A Republican lawmaker is calling for the criminal prosecution of top FBI and Justice Department officials named in the Republican memo on alleged government surveillance abuses.
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On "America's News HQ" on Saturday, Rep. Adam Smith (D-Wash.) pushed back on one of the central allegations of a controversial memo on purported government surveillance abuses.
House Ways & Means Committeemember Mike Kelly (R-Pa.) said Democrats are relying on the "Gruber effect" to get the public to blame Republicans for the shutdown.
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer of New York pinned the government shutdown on President Donald Trump, saying it has become "next to impossible" to negotiate with the White House.
A former spokesman for the American mission to the United Nations said Saturday that he hopes the false alarm of an impending missile strike on Hawaii will spur accelerated talks with North Korea.
At a joint press conference with Republican leaders at Maryland's Camp David, President Trump responded to criticisms of his mental fitness.
Family members of 42-year-old filmmaker and humanitarian Jesse Phinney are raising questions about his death last month while he was in custody in the Philippines.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday released a message expressing support for Iranian protesters and condemning Tehran's claims that Israel is responsible for the demonstrations.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Sunday warned that 2018 will be a year of "extreme danger" as the United States faces mounting tensions with North Korea and Iran.
Former United States U.N. mission spokesman Jonathan Wachtel said Saturday that North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un would be one of the first casualties if war with the West breaks out.
A Florida Republican congressman said this week that the Justice Department may need a "purging" to get rid of those officials who have been operating in a political manner.
Sen. Jeff Flake, a frequent critic of President Trump, said the New Yorker's rhetoric and governing style may invite a Republican primary opponent in 2020.