A review of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server is expected to be released soon by the Department of Justice’s inspector general. It may help answer growing questions among Republicans about possible bias at the FBI – and shed light on the origins of the Trump-Russia probe.
The five-and-a-half hour federal freeze ended with President Trump signing a $400 billion budget deal, passed in the Senate and the House despite opposition from tea party conservatives and liberal Democrats.
An estimated 40 transgender candidates plan to run for office in the upcoming mid-term elections, signaling a tidal shift in LGBT representation in government. Many candidates cite what they see as anti-LGBT policies from the White House as motivation to run.
At a breakfast for reporters hosted by The Christian Science Monitor, former Attorney General Eric Holder calls political gerrymandering 'a fundamental affront to our system of democracy.' He's heading a Democratic effort that seeks a more level playing field well beyond the next elections.