President Trump acknowledged again Wednesday that he wishes he had not appointed Attorney General Jeff Sessions, though he did not address reports that his treatment of Sessions may be part of an obstruction of justice investigation concerning the Russia probe.
Federal agents are wrestling with how to detect opioids that are shipped into the United States in small but potent and lucrative amounts. “”
Sen. Joe Donnelly, whom Republicans are targeting in November, was invited to a White House bill signing ceremony. “”
President Donald Trump has signed the “Right to Try” bill Wednesday that would help people with deadly diseases try experimental treatments. He called it a “fundamental freedom” that will provide hope and save lives. (May 30)
It’s the inescapable conclusion of his tweet. “”
Independents have surpassed republicans in California as the second largest voting bloc after a firm analyzed county voter registration info for campaigns.
A federal judge for Mr. Cohen were given a June 15 deadline to review the documents seized from his office, apartment and hotel room. “”
The Republican governor will not face computer-tampering charges but remains under investigation related to an extramarital affair. “”
President Trump acknowledged the furor over a racist Twitter post made by Roseanne Barr, but focused on the apology issued by ABC. “”
The president is “focused on bigger things,” his press secretary said. “”