Senator John McCain received a full-fledged Washington send-off as former Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama lead an invitation-only service at Washington National Cathedral.
Senator John McCain lay in state in the Capitol’s Rotunda, hailed as a principled war hero as citizens wondered whether an era of comity died with him.
The lobbyist, Sam Patten, worked for a pro-Russia Ukrainian political party, the same one that employed Paul Manafort.
Republicans and Democrats flocked to the Capitol to pay their respects, highlighting both Mr. McCain’s style of reaching across the political aisle and the brand of politics whose demise he lamented.
The agency has filed a so-called statement of interest in their case, saying that Harvard “has failed to show that it does not unlawfully discriminate.”
With Mr. Gillum’s upset victory, the governor’s race will feature two young, hard-charging politicians who represent the beating heart of their parties.
An audio recording reveals the president pushing evangelical leaders to use what he described as their newfound freedom of speech to campaign on behalf of Republicans.
The preliminary agreement is a major step for President Trump, who has threatened to scrap Nafta. But Canada’s role is just one of many issues that remain unresolved.
The agreement is a major step for President Trump, who has threatened to scrap the pact altogether. But Canada is still on the sidelines, and many issues are unresolved.
The vacant Senate seat of the late John McCain has exposed the rift between his followers and the party’s Trumpian base.
Mr. McCain became known as an independently minded conservative, opposing President Trump after two failed presidential campaigns of his own.
The Senate becomes a lesser place without the sometimes angry, often funny, always larger-than-life presence of the Republican from Arizona.
The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, has approached law enforcement consistently for decades: leading aggressive investigations marked by adherence to precedent and higher office.
The spy agency does not believe its Russia informants have been killed, but sources have gone largely dormant amid heightened scrutiny and rising threats.
President Trump said “everyone” wants the Justice Department to resist political considerations as he resumed attacks on his attorney general.
The president chiefly blamed Attorney General Jeff Sessions, complaining that he never “took control” of the Justice Department.
Microsoft was surprised not that recent “spear phishing” attempts had occurred, but that they targeted traditional conservative think tanks. Those groups have been critical of Russia.