The Republican chairman of the powerful House Oversight Committee is asking the Environmental Protection Agency to answer more questions about Administrator Scott Pruitt's arrangement to live in a Capitol Hill townhouse connected to lobbyists. South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy asked the EPA to provide
After Democrats called for — and got — Sen. Al Franken 's resignation amid sexual misconduct allegations, Republicans are now being forced to face the question of why the Republican-backed Senate candidate Roy Moore in Alabama isn't being held to the same standard. "I of all people am aware that
As an attack in Barcelona, Spain, today left 13 people dead and more than 100 injured, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson offered condolences for the "loss of life and injuries" of "so many innocent people, yet again." In the incident local police called a "terror attack," a van slammed into
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is hoping to send Senate Republicans home for the Fourth of July recess with a revised version of their health care bill, but it remains unclear if he can bridge the deep divides over the bill in his own party. “Senator McConnell’s goal is to finish our work
NEW YORK -- After having his Turkish passport canceled and receiving death threats, Enes Kanter is back safely in the United States and says he hopes to stay here for good as an American citizen. After he was held in Romania by authorities there because his Turkish passport was canceled by Turkish
After being detained in Romania and having his passport revoked, Enes Kanter is back in the United States after landing in New York on Sunday morning, his agent told ESPN. Kanter will hold a news conference Monday at 9:30 a.m. at National Basketball Players Association headquarters in New York.
A plane piloted by Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Oklahoma) ran off the runway Sunday night in Ketchum, Oklahoma. According to a spokesperson for the senator, he was out flying with another local pilot, each in separate planes, when severe weather forced him to make an unscheduled landing in Ketchum. An FAA
Top U.S. leaders laid out the major worldwide threats facing the United States at Tuesday's Senate Armed Services Committee hearing -- including homegrown terrorism and North Korea's nuclear program. "It's a very accurate litany of doom," said Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) during the testimony by James
President Obama poked fun at the Republican presidential candidates tonight for their complaints about the moderators at the CNBC debate last week. “They can’t handle a bunch of CNBC moderators," the president said at a DNC fundraiser held after a showing of Hamilton on Broadway. "I mean, let me
Climate change denier Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) threw a snowball at someone on the Senate floor to try and debunk climate change.