On Wednesday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reiterated that President Trump warned Russian diplomats against meddling in U.S. elections. Pompeo contested earlier remarks made by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who claimed he didn’t discuss meddling with President Trump.
The Illinois General Assembly has, once again, been shaken up by accusations of corruption. Federal investigators are reportedly looking into Democrat Michael Madigan, who has been accused of running a political operation with the state’s top utility company.
Past remarks made by Democrat 2020 candidate Michael Bloomberg have reignited concerns the U.S. may be harboring dirty money from overseas. In a September 2013 interview with WOR Radio in New York, then-Mayor Bloomberg said, “If we could get every billionaire around the world to move here, it would be a godsend.”
One America’s John Hines sat down with Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton to discuss the recent news of a lawsuit in regards to evidence having to do with Marie Yovanovitch.
The bitter battle over border security is raging on. Local governments and activists groups prevailed Tuesday when a federal judge in Texas ruled against the Trump administration’s plans to divert some $3.6 billion earmarked for military construction projects to help continue the construction of the southern border wall.
There were strong reactions on Capitol Hill, following a bombshell report alleging a massive misinformation campaign over the war in Afghanistan. The Washington Post article cited more than 2,000 pages of interviews obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request, and accused the government of “failing to tell the truth” about the ongoing conflict.
A situation in Jersey City, New Jersey turned tragic when six people, including a detective, ended up dead after an hours-long shoot-out. City’s officials now believe the store where the stand-off unfolded was likely targeted.
Attorney General William Barr is speaking out on the impeachment inquiry and what he does not consider to be obstruction of justice. While speaking to the Wall Street Journal Tuesday, Barr said he doesn’t believe using the authority granted to the president is impeachable
Congressman Steve Scalise (R-La.) said some people should go to jail, following the release of the Department of Justice Inspector General’s report. The House minority whip expressed concern over the findings in an interview Tuesday. He said anyone who abuses their power, whether it be law enforcement or lawmakers, should be held accountable.