A first-time Democratic candidate looking to flip a Washington state U.S. House seat appeared to distance herself from party leader Nancy Pelosi during a private fundraiser in the Seattle-area earlier this month.
No one knows whether Rod Rosenstein will be deputy attorney general past Thursday, just as no one knew whether he'd been fired or dumped during the media craziness over his sojourn to the White House.
A lawyer for Judge Brett Kavanaugh defended her client this week in a New York Times article about a woman mentioned in Kavanaugh's 1983 Georgetown Prep yearbook.
President Donald Trump late Monday tweeted out support for his embattled Supreme Court pick, and asked his supporters to "pray" for Brett Kavanaugh and his family.
If Hillary Clinton plans to make a third run at the presidency in 2020, at least one Democratic pollster might advise her against it.
A top newspaper in Minnesota on Tuesday joined the legal effort to unseal the divorce records of Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., who has been the focus of an investigation into allegations of physical abuse leveled by a former girlfriend.
Rachel Mitchell, an experienced career sex crimes prosecutor, will handle the questioning of Christine Blasey Ford, the California professor accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault decades ago, at a scheduled hearing on Thursday, Senate Republicans announced late Tuesday.