Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Resigns After Clashes With President Trump On ImmigrationDepartment of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen abruptly resigned Sunday, as the president continues to fume over continued illegal border crossings.
New York Lawmakers And Residents Are At Odds Over Summarized Findings In Mueller ReportWord of the contents of the Mueller Report is sparking debate from our area's federal lawmakers to New Yorkers from both parties protesting in front of Trump Tower.
Attorney General Barr Expected To Release Mueller Report Summary SoonAttorney General William Barr will now summarize Mueller's report for lawmakers. It is not clear whether the report or any part of it will be made public -- that's left to Barr's discretion.
Michael Cohen Search Warrant, Affidavits From 2018 ReleasedDocuments that led to the search of former Trump attorney and personal fixer Michael Cohen's home and office were released on Tuesday.
Senate Votes To Reject President Trump's National Emergency Declaration, Setting Up His First VetoIn a rebuke of the president, the Senate voted 59-41 to pass legislation Thursday afternoon rejecting President Trump's national emergency declaration concerning the U.S.-Mexico border.
Airlines Working To Rebook Passengers After Boeing 737 MAX 8 Planes GroundedWith the United States joining the growing list of nations to ground all Boeing 737 MAX 8 airplanes, what does that mean for passengers scheduled to fly on those planes?
Boeing 737 Max Planes Grounded In U.S.President Trump announced Wednesday that all Boeing 737 Max planes will be grounded "effective immediately," after the second such deadly plane crash in five months.
Paul Manafort Indicted In New York After Being Sentenced To A Total Of 7.5 YearsProsecutors in New York brought state charges Wednesday against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort — a move that appeared at least partly designed to guard against the possibility that President Donald Trump could pardon him.