Leaders are meant to keep state secrets. Just not at home.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats responded with aggrieved fury when former President Donald Trump was found in possession of classified documents that should have been turned over to the government when he left office.
Former U.S. leaders asked to re-check for classified docs
WASHINGTON (AP) — The National Archives has asked former U.S. presidents and vice presidents to re-check their personal records for any classified documents following the news that President Joe Biden and former Vice President Mike Pence had such docume
Pence jabs at Biden over classified docs, says he and Trump are done
Former Vice President Mike Pence took a thinly veiled swipe at President Biden’s handling of classified documents Friday — while also telling a Florida audience that he and former President D…
Too Many Top Secrets
The U.S. government classifies tens of millions of documents a year. Experts say the practice is excessive.
Secret papers discovered at Mike Pence’s home
Classified government documents have been found at the residence in Indiana of Mike Pence, months after the former vice-president denied taking such papers home.Pence, 63, who has made little secret of his ambition to run for the White House next year, wa
Why Trump’s Facebook ban was a blow to democracy | Opinion
There’s still a chance he could be president of the United States in about two years’ time. So, yes, I would like to know exactly what is on his mind
The GOP Is a Circus, Not a Caucus
The Speaker pays off his debts to the extremist base.
Six more classified documents found in new search of Biden's home
The documents were from Biden's time as vice president and a senator.
Can Trump Count on Evangelicals in 2024? Some Leaders Are Wavering.
The former president, who relied on evangelical voters in 2016, has accused Christian leaders of “disloyalty” and blamed them for Republicans’ disappointing midterm performance.
Trump rings in 2023 facing headwinds in his White House run
Donald Trump began 2022 on a high
January 6 committee to use last meeting to refer Trump to justice department
Lawmakers expected to outline findings and vote to issue criminal and civil referrals on Monday
Q&A: How Ted Henifin plans to fix Jackson's water system
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — The manager appointed by the U.S. Department of Justice to help fix the long-troubled water system in Mississippi’s capital has an expansive list of reforms on his plate. Over one year , Ted Henifin intends to make substantial pr
US workers sue Georgia for transgender healthcare discrimination
Three employees call for Georgia’s state health insurance to cover gender-confirming healthcare and other procedures.
38 women accuse James Toback of sexual misconduct in lawsuit
NEW YORK (AP) — More than three dozen women have filed a lawsuit in New York against writer and director James Toback, accusing him of sexual abuse. The lawsuit, filed in state Supreme Court in Manhattan on Monday, comes after New York state last month
Trump's Constitution remarks put McConnell, GOP on defense
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday that anyone who thinks the Constitution should be suspended would have a “very hard time” becoming president in the United States, trying to distance himself from Donald Trump'
Ron DeSantis book announcement a clear sign of presidential ambition
Florida governor expected to challenge Trump for Republican nod in 2024 will publish The Courage to Be Free in February
Trump mocks ‘loser’ Mitch McConnell after condemnation over Nick Fuentes meeting
Trump says senate minority leader wouldn’t have won in Kentucky ‘without my endorsement’
McCarthy condemns Trump dinner with Jew-bashers Nick Fuentes, Kanye West
WASHINGTON — House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy on Tuesday condemned former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago dinner last week with white supremacist Nick Fuentes and disgraced anti-Jewis…
Defeated election conspiracists seek to lead Michigan GOP
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The Republicans who lost their races for Michigan's top three statewide offices after promoting falsehoods about the 2020 presidential election are not planning to go quietly.
Mike Pence is asked to testify against Trump in new Capitol riot inquiry
The US justice department has asked the former vice-president Mike Pence to testify in its investigation into Donald Trump’s attempt to overturn the 2020 electi
Trump holds comfortable lead over DeSantis in 2024 primary poll
Ex-president launched his 2024 bid with notable absences and defections
Mike Pence calls special counsel’s Trump probe ‘very troubling’
‘I am not sure it’s against the law to take bad advice from your lawyers’
Justice department reportedly asks Pence to testify in Trump investigation
Former vice-president said last week that he would not testify to the House January 6 committee
Trump 2024 rivals court his donors as primary season begins
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Republicans considering a 2024 run for the White House will assemble in Las Vegas this weekend, with anxious donors and activists openly considering whether or not to support Donald Trump for a third straight time.
The AP Interview: Pence says voters want new leadership
NEW YORK (AP) — Former Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday that voters are “looking for new leadership” following the disappointing midterm elections for Republicans, who are now openly debating whether his onetime boss, Donald Trump , should