Russia has figured out how to jam U.S. drones in Syria, officials say

Four U.S. officials said Russia's signal scrambling has seriously affected military operations

Trump Escalates Mueller Criticism, Calling Probe Attack on U.S.

President doesn’t say whether he’ll fire special counsel

In Syria we need strength, not another war

In the wake of further chemical attacks on the people of Syria, the Trump administration has said it is weighing its military and diplomatic options

Gorsuch's First Year: An Anniversary Worth Celebrating

April 10 is a day worth celebrating: It marks Justice Neil Gorsuch’s first anniversary on the United States Supreme Court

The race to replace Paul Ryan is on

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Whip Steve Scalise have started courting Republicans in case the speaker retires

No excuse for Republicans not to cut spending now

At the federal level, Republicans seem to have run out of ideas since tax reform

Florida Gov. Rick Scott launches U.S. Senate bid, seeks to unseat Democrat Bill Nelson

Republican Gov. Rick Scott announced Monday he is running for the U.S. Senate in Florida, setting the stage for a high-profile and costly race against Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson and giving the GOP a boost seven months out from the midterm elections

Donald Trump is standing up for American interests

China’s unfair trading practices have distorted markets around the world

FBI raids Trump lawyer Michael Cohen's office

FBI agents raided the office of President Trump's longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen on Monday at the request of special counsel Robert Mueller, an attorney for Cohen said.

Trump Proposes $100 Billion in New Tariffs on Chinese Goods

President Donald Trump instructed the U.S. trade representative to consider slapping an additional $100 billion in tariffs on Chinese goods on Thursday in a dramatic escalation of the trade dispute between the two countries

How Paul Manafort could put the FBI on trial

Lawyers are watching to see if the former top Trump aide will make an aggressive — and risky — case that he is the victim of political bias among federal Russia investigators

Mattis approves sending 4,000 National Guard troops to border

The National Guard will deploy up to 4,000 troops to the U.S.-Mexico border beginning Friday night, according to a newly signed memo from Defense Secretary James Mattis

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