Amazon to protest $10B Pentagon contract won by…

Amazon is protesting the Pentagon’s decision to award a huge cloud-computing contract to Microsoft, citing “unmistakable bias” in the decision

Pelosi: Public Testimony Shows Trump Committed…

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke to reporters Thursday about the first day of public testimony in the impeachment investigation.

Trump Picks Chad Wolf To Be Acting Homeland…

Wolf replaces Kevin McAleenan, who held the role of acting secretary for eight months.

Ethics reviewing Florida Rep. Hastings over staff relations

The House Ethics Committee says it is investigating veteran Florida Rep. Alcee Hastings’ relationship with his longtime girlfriend, who works on his staff

Nielsen says 13.8 million watched impeachment…

The first public impeachment hearing for Donald Trump reached 13.8 million viewers over 10 networks on Wednesday

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Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick Announces…

Patrick made the announcement in a video posted online early Thursday morning.

Full Appeals Court Declines To Reconsider Trump's…

A full federal appeals court decided to let stand an earlier ruling that says Congress can seek eight years of President Donald Trump's tax records.

The Latest: North Carolina Congress remap clears state House

A redrawn map of North Carolina’s congressional districts has cleared one chamber of the state legislature

Trump wants Supreme Court to block subpoena for…

President Donald Trump is asking the Supreme Court to block a subpoena for his tax returns

​Former U.S. Ambassador To Ukraine Marie…

The career diplomat has testified about a "concerted campaign" to get her fired and said some of the president's comments made her feel "threatened."

Witnesses: Contents Of Ukraine Call Were…

Former Ambassador Bill Taylor and diplomate George Kent testified publicly before House lawmakers Wednesday.

Mo’Nique sues Netflix for discrimination in show…

Mo’Nique sues Netflix for race and sex discrimination in its offer for a proposed comedy special

WSJ: U.S. Drone Video Shows Turkish-Backed Forces…

The Wall Street Journal says U.S. military officials alerted commanding officers to potential war crimes by Turkish-backed Arab forces in October.

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Huawei Still Faces U.S. Questions About Its Ties…

The U.S. security concerns about Chinese telecom firms stem more from potential threats than evidence of bad actions.

Georgia Republican ends bid for competitive House seat

A Republican Georgia state senator is ending his bid to represent a suburban Atlanta congressional district that Democrats narrowly flipped last year

Diplomat gets chance to tell of her ouster by…

Former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine to get her turn to tell the public about the campaign to oust her

Supreme Court Says Ruth Bader Ginsburg Home Sick…

Ginsburg will read the briefs for the two cases she's absent for.

Senators Push To Pass Legislation Supporting Hong…

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee passed the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act in September. But no floor vote has been scheduled.

Wall Street feuds with Warren, much to her…

Elizabeth Warren’s feud with Wall Street escalates, with billionaires saying Warren “vilifies” successful people

Ex-Gov. Deval Patrick launches ‘Hail Mary’ bid…

Deval Patrick is launching what he acknowledges is a “Hail Mary” bid for the Democratic presidential nomination

Justice Dept. Watchdog Nearing Release Of Russia…

The Justice Department Inspector General's Office is reportedly in its "critical final step" of releasing the report.

Addiction, Mental Illness: Three Candidates…

According to HHS, 5.6 million people with serious mental health illness also used illicit drugs.

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US military academy athletes can now delay…

Defense Secretary Mark Esper has issued new guidelines that will allow athletes attending the nation's military academies to seek waivers to play professional sports immediately upon their graduation

Trump Reportedly Talked About Firing Intelligence…

Intelligence Community Inspector General Michael Atkinson reported the anonymous whistleblower's complaint to Congress in September.