Lynne Patton, a Trump administration official, celebrated in a triumphant statement the news of Special Counsel Robert Mueller finding no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia after more than two years of investigating.
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Mueller delivered his final report to Barr, marking the official end of the investigation --and with no further indictments on the way.
National Security Advisor John Bolton on Thursday called on China to exert pressure on North Korea, as the road ahead for denuclearization talks remains unclear.
National Security Adviser John Bolton warned the United States may act militarily to protect as many as 50,000 Americans in Venezuela.
Acting Pentagon chief Patrick Shanahan delivered a sobering statistic on Wednesday at a think-tank in Washington: Last year, China put 34 rockets into orbit -- more than double the 17 that the U.S.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on Wednesday called out critics of President Trump who are using his remarks about the late Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) to attack him.
Sen. Doug Jones (D-AL) dodged giving an answer when asked whether he thought President Trump should be "impeached or beaten in 2020."
Half of Americans agree with President Trump that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation is a "witch hunt."
Donald Trump Jr. came out in defense of Chelsea Clinton on Saturday morning for speaking out against Rep. Ilhan Omar's (D-MN) antisemitic remarks.
The Pentagon unveiled a $750 billion budget request for 2020, that prioritizes the threats from China and Russia.
A bipartisan group of Florida lawmakers want Iran to fulfill its promise to assist in finding Robert Levinson, a former FBI agent who disappeared in Iran 12 years ago.
Young Americans are more likely to embrace socialism than past generations, a poll published by Axios on Monday said.
Deutch in an emotional speech on the House floor on Thursday slammed his fellow Democrats for tolerating antisemitism.
Jerry Nadler (D-NY) has hired a campaign consultant who also works for the wife of the head of a Russia propaganda outlet.
Doug Schoen, who was an adviser to former President Bill Clinton, warned House Democrats against reinforcing a "witch hunt" narrative.
Only 37 percent of people surveyed found former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen's testimony in front of the House Oversight and Government Reform this week to be credible, according to a poll published Friday.
The search is underway for President Trump's next pick for United States ambassador to the United Nations, and experts say that a top priority for him or her should be to reduce waste of U.S.
There was much anticipation over the expected rivalry between the United States and China at a global security conference in Munich over the weekend, given a sense among global elites that the U.S.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) congratulated President Trump for destroying the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria's caliphate, at the Munich Security Conference on Friday.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) called the border wall proposal hammered out by congressional negotiators a "big victory" for President Trump.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's planned visit to New Hampshire on Friday prompts speculation that he may enter the crowded 2020 Democrat presidential field.
House Judiciary Committee Democrats and acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker faced off Friday during a contentious six-hearing hearing that focused primarily on whether he or President Trump had ever tried to interfere with the special counsel investigation.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted on Thursday to advance to the Senate floor the nomination of William Barr for attorney general.
President Donald Trump during his State of the Union speech on Tuesday said he has "accelerated" negotiations to reach a political settlement in Afghanistan.
Voices on the left calling for Democrat Virginia Governor Ralph Northam to resign are piling up, after a medical school yearbook photo of him in black face or a KKK robe surfaced on Friday.
Lindsey Graham, in a letter toFBI Director Christopher Wray, demanded answers on the FBI’s arrest of Roger Stone last week during a pre-dawn raid on his home filmed exclusively by CNN.
Young Americans have a desire to serve their nation in some way, but too few are signing up to do so, according to a new report by the National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service.
Stone's indictment on Friday morning alleged several process crimes, but no collusion or conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Two Green Berets are fighting for their careers after being associated with an anonymous email that accused commanders of lowering standards.
Pentagon comptroller David Norquist announced Wednesday that the DOD has already begun its second department-wide audit.
Democrats insisted that networks give them equal airtime to respond to Trump's first Oval Office address, but it may have backfired.
When a video clip of Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) dancing went viral liberals and left-wing journalists immediately accused GOPs of being "outraged."
Democrats are sharply divided over whether and how to impeach President Trump, just days into taking control of the House.
Trump allies are rallying around former Virginia Senator Jim Webb to fill the position of Defense Secretary, after the abrupt departure of retired Marine General Jim Mattis.
Chinese President Xi Jinping warned Taiwan in a speech on Wednesday that independence was a "dead end" and reiterated his goal remains to reunify the island with mainland China, even if by force.
President Trump has always shown a fondness for the military rank-and-file, often saluting the Marines who man Marine One.
U.S. Strategic Command caused an online uproar on Monday after tweeting a video of a stealth bomber dropping conventional bombs on a testing range.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis will hand over the reins of the Pentagon to Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan as acting secretary of defense during a phone call scheduled for Monday.
A store clerk at a vape store was fired Friday evening after he was caught on video screaming at a customer wearing a shirt that read, "Trump" as well as a MAGA hat, demanding for him to leave and refusing to sell him anything.
Actor Milo Ventimiglia spent the holidays overseas with the troops this year, flying along with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford as part of the 15th annual USO holiday tour.
Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen on Thursday afternoon shot down a report claiming there was evidence he visited Prague in 2016 as part of an election collusion scheme with the Russians, as outlined in the infamous "pee dossier.
Mueller issued a memo Friday that detailed assistance Cohen has provided to his investigation into if the Trump campaign colluded with Russia.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis signed a request from the Department of Homeland Security on Tuesday that will extend a deployment to the Southwest border through next year.
Trump has played it cool with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman and Russian President Putin so far at the G-20 summit in Buenos Aires.
The Pentagon will extend the troop deployment at the southwest border with Mexico through the end of January based on a request from DHS.
The Pentagon's Defense Logistics Agency has worked for months get Thanksgiving meals sent to U.S. troops serving overseas and at the Southwest border this Thanksgiving holiday.
Trump dropped a bombshell on Wednesday when he appointed his former Sessions chief of staff Matthew Whitaker to serve as acting attorney general.
Democrat Debbie Mucarsel-Powell defeated Florida incumbent Rep. Carlos Curbelo Tuesday evening, in a closely-watched tossup race.
Republican South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster won his reelection race Tuesday evening, defeating a challenge from Democrat James Smith.
Republican incumbent Kentucky Rep. Andy Barr defeated his Democrat challenger Amy McGrath Tuesday night in a close race for his House seat.
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) on Monday expressed optimism that Republicans will hold the House, a day before voters head to the polls.
The U.S. commander overseeing the military's response to the migrant caravan said the caravan was unlike anything officials have seen before.
Republican Gov. Rick Scott is tied with incumbent Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson among likely voters in the race for U.S. Senate in Florida, according to a new poll.
Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has tried to tamp down talk of impeachment, vowing to be less partisan if the Democrats retake the House.
The U.S. Navy confirmed Monday that it sent two warships through the Taiwan Strait earlier in the day, in a move that is likely to irk China.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will appear in front of Congress after all, next Wednesday, for a transcribed interview.
President Trump on Thursday endorsed Virginia Republican Rep. Dave Brat in his reelection race this November.
McSally responded to Sinema's recently unearthed remarks that it was OK for Americans to go and fight for the Taliban against U.S. troops.
Democrat Cindy Axne, who is running for Iowa's 3rd district seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, avoided answering whether she would vote to impeach President Donald Trump.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) told Breitbart News on Wednesday evening that Democrats have taken civility to a "new low" during Kavanaugh's confirmation.
Susan Rice's Republican son was assaulted Tuesday at an event at Stanford University, according to Stanford College Republicans.
Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn (TN) has an eight-point lead over Democrat Phil Bredesen in the race for outgoing Sen. Bob Corker's (R-TN) seat in November, according to a new poll.
Residents of a small pro-Trump town in Iowa are grappling with the aftermath of a recent news story that put them under the media spotlight, after a disgraced reporter spent three days there trying to dig up dirt on Congressman Devin Nunes's (R-CA) family.
The chief counsel for Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) shut down TV Resistance lawyer Michael Avenatti on Tuesday, after Avenatti -- who is representing Julie Swetnick -- asked him to "please respond to our requests.
The House Intelligence Committee voted to declassify transcripts of interviews with more than 50 witnesses from the Russia investigation.
The State Department approved a $330 million deal to sell spare aircraft parts to Taiwan this week, the second such arms deal under Trump.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order that seeks to prevent and punish foreign interference in U.S. elections.The executive order, which would impose sanctions on individuals, entities, or countries, was announced by National Security Adviser John Bolton during a White House conference call.
Nearly 17 years after the Afghanistan War began, there are few signs of progress and indications theTaliban is increasing its hold onto power in Afghanistan, despite continued U.S.
Some see the piece as a message to voters, coming less than 60 days before a midterm election where Democrats threaten to take the House.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) on Thursday said "it's time" for senior administration officials to invoke the 25th Amendment and remove President Trump from office.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Tuesday slammed Bob Woodward's book about the Trump administration, which claimed he had said the president had the understanding of a "fifth or sixth grader.
Republican nominee and Missouri state Attorney General Josh Hawley is now tied with Democrat incumbent Sen. Claire McCaskill in the race for Missouri's U.S. senate seat this November, according to a new poll.
Report: Bruce Ohr, Christopher Steele Worked on Alleged FBI Plot to 'Flip' Russians During Work on Dossier
Bruce Ohr and Christopher Steele apparently worked on an FBI plot to get dirt on President Trump in exchange for visas, according to a report.
Two-thirds of Republicans and a third of independents think special counsel Robert Mueller's Russiainvestigation should be shut down, according to a new poll.
At a rare press conference earlier this week, Mattis discussed some of the historic changes he has overseen since taking office about 19 months ago.
George Papadopoulos, a former Trump campaign aide, will stick with his decision to plead guilty to making false statements to the FBI.
Comedian Kathy Griffin ripped President Trump's tribute to Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) shortly after his death was announced Saturday evening, in a profanity-laced tweet.
Two civilian contractors found themselves in the fight of their lives after Taliban fighters set off a massive suicide vehicle bomb at the gate of their base in Afghanistan the night of August 7, 2015, and rushed inside.
Facebook on Thursday removed a piece by Salena Zito on why Trump supporters won't care about Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort convictions.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis expressed solidarity with President Trump's stripping of former CIA Director John Brennan's security clearance earlier this week.
Justice Department Official Bruce Ohr is expected to testify in front of the House Judiciary Committee on August 28 about his relationship with Trump dossier author Christopher Steele,according to Rep.
Rep. Mike Rogers (R-AL) said Friday in an interview with Sirius XM's Breitbart News Dailythat the United States needed a Space Force to meet the threats posed by China and Russia.
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs Randall Schriver said the Navy will continue to challenge China in the South China Sea.
Paul Manafort's former business partner Rick Gates testified on Monday as a witness against Manafort, as part of Robert Mueller's first case.Paul Manafort's former
U.S. airlines that partially caved to Beijing's demands on identifying Taiwan on their websites have requested an extension on further caving.
China is waging an aggressive campaign to steal and acquire technology from the United States, experts warned.
The U.S. has wasted at least $15 billion in taxpayer dollars on failed reconstruction projects in Afghanistan.
Two House Republican chairmen called for the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) applications on Carter Page to be unredacted.
The Pentagon announced Friday it is providing $200 million to Ukraine to strengthen its military, which is locked in low-grade war with Russia. The funds will go to additional training, equipment, and advisory efforts.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis told members of Congress this week that the recent NATO summit was "one of the most productive" he has ever attended.
President Trump brought up the issue of Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election during his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, both leaders acknowledged during a press conference.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Friday called NBC News' report that the Pentagon was in "damage-control" mode to reassure NATO allies after President Trump's visit "fiction."
Army Cpl. Joseph Maciel from South Gate, California, was killed over the weekend in southern Afghanistan by an Afghan soldier in an apparent "green-on-blue" attack as he was protecting his fellow soldiers.
Investigators have found additional communications between FBI official Peter Strzok and his lover, former FBI lawyer Lisa Page, that show his team was rushing in the fall of 2016 to find evidence of collusion by then-candidate Donald Trump.
President Trump on Thursday at campaign rally in Montana for Republican Senate candidate Matt Rosendale said he would tell NATO members on Monday, "You gotta start paying your bills.
Marine Corps veteran Kirstie Ennis’s helicopter crashed in Afghanistan in 2012, leaving her with an above-the-knee amputation, a broken neck,and facial reconstruction. Since then, she added competitive snowboarder and mountain climber to her accomplishments, and recently, she added pin-up model.
The House on Thursday passed a resolution demanding that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein turn over all Justice Department and FBI documents requested by members of Congress investigating the FBI's handling of the Trump-Russia investigation by July 7.
The House is preparing to vote this Thursday on a resolution demanding that the Justice Department hand over requested documents related to the FBI's handling of the Trump-Russia investigation, according to Politico.
The Pentagon has decided on two military bases in Texas that can temporarily house illegal aliens or unaccompanied children from July through December while their cases are processed: Goodfellow Air Force Base and Fort Bliss.
A fight between career officials and Trump political appointees at the State Department bureau is now breaking out into the open, over a recent Trump political appointee.