The massive collection of login information appeared last week on the cloud sharing service MEGA.
Kim Yong-chol, a top North Korea negotiator and close aide to Kim Jong Un, is en route to Washington and could land late Thursday.
The president is so far staying uncharacteristically silent after Pelosi's State of the Union power play.
“Very painful,” she said “But it will heal."
The site going down marks a big disruption for major Trump administration proposals.
Employees will be paid for the upcoming pay period, receiving paychecks on Feb. 14.
And the Trump administration separated thousands more migrants than previously known.
"Please consider the damage that a yet unexperienced and overly caustic Member of Congress may cause to Israeli relations," Babin writes.
A measure to overturn a Treasury Department decision lifting sanctions on a Russian oligarch received an overwhelming bipartisan vote.
The chamber agreed on a voice vote<b> </b>to advance the measure.
The president poked fun at a devastating massacre and reinforced racist, misogynistic stereotypes. And Elizabeth Warren should say so.
"We're gonna be with NATO 100 percent, but as I told the countries, you have to step up and you have to pay," Trump said.
The new Transportation Committee chairman said he has ‘tools’ at his disposal if he doesn’t get a response.
Skadden agreed to hand over nearly $4.7 million in a settlement made public Thursday.
The Senate vote was the first on an anti-abortion measure since Republicans narrowly expanded their majority in the chamber in the 2018 midterms.
The comments were made as the fued between the President and House Speaker reached new levels.
Baldwin aide heads to K Street — Cozen O'Connor signs five
Marino will step down Jan. 23 to take a job in the private sector, he said.
She said in a series of posts to Twitter that "my views have changed significantly since then."
Harvey Weinstein and defense lawyer Benjamin Brafman agree to go their separate ways
Hours after President Trump announced in a letter that he was canceling Speaker Pelosi’s previously undisclosed trip to Afghanistan amid the government shutdown, lawmakers on Capitol Hill responded to Trump’s actions.
After placing third in the 2004 Iowa caucuses, Democratic candidate Howard Dean let out a scream now known as “the Dean Scream.” It ended his presidential campaign and may have been the first “meme” in U.S. politics.
A longtime youth referee is now banned from officiating in Chesapeake, Virginia after singling out a 10-year-old during a basketball game because of the color and texture of her hair. WAVY's Tamara Scott reports.
Hundreds of furloughed federal workers and contractors gathered at church here on Thursday, looking for help on how to survive the partial government shutdown.