Graphic new details are emerging about a newly revealed allegation of sexual assault against Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax, as The Washington Post pushes back against Fairfax’s claim that the newspaper found serious problems with the original accusation when it initially opted not to publish the account.
A Hawaii state lawmaker has proposed legislation to effectively ban cigarette sales by raising the minimum smoking age to 100 over the next several years.
Minnesota Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar once described acts of terrorism as a reaction to “our involvement in other people’s affairs,” in the wake of the brutal al-Shabab attack on a Kenyan shopping mall in 2013.
Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax issued a forceful pre-dawn denial on Monday to an allegation of sexual assault that surfaced after 15 years, in the latest political bombshell to rock Richmond where Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam is battling resignation calls over a racist photo from his medical school yearbook.
Gov. Ralph Northam, D-Va., met with key staff members for an unscheduled staff meeting on Sunday before the Super Bowl and is apparently considering his next move after a photo emerged showing a man in blackface and another in Ku Klux Klan garb in his 1984 medical school yearbook page, a report said.
Despite being a lifelong New Yorker, it is no secret that President Trump has a soft spot for Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
In the second part of a wide-ranging interview that aired on Super Bowl Sunday, President Trump downplayed the numerous charges brought by Special Counsel Robert Mueller – saying many of those charged in the investigation had nothing to do with him – while giving no clear answer to whether he would make the report public.
The Pentagon announced Sunday the deployment of another 3,750 active-duty troops to the U.S. border with Mexico.
President Trump is set to deliver his second State of the Union address on Tuesday in the wake of a month-long government shutdown over his proposed border wall that widened the political gap in an already fractured nation and set his approval ratings tumbling.
Harry Reid, the longtime Democrat who represented Nevada in the Senate for three decades and served as the Senate Majority Leader for eight years, on Sunday declined to endorse Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s nascent presidential run.