Jane Fonda has donated $100,000 to a political group solely aimed at defeating California GOP Rep. Darrell Issa, one of the most vulnerable Republicans in the country.
Three months after the Trump administration warned Colombia it could be decertified as a partner in the drug war over a record spike in cocaine production, Bogota announced it had significantly lowered its coca-eradication goals.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley is calling on the Justice Department to hand over more information regarding the text messages exchanged between two senior FBI employees and any communications they had with FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.
Conservatives on Capitol Hill and throughout Washington’s foreign-policy community are outraged over a State Department decision to give nearly $1 million to a Washington think tank to help mediate a dialogue between Venezuelan opposition leaders and the Maduro regime.
The Secret Service has settled a five-year legal battle with a whistleblower after the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general found that the agency retaliated against him for formally complaining about superiors’ alleged misconduct.
Airbnb, which is struggling to defend itself against a wave of scrutiny after several guests discovered hidden cameras in the company’s short-term lease properties, remains mum on its privacy policies for lodgings in Cuba.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley is stepping up his investigation into liberal bias among FBI agents and Justice Department officials.
A top lieutenant to Special Counsel Robert Mueller in his investigation into the Trump campaign’s possible ties to Russia expressed his opposition to an early policy priority of President Donald Trump’s by praising then-acting Attorney General Sally Yates for refusing to enforce Trump’s travel ban.
The top Republican and Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee called on the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health to investigate the cause and medical effects of the sonic attacks on at least 24 U.S. diplomats and other personnel in Cuba.
A bipartisan coalition of members of Congress is pressing President Trump to immediately consider imposing sanctions on two top Nicaraguan officials for a wide variety of alleged human-rights abuses, corruption, and illicit activity in support of President Daniel Ortega’s regime.