House Intelligence Circus: Nunes Temporarily Steps Down During Ethics Investigation, Hannity Calls for Schiff to Recuse Himself

Devin Nunes

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes has temporarily recused himself from the committee's investigation into Russian election interference due to ethics complaints. On Thursday morning Nunes announced the decision, stating it came after multiple “leftwing activist groups” filed accusations of unethical behavior with the Office of Congressional Ethics. "Several leftwing activist groups

Russians and Hearings and Wiretaps, Oh My! All You Need to Know About Thursday’s Political News Day

Clint Watts

The cloud around the Trump Administration grew a bit darker on Thursday as multiple news stories dropped, implicating associates and officials in sketchy actions that cast more shade on those currently or previously involved with the President of the United States. Whether any of it holds water, we'll just have to

Car and Trip to Brazil Raffled in Campaign for University Student Government

ASUNCION, Paraguay— In Paraguay's national university, the Universidad Nacional de Asunción (UNA), the elections for the student government of each college are in full swing. In the university's law school, Facultad de Derecho UNA, which is esteemed as the country's best law school, there are four candidates running for the presidency.

House Healthcare Bill Pulled: ‘We’re gonna be living with Obamacare for the foreseeable future’

Paul Ryan

The US House of Representatives pulled the healthcare bill before the scheduled vote on Friday after failing to reach the number of votes needed to pass the legislation. House Speaker Paul Ryan's Statement President Donald Trump's Remarks The failure of the vote might be a good thing, as a poll from this week

US News House Intelligence Chair: Trump Team Communications ‘Incidentally Intercepted’ during Normal Foreign Surveillance (Updated)

Devin Nunes

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes held a press conference on Wednesday to announce new information on the incidental collection of communications involving the Trump transition team after the 2016 election. In his opening statement, Nunes stated that the information appeared to be collected incidentally during normal foreign surveillance and that

What You Need to Know: Congressional Hearing with FBI Director Comey and NSA Director Admiral Rogers

FBI Director Comey

The House Intelligence Committee held a public hearing on Russian election interference on Monday, with FBI Director James Comey and NSA Director Admiral Michael Rogers called as witnesses. Almost five hours long, the bulk of it is what you would expect--"I cannot comment on that"--but there are a few pieces of