PA Attorney General Exposed Illicit Gov't Emails, Faces Own Scandal
Kathleen Kane exposed state employees who exchanged over 400 pages of illicit emails.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Exposed 1000s of Pornographic, Racist Government Emails But Now Faces Her Own Scandal
Pennsylvania’s Attorney General Kathleen Kane is used to going up against criminals, not her own colleagues, but after she helped expose an email scandal within the state’s government, her career has been in jeopardy. In 2014, Kane’s office released close to 400 pages of emails between state
Killing Threatens Britain's Easy Public Access to Lawmakers
The killing of Jo Cox is raising questions about British lawmakers' longtime practice of weekly face-to-face meetings with the public amid low security
Leonardo DiCaprio Deposition Ordered in 'Wolf of Wall Street' Lawsuit
A judge in New York says Leonardo DiCaprio can be questioned for litigation stemming from "The Wolf of Wall Street."
Kim Kardashian West's GQ Interview: 7 Big Takeaways
Kim Kardashian West opened up to GQ magazine about, well, everything. In a wide-ranging interview that appeared online today, the reality TV star, 35, discussed her husband, Taylor Swift , and of course, her family. Among the takeaways: 1. She loves George W. Bush: During a shoot for her app,
Kanye West to Tour for First Time in Three Years for 'Saint Pablo'
Kanye West is returning to the concert stage for the first time in three years. The multiple Grammy winner will kick off his "The Saint Pablo Tour" on August 25 at Banker’s Life Arena in Indianapolis, Indiana. The tour will visit nearly 40 cities across the United States and Canada, with stops in
Trump Unleashes Tirade on Democrats and Republicans
In addition to his usual attacks on Clinton and Warren, the presumptive nominee called Mitt Romney "pathetic."
Donald Trump Doubles Down on Calling Elizabeth Warren 'Pocahontas'
Donald Trump stayed away from his controversial remarks about a federal judge of Mexican heritage today at a Florida rally, but he dug in on his nickname for Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren , mocking suggestions by some that he should apologize for calling her "Pocahontas." The presumptive
Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton Plan to Campaign in Key Battleground States
ABC News' Mary Bruce reports the latest political news from the 2016 presidential campaign trail.