President Donald Trump says Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who's facing federal investigations into his travel, political activity and potential conflicts of interest, will leave the administration at year's end.
Hans von Spakovsky, a former member of the Federal Election Commission, told CBN News what the campaign finance law means and why he believes Trump did not violate it.
President Donald Trump's former attorney, Michael Cohen, is speaking out after being sentenced to prison for financial crimes and campaign finance violations. Meanwhile, some analysts predict the president may be facing some legal woes of his own...
Conservatives are hopeful he'll bring stability to an embattled DOJ.
The Michael Cohen turmoil is reaching the White House after President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer was given three years in prison for financial crimes and breaking laws before the 2016 election. And that wasn't the only shoe to drop yesterday.
President Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison Wednesday for his personal crimes that were uncovered during the Russia investigation. And two former aides of President Trump – Michael Flynn and Paul Manafort – were in court Tuesday. So is there a growing case against Trump?
The battle between Google and conservatives returned to Capitol Hill Tuesday as the tech giant's CEO assured House Judiciary Committee members he runs the corporation without partiality toward any ideology -- a claim met with extreme skepticism from conservative critics.
A shutdown showdown erupted at the White House today – and that's no exaggeration. President Trump met with Democratic congressional leaders Sen. Chuck Schumer (NY) and Rep. Nancy Pelosi (CA) for the first time since the midterms to discuss funding the government.
President Trump appears to be on track for a big legislative victory before the end of this year, thanks to an announcement from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
It's only two weeks until Christmas and President Trump has quite the shopping list. At the top, a new chief of staff. The president's first choice turned him down, but Trump tweeted Tuesday that, "Many, over ten, are vying for and wanting the White House Chief of Staff position."