Federal and state investigations into the fundraising practices of New York Mayor Bill de Blasio have concluded without criminal charges, even though the Manhattan district attorney said Thursday the actions of the Democratic mayor appeared contrary to the "intent and ...
More agents along the border, but a hobbled PBS. A bigger military, but less chance of getting a decent lawyer if you're poor.
President Trump’s Twitter finger struck again last week when he asked 46 U.S. attorneys to resign, including Preet Bharara, who commanded the Southern District of New York.
Bedford-Stuyvesant’s P.S. 23 Carter G. Woodson Elementary School was the venue last week for a lively town hall meeting hosted by Councilman Robert Cornegy and Mayor Bill de Blasio. Cornegy was the moderator.
The Trump White House must be highly agitated after reports that the House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) announced Wednesday that his panel had received no evidence of wiretapping during the last election campaign.
They call themselves “non-partisan” health professionals, including doctors, nurses and social workers numbering in the thousands who first protested at 20 sites across the nation Feb. 25 outside elected officials’ offices.
With the arrival of the Trump administration we have a state of governance in which no matter where you turn there is either paralysis or uncertainty.
The effort to repeal and replace health care is generating headlines, and the attempt to investigate Trump’s Russia connections is of high importance.
Ben Carson appeared to liken slaves to immigrants who choose to come to the United States while addressing employees at the Department of Housing and Urban Development Monday.
New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been vocal about raising the age of criminal responsibility in New York State.
Donald Trump’s potential replacement of the Affordable Care Act has caused an uproar among progressive politicians in the country—and among non-progressives.
President Barack Obama was irked and exasperated in response to his successor's wiretapping accusation, sources close to the former president tell CNN, though these sources say Obama's reaction stopped short of outright fury.
Rev. Al Sharpton and Attorney General Jeff Sessions met on Tuesday along with other leading civil rights leaders to discuss a wide range of issues.
Former White House officials are strongly refuting President Donald Trump's stunning allegation that his predecessor, Barack Obama, wiretapped his phones at Trump Tower ahead of the 2016 election.
President Donald Trump signed a new executive order Monday banning immigration from six Muslim-majority countries, notably dropping Iraq from January's previous order.