Trump's former press secretary details his mysterious 2019 hospital visit in behind-the-scenes look at his White House
Former President Donald Trump's secret visit to Walter Reed in 2019 appeared to be for a routine colonoscopy, according to Stephanie Grisham, Trump's former press secretary and first lady Melania Trump's chief of staff.
Military leaders defend Biden's handling of Afghanistan withdrawal
Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Mark Milley are testifying publicly before Senate lawmakers Tuesday, the first time that top military officials will appear before Congress since the full withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan.
Oregon approves the nation's first new congressional map
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown signed the state's redistricting bills Monday, hours before a deadline that would've taken the process out of the legislature's hands and making Oregon the first state with a new congressional map after the 2020 Census.
Fact check: 3 times internal docs contradicted Facebook's public stance
Over the past few years, Facebook has repeatedly come under fire, criticized for everything from how the company's products psychologically harm their users to its role in disseminating fake news, especially related to the 2016 election.
Trump's spiteful support for Abrams over Kemp sparks midterms fear from Georgia Republicans
Donald Trump is escalating his fight against Republican Gov. Brian Kemp of Georgia, and state Republicans fear it will give Democrats a stronger foothold in the key swing state as next year's midterm elections loom.
Democrats say a Civilian Climate Corps will create jobs. Here's how it could work.
When he met with governors this summer from Western states wracked by wildfires and drought, President Joe Biden highlighted one way to tackle the climate crisis that goes beyond more funding for aerial firefighting and better forest management: a Civilian Climate Corps.
A Capitol Hill reckoning for top US general may again put Trump's political storms on full display
Former President Donald Trump shows every sign of aspiring to a new presidency that would shake America's democracy to its core. But a highly charged congressional hearing Tuesday will underscore the institutional and political wreckage still smoldering in the wake of his first White House term.
Democrats look to VA governor's race for early signs of trouble in 2022
The Virginia gubernatorial race between Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Glenn Youngkin is highlighting early warning signs for Democrats about what lies ahead for the 2022 midterm elections. CNN's Jeff Zeleny reports.
'We won': Trump and his allies barrel ahead with election lies despite Arizona review confirming his loss
The Cyber Ninjas failed to prove fraud in the Arizona 2020 election, but former President Donald Trump's election fraud crusade is now proceeding as if they'd won -- pushing for more "forensic audits" and restrictive voting in that state and elsewhere across the country.
Lawmakers set to grill top military leaders on Afghanistan for first time since troop withdrawal
Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Mark Milley are set to testify publicly before Senate lawmakers Tuesday, marking the first time that top military officials will appear before Congress since the full withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan.
US government working to help about 100 US citizens and permanent residents leave Afghanistan
The State Department is working to facilitate the departure of approximately 100 American citizens and legal permanent residents ready to leave Afghanistan, a senior State Department official said Monday.
Senate GOP expected to block bill to suspend debt limit, avert shutdown in key vote Monday
The Senate is slated to take a procedural vote Monday at 5:30 p.m. ET on a House-passed bill to suspend the nation's debt limit and avert a government shutdown, but Senate Republicans have insisted that Democrats should act alone to address the debt limit and are expected to block the measure.