Trump Supporters Are Stepping Up Their Attacks On Bob Mueller And The FBI
WASHINGTON ? As the special counsel investigation into possible Russian interference in the 2016 election draws closer to President Donald Trump?s inner circle, the president?s supporters have launched an aggressive effort to undermine Robert Mueller and the legitimacy of the nation?s premier law enforcement agency, painting the FBI as a hotbed of liberal activists bent on taking Trump down.
Manchin: 'I wanted to be more involved' in crafting tax bill
Sen. Joe Manchin tells Chuck Todd in an exclusive interview that he believes Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) convinced the president to pursue a partisan strategy to pass the tax bill, rather than work with Democrats.
Mystery swirls around powerful North Korea official as Hwang Pyong-so remains missing
NBC WSJ Poll: Democratic favorability highest since 2008
Ralph Northam Draws Progressive Ire Over Medicaid Comments
WASHINGTON ? Virginia Gov.-elect Ralph Northam drew the ire of progressives on Sunday, who accused him of walking back ? before even taking office ? his promise to expand Medicaid for more low-income people.
Firefighters Take Advantage of Calmer Winds to Dig In and Contain Californian Wildfires
British embassy worker found murdered in Lebanon: official
A British woman employed at the UK embassy in Lebanon has been found murdered, a senior official said Sunday, adding that the crime did not appear to be political. According to her social media profiles, she was employed by the UK Department for International Development (DFID).
Power Restored At Atlanta International Airport After 11-Hour Outage
Vatican issues new rules for relics in saint-making process
VATICAN CITY (AP) ? The Vatican's saint-making office has updated its rules governing the use of relics for would-be saints, issuing detailed new guidelines Saturday that govern how body parts and cremated remains are to be obtained, transferred and protected for eventual veneration.
Sandy Hook mom rips Trump for hosting NRA exec at White House party on 5th anniversary of massacre
Nicole Hockley, whose son was among the 20 children killed in the 2012 Newtown, Conn., shootings, is furious about Trump?s decision to host National Rifle Association executive vice president Wayne LaPierre at a White House Christmas party on Dec. 14 ? the fifth anniversary of the massacre.