Newsom Fires Back After Trump Threatens To Withhold California Wildfire FundsLess than 48 hours after he was sworn in as California's new governor, Gavin Newsom found himself locking horns with President Donald Trump Wednesday over wildfire funding and the state's forest management policies.
Giuliani Bashes Cohen, Defends Trump's 'Hush Money' PaymentsPresident Trump’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, came out swinging today as he defended “hush money” payments to two women weeks before the November 2016 election.
CA Congressman: 'Real Prospect Of Jail Time' For Pres. TrumpAdam Schiff (D-CA), a former federal prosecutor, said recent court filings in the case against Trump’s former personal attorney Michael Cohen implicate the President in at least two violations of campaign finance laws.
Mueller Cites 'Substantial Assistance' From Flynn, Suggests No Jail TimeThe special counsel filed a memo Tuesday referring to Michael Flynn's "substantial assistance" in the Russia investigation and suggesting that he not serve any jail time for making a false statement to the FBI.
Tim Weiner, Author Behind New Showtime Political Series, Touts Robert Mueller: 'He Will Not Bend Or Break'A new Showtime series examines the relationship of presidents and the FBI and highlights the relationship between President Donald Trump and former FBI Director James Comey.
Trump, Biden Barnstorm Silver State on Opposite Sides of Nevada Senate RaceCampaigning on opposite sides of a pivotal Senate race, Pres. Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden appealed to party loyalists in Nevada as early voting began Saturday in the state.
SHOWTIME To Premiere 'The Family Business: Trump And Taxes' On SundaySHOWTIME has announced they will premiere a new documentary short film called 'The Family Buisiness: Trump And Taxes,' on Sunday, October 7 at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT. Sunday night's premiere was directed by Emmy nominee Jenny Carchman and produced by Oscar nominees Liz Garbus and Justin Wilkes.
Kaepernick Tweets Thanks to 2 Players Who Kneeled for AnthemDolphins teammates Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson were the only two players to kneel during the national anthem on the NFL's opening Sunday and Colin Kaepernick called them his "brothers."