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Journalists and press freedom advocates react to alleged assault on reporter

(NEW YORK) -- Journalists and politicians are speaking out about the treatment of the press following the alleged assault of a political reporter at the hands of the Republican candidate in Montana's ... Read More

Sessions did not disclose meetings with Russian ambassador on security clearance forms

(WASHINGTON) -- The Justice Department is acknowledging that Attorney General Jeff Sessions did not disclose meetings he had with the Russian ambassador to the United States last year when filling out his security clearance form -- a disclosure that ... Read More

Classified Senate briefing expands to include Russian cyber firm under FBI scrutiny

(WASHINGTON) -- Even with the Senate Intelligence Committee focused this week on its investigation of Russia's alleged meddling in last year's presidential election, the committee met behind closed doors Wednesday for a classified briefing from senio... Read More

Democrats flip 2 state legislature seats in Trump districts

(NEW YORK) -- Could these be the first splashes of an impending blue wave?

Only time will tell, but Democrats have flipped two statehouse seats in New Hampshire and New York in districts won by Donald Trump.

Democrat Edie DesMar... Read More

GOP health bill that passed House leaves 23 million more uninsured in 10 years

(WASHINGTON) -- The latest analysis of the GOP’s health care bill concludes that the plan would leave 14 million more people uninsured next year if it becomes law, a number that rises to 23 million by 2026.

The bill, known as the Ame... Read More

House Speaker Paul Ryan says Comey is not a 'nut job,' differs with Trump comments

(WASHINGTON) — House Speaker Paul Ryan said Wednesday he disagreed with President Trump’s description of former FBI Director James Comey as a "nut job."

"I don’t agree with that and he’s not," Ryan said in an interv... Read More

Ex-Trump adviser Carter Page says he'll testify before House Intelligence Committee in June

(WASHINGTON) — Carter Page, a former foreign policy adviser to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, told ABC News that he will testify before the House Intelligence Committee on June 6 as part of its ongoing investigation of Russia&rsquo... Read More

GOP health care bill analysis to be released by Congressional Budget Office

(WASHINGTON) — Republicans on Capitol Hill are preparing for the release of the Congressional Budget Office’s analysis of the GOP health care bill that passed the House earlier this month.

The estimate of the American Health Ca... Read More

Flynn hit with more subpoenas, may be held in contempt of Congress

(WASHINGTON) — The Senate Intelligence Committee has announced two new subpoenas against former national security adviser Michael Flynn to compel him to turn over documents related to his contact with the Russians, adding that Flynn risks being... Read More

The single county to watch in Montana's special election

(HELENA, Mont.) -- If you’re only watching one county in Thursday’s special election for Montana's lone U.S. House seat, it should be Lake County.

Wrapping around the base of Flathead Lake in rural northwest Montana, the county... Read More

Former CIA chief Brennan had concerns about Russian contacts with Trump campaign

(WASHINGTON) -- Former CIA Director John Brennan told Congress that U.S. intelligence found contact between Russian officials and people involved with the Trump campaign at a time in 2016 when the Russians were "brazenly" interfering in the president... Read More