Republicans who voted for impeachment face barrage of pro-Trump primary challengers
Nine out of the 10 Republicans who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump over his alleged role in inspiring the attack on the Capitol by a mob of his supporters are already facing primary challenges – and some of them may have a very hard time holding on to their seats.
McConnell, Grassley, Crapo demand DOJ, FBI probe disclosure of tax information of super wealthy
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Republican Sens. Chuck Grassley and Mike Crapo are demanding the Justice Department and the FBI investigate the disclosure of confidential tax information of some of the country's wealthiest taxpayers.
'Her instinct is to dig in': Kamala Harris' struggles to answer border question seen as part of a pattern
Several allies and former aides to Vice President Kamala Harris had "flashbacks" last week as they watched her fumble a politically sensitive question during her first foreign trip, seeing the misstep as part of a broader pattern of messaging challenges that have dogged her since her presidential campaign.
China pushes back against G-7 joint statement, blames 'sinister intentions' of US, others
China's embassy in London on Monday responded to a joint statement issued by leaders at the G-7 summit in Cornwall, England, and said these countries should be focused on cooperation not “harming” its interest.
Exclusive: US assessing reported leak at Chinese nuclear power facility
The US government has spent the past week assessing a report of a leak at a Chinese nuclear power plant, after a French company that part owns and helps operate it warned of an "imminent radiological threat," according to US officials and documents reviewed by CNN.
Democrats demand testimony from Trump's attorneys general as media executives seek answers
Democrats are demanding sworn testimony from Donald Trump's former attorneys general in an exploding scandal over secret seizures of communications records from top lawmakers and news organizations on the ex-President's enemies list.
Navy commander apologizes for golfing with former chief of defence staff under military police investigation
News/Canada: The Commander of the Royal Canadian Navy has apologized for golfing with former top soldier, retired Gen. Jonathan Vance, while he’s under a military police investigation over allegations of inappropriate behaviour with female subordinates.
Biden, at G-7, says US, Russia can work together to help people of ‘Libya’ – meant to say ‘Syria,’ aides say
President Joe Biden fumbled during a press conference at the G-7 summit Sunday, mixing up “Libya” and “Syria” – not once, but three times – while discussing humanitarian aid to countries torn apart by civil war.
Biden congratulates Israel’s incoming PM Naftali Bennett, vows support for 'Israelis, Palestinians'
President Joe Biden on Sunday congratulated Israel’s incoming Prime Minister Naftali Bennett after Israel’s parliament voted to approve a new government, effectively ending Benjamin Netanyahu’s historic 12 years in office.
AOC agrees with calls for Breyer to step down from Supreme Court
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is "inclined to say yes" to calls by progressive organizations and at least one fellow Democrat in Congress for 82-year-old Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to retire at the end of the current term of the high court.
DOJ sought account information of top Trump White House lawyer: report
Apple informed former Trump administration White House counsel Don McGahn that the Justice Department subpoenaed information about an email account of his in 2018, and forbade Apple from letting him know, according to a New York Times report.