Former President turned author Bill Clinton said Sunday that former President Barack Obama received friendlier treatment in the press than other Democrats and Republicans, in part because the media liked having an African-American in the office.
A top official with the Department of Health and Human Services told members of Congress on Thursday that the agency had lost track of nearly 1,500 migrant children it placed with sponsors in the United States, raising concerns they could end up in the hands […]
The Senate voted Thursday to confirm Gina Haspel as the next CIA director after several Democrats were persuaded to support her despite lingering concerns about her role in the brutal interrogation of suspected terrorists captured after 9/11.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) on Wednesday urged the Senate to reject Gina Haspel, President Donald Trump’s nominee to be CIA director. “I believe Gina Haspel is a patriot who loves our country and has devoted her professional life to its service and defense,” said McCain, […]
On a fall evening in 2015, Owen Diaz went to drop off food for his 20-year-old son Demetric, whom he’d helped find a job at the same Tesla Inc. factory where Owen operated elevators. As he turned the corner, the two African-American men allege in […]
Craigslist scrubbed the personals section from its U.S. site on Friday in reaction to a bill passed by Congress targeting online sex trafficking, according to NPR. The Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act, which was approved by the Senate earlier this week, subjects “websites to criminal […]
Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts says she has no intention of running for president in 2020, but she also is leaving herself room to reconsider. Warren also did not explicitly pledge to complete a second six-year Senate term if she’s re-elected in November.
Former Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore says his financial resources have been “depleted” and is making a public plea to help fight a civil suit brought by a woman who accused him of molesting her as a teen.
Thousands of striking schoolteachers who have shut down West Virginia classrooms for days are demanding a face-to-face meeting with the governor and legislative leaders on their pay grievances, a union official said Monday.