Jack Davis for Western Journalism reports, House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, announced Monday the cancellation of a Wednesday hearing on FBI oversight at which former FBI Director James Comey had been invited to appear.
Sen. Rand Paul intends to force a vote on a $110 billion defense deal President Trump signed with Saudi Arabia, according to an aide to the Kentucky Republican.
Sen. John McCain took to the pages of the New York Times to attack Secretary of State Rex Tillerson for suggesting that it is possible that the US national interest and the export of US values abroad may not always coincide. Could McCain's screed hav
Benjamin Arie for The Conservative Tribune reports, Russia's supposed interference in the 2016 election has been a hot topic for months, with Hillary Clinton even blaming her loss on vague allegations of foreign meddling.
After a stunning defeat on March 24th, followed by over a month of back and forth bickering, Paul Ryan & Co. has finally passed an Obamacare replacement bill after just securing the required 216 votes.
Updates From Hearing: On his decision to announce the re-opening of the Hillary investigation:
"Troubling" 'dystopian visions' course called "political ideology" in disguise
Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta, confirmed to the position Thursday by the U.S. Senate, is one in a string of disputed appointees to President Trump's Cabinet, but this contention doesn't concern his politics, rather, it's centered on his lax
Meeting Adds to Mounting Concerns About US Attack
Recently, Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham predictably but mistakenly called for greater United States military involvement in the Syrian civil war, proving they have learned nothing from our history in the Middle East.
The veterans and activists of Ron Paul's presidential campaigns are running for their own political races. We catch up with US Senate candidate Eric Brakey to see how his campaign is going.
Donald Trump entered military terra incognita on Thursday by launching an illegal Tomahawk missile strike on an air base in eastern Syria.
The Republican-led Senate on Friday gave Donald Trump the biggest triumph of his young presidency, confirming his Supreme Court nominee over stout Democratic opposition and restoring a conservative majority on the highest U.S. judicial body.