The bureau’s Chief of Staff — James Rybicki — will be interviewed behind closed doors Thursday by members of two House committees. Staffers from the Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform Committees will grill him on why former Director James Comey did not recommend criminal charges against failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
A report released by the Defense Department called the “Nuclear Posture Review” recommends the U.S. build new nuclear weapons.
ederal spending will run out soon, and the government could shut down. House Republicans unveiled a short-term spending bill Tuesday night ahead of this Friday’s deadline.
Murder charges have been filed in the case of a stabbing death of a Pennsylvania college student. 20-year-old Samuel Woodward has been charged with one count of felony murder.
China blasts the U.S. and Canada for holding a meeting with U.N. leaders about the North Korea threat. A spokesman for the Chinese foreign ministry said his country did not send a delegation to the meeting because the talks would not resolve the North Korea issue.
President Trump’s choice for Secretary of Health and Human Services is one step closer to being confirmed. Alex Azar was approved mostly by party lines by the Senate Finance Committee on Wednesday.
A controversial tax could be used to help pay for President Trump’s infrastructure plan. President Trump’s massive infrastructure plan is now in coming into sight, but how to pay for the landmark project is still mostly an open question.
Israeli authorities uncover a bomb at one of Judaism’s holiest sites located in the West Bank. On Tuesday, a military spokesperson announced the device had been detonated in a controlled blast after it was discovered near the entrance to Joseph’s Tomb.
Steve Bannon will not testify in front of a grand jury in connection with the Russia investigation. Reports say the president’s former chief strategist struck a deal wednesday to answer questions directly from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team.