Amazon CEO and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos discussed buying the parent company of the National Enquirer — the same company he later accused of trying to blackmail him over leaked “below-the-belt selfies” — earlier in 2019. In interviews with Vanity Fair‘s Gabriel Sherman, Michael Sanchez, the brother of Bezos’ mistress Lauren Sanchez, described the many ways the Amazon CEO considered dealing with American Media Inc.’s leaks about his relationship. After photos were taken of Bezos and his
Staff concerned fast-track plan 'pushed by Michael Flynn' could be unlawful as such deals require congressional sign-off
Trump has to decide whom to believe: his own intelligence chiefs or the far-right pundit he hired to serve as White House national security advisor.
“New Mexico will not take part in the president’s charade of border fear-mongering by misusing our diligent National Guard troops,” Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham said.
First Lady Melania Trump has a plan to talk with the first lady of Colombia about the opioid crisis during a White House visit Wednesday.
California, New York and 14 other states filed a lawsuit Monday challenging Donald Trump's national emergency declaration. Reporter Julia Ainsley discusses the challenges to the national emergency and why 50 former national security officials are challenging Trump.
A day after President Donald Trump declared a national emergency — in an attempt to circumvent Congress and redirect taxpayer money to fund 230 miles of barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border — the designation has been beset with political and legal challenges. Democrats painted Trump's declaration
The liberal watchdog group Public Citizen filed a federal lawsuit Friday in the District of Columbia on behalf of three Texas landowners