Rod Blagojevich News
Blagojevich's Attorney Blasts Judge's Ruling
Disgraced Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich's defense attorney Sam Adam Jr. sounded off after U.S. District Judge James B. Zagel decided to not reduce his 14-year sentence.
Today in History
Today in History Today is Wednesday, Dec. 7, the 342nd day of 2016. There are 24 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Dec. 7, 1941, Imperial Japan's navy launched a pre-emptive attack on the U.S. Navy base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, one of a series of raids in the Pacific. The
Imprisoned Former CIA Officer Fights Conviction Over Leak
A former CIA employee serving a 3 1/2 year-prison term on charges that he leaked government secrets to a reporter is taking his case to a federal appeals court
Disgraced Illinois Gov . Rod Blagojevich Appears in Court Via Video Link
In his first public appearance since checking into a Colorado federal prison in 2012, former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich appeared via a video link before a federal court today, nearly eight years after being arrested on charges that made his name synonymous with government corruption. His 14-year
In Leaked Recordings, DNC Shown Controlling Donor Access
The release of a trove of “embarrassing” hacked internal emails and private voicemail recordings reveal not only the unseemly deal-making involved in recruiting high-dollar donations for political campaigns, but the role fundraising officials play in approving and denying access to President Obama
This Week in History: June 26-July 2
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.
Jon Stewart’s Jokes on Politics’ Biggest Scandals and Moments Then and Now
Late night TV will miss its greatest and most trusted phony newsman. Jon Stewart became a must-see for political interviews over his 16-year career as host of Comedy Central’s " The Daily Show ." Every night, he poked fun at politicians and media pundits and the latest headlines, offering his
Richard Nixon and 5 Other Deceitful Politicians
Before President Nixon officially resigned 40 years ago tomorrow, he had assured Americans that they deserved to know whether their president was a crook. "Well," he told a Nov. 17, 1973, news conference, "I'm not a crook." With that, the beleaguered commander-in-chief painted himself into a corner
Gary Condit's Secret Affair with Chandra Levy
Act 1: An affair with an intern, a CIA leak and greed put these political scandals on the countdown.