23andMe, an at-home DNA testing company, is laying off 100 people, or about 14% of its workforce, the company confirmed to CNN Business on Thursday.
The White House refused to provide documents to a nonpartisan congressional watchdog investigating President Donald Trump's decision to withhold US security aid to Ukraine, according to documents released by Democratic Sen. Chris Van Hollen of Maryland on Thursday.
Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn spent hours attacking Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a key National Security Council aide who testified before Congress on the Ukraine scandal, on Twitter Thursday, including questioning the Purple Heart recipient's patriotism.
The United States has declined the United Kingdom's request to extradite American citizen Anne Sacoolas, the wife of an American diplomat, who was charged with causing the death by dangerous driving of a British teenager last August.
One in three Republican voters (32%) in a new Pew national poll say that Donald Trump "probably" or "definitely" did something illegal either while running for president or during his first three years in office.
House Democrats haven't yet finished outlining their case to remove President Donald Trump from office, but many Senate Republicans are dismissing the arguments as nothing "new," while others are saying the impeachment managers have become repetitive in their presentation or that they don't believe their arguments have changed any minds so far.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren said Thursday she was not thinking "in terms of the politics" when asked if she was worried discussions of former Vice President Joe Biden in the ongoing impeachment trial were strengthening Biden's presidential bid.
A growing number of Republicans are pointing to President Donald Trump's threat to invoke executive privilege in order to make their case against subpoenas sought by Democrats for key witnesses and documents, a development that could bolster Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's goal of a swift end to the impeachment trial.
With the reach of TV cameras in the Senate chamber limited to close-ups of the speaker, there's a lot happening at the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump the public can't see.
President Donald Trump is expected to sign the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement next Wednesday, according to a White House official and an administration official.
The Department of Homeland Security is implementing a number of updates to the administration's controversial policy of returning migrants to Mexico for the duration of their US court proceedings, an implicit acknowledgment that changes were needed.
The Trump administration will implement a new policy Friday to make it more difficult for foreign nationals to travel to give birth on US soil to ensure their children become American citizens, a practice commonly known as "birth tourism."