Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, a potential independent presidential candidate, apologized Thursday for claiming that he had "probably" spent more time with the military than any other 2020 candidate over the last decade.
Five suspects who lived on a New Mexico compound were charged on Wednesday with conspiring to provide material support in preparation for attacks on federal law enforcement officers and members of the military.
Senate Democrats pressed Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin about his financial holdings on Thursday, calling on the former financier to explain why there have been delays in certifying his required ethics disclosures.
The top communications official at the Department of Veterans Affairs, John Ullyot, announced his resignation Thursday, according to an internal email obtained by CNN and a statement from Secretary Robert Wilkie.
President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner told former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to back off on foreign affairs and worked to cut him out of key diplomatic relationships as Kushner grabbed control of US foreign policy in the early days of the administration, according to a new book chronicling the lives of Kushner, his family and his wife, Ivanka Trump.
Despite many European countries boosting their defense budgets, only seven of the 29 NATO allies are currently reaching the recommended spending target of 2% of gross domestic product, according to NATO's annual report, which was published Thursday.
President Donald Trump is preparing to issue what is likely to be the first veto of his presidency to protect his national emergency declaration. A critical mass of Republican senators -- 12 in total -- joined Democrats Thursday to pass a resolution rescinding that declaration, despite efforts by both Hill Republicans and the White House to avoid the embarrassment.
The White House is bracing for an embarrassing rebuke when the Senate votes on a resolution Thursday to overturn President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration to build a wall along the US border with Mexico.
Some Senate Republicans will join with Democrats on Thursday to rebuke President Donald Trump on the central pledge of his presidential campaign, the animating issue of his presidency and the defining action of the last few months.
Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan told Senate lawmakers Thursday that he has not spoken to anyone in the administration about the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft and has not been briefed on any of the problems related to the aircraft despite working for the contractor for 31 years prior to taking a job at the Pentagon.
Bernie Sanders advocated for the nationalization of most major industries, including energy companies, factories, and banks, when he was a leading member of a self-described "radical political party" in the 1970s, a CNN KFile review of his record reveals.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said her department is reviewing whether any Education Department regulations were violated in connection with the college admission bribery scheme laid out by prosecutors this week.
Idaho Republican Sen. James Risch, the new chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, decided last week to hold a classified briefing from administration officials on the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will face lawmakers on Thursday for his first public appearance since Democrats seized control of the House, a rendezvous that will likely include grillings on everything from tax refunds to Russian sanctions to whether he would agree to release President Donald Trump's tax returns.
Ask any judge to name the hardest part of his or her job and almost always the response will be "sentencing." As a prosecutor, I did hundreds of sentencings and I understand the challenge: a judge must combine technical determinations of law with decidedly unscientific human judgment about the essential nature of the person being sentenced.
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