White House aide and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner sidesteps Democratic National Committee lawyers.

Two bills in the Senate seek to block the IRS from simplifying the tax filing process.

It’s not the first time he has done so.

The former governor is promising to dish about everyone and anyone around in a new book due out early next year.

Taxpayers footed the bill for hundreds of thousands of dollars in hotels, airfare and other costs for Secret Service protection, according to documents obtained by nonprofit Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics.

Justices said “significant questions” remained about “the proposition’s validity.”

The new initiative will be nonpartisan, frustrating some Democrats who’d like the former first lady to hit the campaign trail for candidates.

“He said it was an interesting idea. He didn’t commit to anything,“ a White House spokeswoman said.

Neema hires Guidepost to lobby on cryptocurrency — ITI adds Democratic tax lobbyists

The Ohio Republican denies any knowledge of alleged abuse.

'Certainly, as the leader of a country, you would have to hold him responsible, yes,' Trump said.

Divisions in the community and opposition to the administration’s travel ban face Secretary of State Mike Pompeo when he addresses leaders this weekend.

The investigation involves a real estate deal.

Though she once raised eyebrows by comparing her husband to John Dean, she downplayed any suggestion that his role would result in a similar outcome.

The special counsel offers up an itemized list.

Wray said his opinion that Russia interfered in the election hasn’t changed and called it “the most aggressive actor” trying to exert influence on the U.S.

U.S. officials have laid out a wealth of details about how they believe Moscow executed its plot.

'In the end ... you can’t force anyone to say what you want them to say, especially the president of the United States,' says Sen. Marco Rubio.

Senate Democrats are frustrated that the administration has still not scheduled a classified briefing on Trump’s nuclear talks with Kim Jong Un.

Ron DeSantis has taken a sizable, at times double-digit, lead in recent public polling

Researchers at USC tracked 2,500 10th graders and found that those most addicted to social media sites were 53 percent more likely to develop ADHD symptoms.

At the Aspen Security Forum, NBC News' Lester Holt asks the FBI director about the Mueller probe, which he called a "professional investigation."

Waitman Kapaldo took part in a special ceremony honoring the USS Laffey's crew members so his great grandson and future generations will know about "the ship that wouldn't die."

FBI Director Christopher Wray sits down with NBC News' Lester Holt at the Aspen Security Forum and shares his thoughts on Russian meddling in U.S. elections.

Footage courtesy of the Aspen Security Forum. NBC News’ Lester Holt speaks with FBI Director Christopher Wray about the Bureau’s role in national security, cyberterrorism and counterintelligence.

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