White House Budget Office Defends Holdup of Ukraine Aid as ‘Pending a Policy Decision’ in Memo

A memo, reviewed by The Washington Post, cited numerous examples of Congress holding up aid to ensure that it would

Pelosi on Potential Trump Reelection: ‘Civilization as We Know It Today Is at Stake in this Election’

During a CNN town hall Thursday night, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told an audience that “let’s not even contemplate” the

Impeachment Witness Turley Claims Home, Professorship Threatened during Testimony

George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley claimed that he has received ‘threatening messages’ over opposing President Trump’s impeachment.

Fastest-growing Washington lobbying firms benefit from Trump ties and revolving door hires

(Aurora Samperio/NurPhoto via Getty Images) For many well-connected Washington lobbying firms, business is booming after President Donald Trump’s 2016 election. 

Pentagon Denies U.S. is Considering Deploying Thousands of Additional Troops to Middle East

Pentagon press secretary Alyssa Farah flatly denied the Wall Street Journal’s report on the number of troops the U.S. was considering

Trump Foundation tax return shows activities grinding to a halt before shutdown

While on the campaign trail in 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump gave a $100,000 donation to an organization that assists wounded

White House Says it Won’t Participate in ‘Partisan’ Judiciary Committee Impeachment Hearing

“Under the current circumstances, we do not intend to participate in your Wednesday hearing,” White House Counsel Pat Cipollone wrote.

Bloomberg Campaign Manager Says Impeachment Probe Is Making Trump’s Reelection ‘More Likely’

Michael Bloomberg’s campaign manager said Wednesday that the impeachment proceedings against President Trump are increasing his chances of reelection rather than

Graham Defends Probe Into Hunter Biden’s Ukraine Dealings: ‘Somebody Needs to Do It’

Senator Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) defended on Monday his ongoing investigation into Hunter Biden’s business activities in Ukraine.

Fiona Hill Calls Ukrainian 2016 Election Interference ‘Fictional Narrative’ in Opening Statement

“The unfortunate truth is that Russia was the foreign power that systematically attacked our democratic institutions in 2016,” Hill’s statement

Volker Testifies He Was Unaware of ‘Any Linkage’ Between Delayed Military Aid to Ukraine and Biden Investigation

“No one had ever said that to me — and I never conveyed such a linkage to the Ukrainians,” former

State Department Staffer Who Overheard Phone Call Between Trump and Sondland Will Testify Publicly This Week

State Department official David Holmes, who allegedly overheard a conversation between President Trump and Gordon Sondland in which Trump asked

Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks Subpoena of Trump Financial Documents

The Supreme Court blocked a subpoena from the House Oversight Committee for President Trump’s financial records, Chief Justice John Roberts announced.

Trump Says U.S. Will Expand Trade Relationship with Turkey ‘Very Significantly’

President Trump said during a meeting with Turkey’s president Wednesday that the U.S. plans to expand its trade relationship with

Pompeo Says Trump Will Discuss Syria Options with Turkish President amid Backlash against Meeting

Mike Pompeo said Monday that Trump will raise Turkey’s recent invasion of northern Syria in his meeting with Turkish president