Hundreds of former prosecutors say Trump would be facing felony obstruction charges if he weren't president. Hundreds of ex-prosecutors say President Donald Trump would be facing multiple felony charges for obstruction in the Russia investigation -

House Democrats vs. William Barr. The House Judiciary Committee will proceed with a vote to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt of Congress on Wednesday -

Mnuchin refuses to turn over Trump's tax returns. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin denied a request from House Democrats for access to six years of President Donald Trump's tax returns -

Trump's popularity hits a new high point. The latest Gallup poll gives President Trump a 46% approval rating, which is the highest mark in his White House tenure -

China trade fight. U.S. officials accused China of backing out of promises made during trade negotiations between the two countries and vowed to implement higher tariffs quickly -

Democrats aim for more airtime on Fox News. House Democratic leaders are encouraging their members to seek out guest appearances on the conservative news outlet. They're also offering training to help members prepare for those Fox News guest slots -

Woah! Facebook executives say they took down more than 2.8 billion fake accounts between October 2017 and November 2018 -

  • Facebook said Monday it had removed a network of fake Russian accounts that were using "deceptive tactics" to join Facebook groups -

Trump floats the idea that he should get 2 extra years. The president said 2 years of his term were "stolen" because of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation. Aides said Trump was joking -

Measles outbreak accelerates. The outbreak has now hit 23 states as the number of confirmed cases surged to 764 -