More>>

Democratic candidates trace careers of service to memories of September 11, 2001

Before September 11, 2001, Elissa Slotkin was a 20-something graduate student at Columbia University with an interest in foreign affairs. After she watched the second plane hit the World Trade Center from a student lounge,... More>>

It's not just CNN's poll. All polling shows Trump's approval rating dropping.

President Donald Trump's approval rating in the latest CNN poll stands at just 36%. That's a 6-point drop from 42% last month. More>>

Declassification of Russia investigation materials poses a risky gambit for GOP

An outspoken bloc of House conservatives continues to call on President Donald Trump to declassify materials related to the Russia investigation as soon as this week, but their latest effort could backfire if it fails to... More>>

Trump's economy is roaring -- but the controversies around him are drowning it out

It may have been the most normal 22 minutes of the Trump presidency. More>>

People don't think Donald Trump is honest or trustworthy. And they never really have

The number almost hits you in the face: Less than one in three people in the new CNN-SSRS poll believe that President Donald Trump is honest and trustworthy. More>>

Election error may have cost Georgia representative his race

A rural state Legislature district in Georgia may be forced to redo a contentious primary election between two Republicans due to errors within its voter database. More>>

Donald Trump is losing that change-y thing

Donald Trump won the 2016 election for one very simple reason: People wanted radical change and he was the candidate who offered that change. More>>

How Brett Kavanaugh will collide with a changing America

Last week's combative Senate Judiciary Committee hearings over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh looked at times like a flash-forward to the racially infused politics that may increasingly consume the court, and the... More>>

Trump urges precautions ahead of 'very bad' Hurricane Florence

President Donald Trump issued a strong warning to those in the path of Hurricane Florence, which is on track to hit the East Coast as a major storm later this week. More>>

Russian spying suspect ordered to stay in jail until trial

The defense team of spying suspect Maria Butina walked into the courtroom Monday riding high on a concession from prosecutors that they misunderstood her text message jokes about sex. Less than an hour later, however, the... More>>

Trump's been silent about Mac Miller's death, but for years he tweeted at him

President Trump has been silent about the passing of Mac Miller, but before Trump entered politics, he had a lot to say about the rapper, who died last Friday at 26. More>>

Ben Folds pays homage to Rod Rosenstein with 'Mister Peepers' song

Musician Ben Folds has penned a song depicting Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein's battle with Republicans during the Russia investigation. More>>