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Newt Gingrich calls special counsel team 'bad people'
Gingrich, the author of "Understanding Trump," tells "GMA" he has concerns about the staff hired by special counsel Robert Mueller and believes congressional Republicans should "look into" Mueller's hires.
James Comey: Everything you need to know about the former FBI director
Former FBI Director James Comey will testify about his discussions with President Donald Trump on June 8, a month after his firing and weeks after his predecessor was chosen to lead the investigation into Russian interference in last year's presidential election. The Senate Intelligence Committee
What the law says about the perjury allegations against Jeff Sessions
Following the revelation that Attorney General Jeff Sessions met with the Russian ambassador to the United States on two occasions in 2016 despite assertions during his confirmation hearing that he had no contact with the country, some lawmakers and oversight organizations around Washington have
What Has to Be Proved for Perjury Charges Against Hillary Clinton
Two top Republicans sent a letter this week to the leading federal prosecutor in Washington, laying out their case for perjury charges against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton over false testimony she gave to Congress. The letter cites several inaccurate statements she made when testifying in
NFL Confirms Deflated Footballs Played During First Half of Game
Well when I'm Dan Cutler in New York developing now new deflate gate details today the NFL is given an inside look at its investigation into that scandal. And then a short time later the patriots team ownership opens up about the league's inquiry. In east there too risky join us now find this story
Your Guide To CPAC 2014
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) IT’S THAT TIME AGAIN: The three-day Conservative Political Action Conference kicks off today near Washington, DC. Think of it as an early Republican spring training for the 2016 presidential campaign — a chance for potential candidates to talk to conservative
Intel Questions Plague Obama
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES SENATE INTEL CHAIR CALLS FOR ‘MAJOR REVIEW’: Despite the furor over spying on its friends, the Obama administration is undecided on whether it will stop surveillance of all its allies after the head of the Senate Intelligence Committee claimed it...
Behind the Curtain of the Bush-Cheney White House: Who Was Really Calling the Shots?
Author Peter Baker documents how Bush and Cheney drifted apart over the course of the administration
Read an Excerpt of Peter Baker's New Book 'Days of Fire'
Excerpted from DAYS OF FIRE: BUSH AND CHENEY IN THE WHITE HOUSE by Peter Baker Copyright © 2013 by Peter Baker. Excerpted by permission of Doubleday, a division of Random House, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted...
President Obama's Surprise Revelation of Sealed Benghazi Indictment
President Obama surprised aides when he revealed today the existence of a sealed indictment in the Benghazi, Libya, attack, leaving some wondering if he crossed a legal line. At a press conference at the White House, President Obama was asked whether justice would come to those responsible for the