Nunes: 'For the most part' Trump officials were masked
Washington (CNN) House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes said Monday most names were masked in documents he said showed President Donald Trump and his associates may have had their communications incidentally collected by US intelligence.
Storm builds around Intel chair after secret White House trip
Nunes admits meeting with source of Trump surveillance documents on White House grounds
Pelosi, Schiff call on Nunes to recuse himself from Russia probe
Paul Ryan: House Republicans will continue their push for health-care reform this year
House Speaker Paul D. Ryan told Republican donors Monday that he intends to continue pushing for an overhaul of the nation's health-care system by working “on two tracks” as he also pursues other elements of President Trump's agenda. “We are going to ...
Feehery: Freedom Caucus follies
Ryan's Tax Plan May Get Familiar Foes: GOP's Conservative Caucus
Could Democrats and Trump Work Together on Health Care?
23 people ask the Justice Department to launch a criminal inquiry into its chief, Jeff Sessions
Nearly two dozen people from five states are accusing Attorney General Jeff Sessions of lying to the Senate Judiciary Committee about his communications with the Russian government and subsequently trying to cover up that lie, according to a complaint ...
After healthcare setback, White House returns to symbolic gestures on hot-button issues
Sessions takes aim at 'dangerous' sanctuary cities, warns on funding
At sanctuary cities gathering, policymakers vow to become Trump's 'worst nightmare'
Owners vote 31-1 to OK Raiders move; Dolphins vote against
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell discusses the Raiders' relocation to Las Vegas. He also reveals the franchise will still be called the Oakland Raiders for the time being. (0:48). Facebook · Twitter · Facebook Messenger · Pinterest · Email; comment. 7:51 ...
Oakland mayor: Raiders fans “deserved better”
The Raiders might be Vegas bound, but they're abandoning a loyal Raider Nation
What next for cities abandoned by NFL teams?
Gorsuch may fall short of votes needed for smooth Supreme Court confirmation
Judge Neil Gorsuch, President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, may fall short of the votes needed for smooth passage in the Senate next week, potentially dashing Republican hopes for an easy victory after the stinging defeat of the American Health Care ...
Here's how senators plan to vote on Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch
Dems delay Senate panel vote on Supreme Court nominee
More Democrats Oppose Gorsuch as GOP to Offer `No Deals' on Vote
New York Times
At Site of Deaths, Our Reporters Find Cost of US-ISIS Battle
New York Times
A man stood near several bodies recovered from a house that was destroyed in the Mosul Jidideh neighborhood. Scores of residents are believed to have been killed in American-led airstrikes that hit the neighborhood this month. Credit Felipe ...
Amid reports of increased civilian deaths, military says no changes to air rules
Scale of Mosul civilian deaths alarms Amnesty International
Reports of civilian deaths raise questions about Trump's airstrike policy
Trump's approval hits a new low of 36 percent — but that's not the bad news
Since you can't spell “schadenfreude” without “shade,” Trump-haters on social media are gloating about the latest daily polling released from Gallup. Last week, they were celebrating Trump's reaching 37 percent, a low for his presidency that was ...
Trump tries to make good on promises to roll back Obama-era regulations
The Cost of Trump's Deepening Unpopularity
Trump Repeals Regulation Protecting Workers From Wage Theft
Airline Faces Social Media Wrath From 'Leggings' Wearers
NEW YORK (AP) – Don't mess with our stretch, United Airlines, or risk the wrath of leggings lovers. The social media matter of The Kids in Leggings vs. United snapped to the surface Sunday. That's when one Shannon Watts said on Twitter she had ...
Leggings on a plane? Not so horrifying, say etiquette experts
United Airlines Leggings Incident Shows Changing Nature of Air Travel
United Airlines says customers are 'welcome' to wear leggings — unlike teens who used special passes
New York Daily News
North Carolina's 'bathroom bill' could cost state's economy $3.6 billion
New York Daily News
A North Carolina law taking aim at protections for LGBT people is expected to cost the state's economy more than $3 billion, leaving residents in the lurch for Republican lawmakers' policies. Events including NCAA tournament games all jumped out of the ...