Georgia DA investigating Trump has subpoenaed officials from secretary of state's office
An Atlanta-area district attorney investigating Donald Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 election results has subpoenaed half a dozen officials from the Georgia secretary of state's office, according to copies of the documents obtained by CNN.
Jury begins deliberations in trial of former Hillary Clinton lawyer Michael Sussmann
The jury in the trial of Michael Sussmann, the Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer charged by special counsel John Durham as part of his inquiry into the origins of the FBI's Trump-Russia probe, began deliberations Friday afternoon.
Oz says he's earned 'presumptive Republican nomination,' even as Pennsylvania Senate primary recount kicks off
Pennsylvania Senate candidate Mehmet Oz released a video on Friday in which the celebrity doctor calls himself the "presumptive Republican" nominee on the same day counties can begin recounting ballots in the commonwealth's tight GOP primary.
Finnish foreign minister optimistic that 'sooner or later' Finland and Sweden will be NATO members
Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto expressed optimism that "sooner or later, Finland and Sweden will be members of NATO" and said discussions with the Turkish government would continue as Ankara threatens to block the two nations from joining the defensive alliance.
US intelligence assessing whether North Korea tested missile with properties not seen before
The US intelligence community is trying to determine whether North Korea tested a ballistic missile with properties the US has not seen before earlier this week, according to three US officials.
Biden calls on 2022 Naval Academy graduates to be 'defenders of democracy' amid mounting global challenges
President Joe Biden on Friday called on this year's graduating class at the US Naval Academy to be "defenders of democracy" in an address outlining the many challenges the world and the graduates now face, including Russia's war on Ukraine.
Obama congratulates boy who touched his head in iconic photo on graduating high school
Former President Barack Obama took to Instagram on Friday to congratulate Jacob Philadelphia, the boy who famously touched Obama's head in an iconic 2009 White House photo, on his high school graduation.
Here's what Biden has done on guns and what advocacy groups say he can still do without Congress
President Joe Biden has acknowledged there is little he can do without the support of congressional Republicans to stop the horrific mass shootings that happen with alarming frequency in the United States.
Exclusive: DOJ interviews Georgia Republicans about interactions with Trump campaign in fake elector probe
Federal investigators have interviewed Republicans in Georgia about interactions with people in former President Donald Trump's orbit and his 2020 reelection campaign, as the Justice Department's sprawling criminal probe examines efforts to put forth alternate slates of electors to displace Joe Biden electors in battleground states Trump lost.
DOJ declines charges against former FBI agents who botched Nassar case
The Justice Department won't bring charges against two former FBI agents accused of mishandling the sex abuse inquiry of former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, the third time prosecutors have reached that conclusion.
This Ted Cruz exchange on guns is deeply revealing
Following a vigil for the 19 children and two teachers who died in a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, Mark Stone, a US correspondent for the British outlet Sky News, asked Ted Cruz a simple question: "Is this the moment to reform gun laws?"
US preparing to approve advanced long-range rocket system for Ukraine
The Biden administration is preparing to step up the kind of weaponry it is offering Ukraine by sending advanced, long-range rocket systems that are now the top request from Ukrainian officials, multiple officials say.