Rep. Scott Perry (R-Pa.) called out his fellow Republicans for approving a new $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill that was just given to members last night.
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Rep. Andy Biggs called for "boundaries” on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe after FBI Director Christopher Wray said in an interview that President Trump hadn’t ever asked him to do anything about the investigation.
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski said Tuesday that the fact that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe has continued as long as it has is "very unfair" to the president and his administration.
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said Monday that he believes the FBI is in "cover-up mode" while the Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz probes how the agency and Department of Justice handled the investigation of the Hillary Clinton email scandal.
Ronna McDaniel said Thursday that the current state of the White House is not chaotic, despite the media narrative.
A newly-released surveillance video shows a Florida police officer outside a high school while a gunman was firing on students inside.
Sen. Rand Paul said Wednesday the appointment of Gina Haspel as the head of the CIA is "the wrong kind of message to send to the world" due to her connection with interrogation and waterboarding.
Joe Biden has been in Pennsylvania stumping for Democratic candidate Conor Lamb ahead of Tuesday's special congressional election, and some have speculated that the former vice president could be planting seeds for a 2020 presidential run.
On the day Attorney General Jeff Sessions ripped California immigration policies in a Sacramento speech, Golden State Rep. Darrell Issa echoed the Alabamian's remarks on "Outnumbered Overtime."
Rep. Peter King said Wednesday that Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee are hoping the Russia investigation "will never end."
The first special election of 2018 will feature Republican Rick Saccone and Democrat Conor Lamb battling for a Pennsylvania congressional seat.
Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon said the days of diplomats at the United Nations "bashing" his home country are "over" now that Washington has taken a hard line in Jerusalem's defense.