President Donald Trump on Thursday defended his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin last month and decried the “Russian hoax,” speaking at a rally just hours removed from his top national security officials decrying Russian attempts to influence US elections.
Ohio State University placed its head football coach, Urban Meyer, on paid administrative leave on Wednesday as it investigates whether he was aware of domestic violence allegations against fired assistant coach Zach Smith.
Ohio State University football coach and three-time national championship winner Urban Meyer is on paid leave as the school investigates exactly what he knew about the spousal abuse allegations leveled against his longtime assistant.
President Donald Trump’s tweet Wednesday calling on his attorney general, Jeff Sessions to end special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian election interference came as his lawyers continue to haggle with the special counsel about the parameters of a potential presidential interview.
Former President Barack Obama on Wednesday announced his first wave of endorsements for Democratic candidates vying for elected positions up and down the ballot this November.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders defends President Donald Trump’s contradicting June tweets on the immigration bill, placing blame for its failure on Democrats.
A top immigration official on Tuesday said family detention centers are “more like summer camp” than a jail during a congressional hearing on the administration’s efforts to reunite thousands of immigrant families separated as a result of its zero-tolerance immigration policy.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has privately told senators he views the appointment of a special counsel by the Justice Department as appropriate, a comment that could shed new light about his views on Robert Mueller’s investigation into Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, according to sources familiar with the meetings.