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Two reports commissioned by the Senate Intelligence Committee take a deeper look at the fake social media accounts used by Russia in the American election.
Mr. Alexander, a United States senator since 2003 and former Tennessee governor, said that “now it is time for someone else to have that privilege.”
The indictment is evidence of a crackdown growing from the inquiry by Robert S. Mueller III, who has investigated foreign money designed to manipulate decision-making in Washington.
A new report says that social media companies have evaded or been misleading about claims that Russian efforts on their platforms tried to discourage voting.
Mexico has a plan to deal with migrants: develop Central America, ideally with U.S. help. If not, it may turn to China, a powerful player in the region.
As the deadline to avert a partial shutdown approaches, many lawmakers have been skipping votes since House Republicans were swept from power.
The Foreign Ministry in Riyadh criticized an American resolution that blamed Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the killing of a Saudi dissident.
North Korea said that if Washington continued to escalate its sanctions and rights campaign, it could shatter any chance of denuclearizing the country.
"We need to see concrete steps because it has been already two years,” Turkey’s foreign minister said. He said Turkey had also requested the extradition of more than 8o Gulen followers in America.
The Army major has admitted shooting an Afghan man believed to be a bomb maker in 2010, in a case that has become a cause among some conservatives.
Results of a new poll of potential Democratic presidential contenders reflect the party’s debate over whether to opt for an experienced hand or a fresh face.
Vanquished and retiring members have been skipping votes, and House Republican leaders are unsure whether they will ever return.
The administration has sometimes made misleading statements to garner support for its plan on what it has accurately identified as a problem for many Americans.
The office of the special counsel is in a closed-door legal battle to force a witness to testify. Here’s what we know about the dispute.
Mick Mulvaney, President Trump’s pick to be acting White House chief of staff, made the comment in a debate, and offered similar remarks in a post on his campaign Facebook page.
A Texas judge’s ruling that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional may not stand, but it will elevate health care as a pressing topic in a divided Washington.
With the Interior secretary's departure, the agency will likely be run for a time by David Bernhardt, a man who has played a central role in opening up public lands to drilling and mining.
Legal scholars on opposite sides of previous Obamacare court decisions find the legal argument in this one shaky.