President Donald Trump, who has been widely criticized for only speaking with right-wing news outlets, called the Washington Post and the New York Times first on Friday to talk about the House Republicans health care bill.
Democratic billionaire J.B. Pritzker, who was named one of the world’s wealthiest people on Monday and has launched an exploratory committee to run for governor of Illinois, once pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of writing a bad check.
President Donald Trump might soon face scrutiny based on hypothetical tweets he hasn’t even sent yet.
The American Bar Association declared on Thursday that President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Neil Gorsuch, is “well-qualified” to succeed the late Antonin Scalia.
Politico reporter Alex Isenstadt allegedly laughed when he was told the White House deputy communications director got emotional after learning that a Navy SEAL was killed during an anti-terrorism raid in Yemen, according to White House officials.
Thousands of President Obama appointees and hundreds of Hillary Clinton campaign staffers are struggling to look for employment after Democrats lost the White House in November.
Incoming Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) fired nearly all of the employees in the Senate Democrats’ internal video department on Friday.
Liberal activists and Washington, D.C. political insiders are coming together to pressure Senate Democrats to add more diversity to their senior staff positions dominated by white males, accusing the Democratic Party of “soft bigotry.”
Half of the states in the country have sought help from the Obama administration in efforts to stop potential election hackers, Politico reports.