Congressional Democrats want to keep Jared Kushner away from top-secret intelligence briefings and materials.
During the nineteenth century, romance and spiritual quests convinced a surprising number of Russian Jews to embrace Christianity.
President Donald Trump welcomed an unlikely darling of the Christian right to his inner circle of defenders in mid-June.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is the latest to feel the wrath of President Trump.
One of the few cyber-espionage successes against ISIS was Israel’s infiltration of a terror cell in Syria. Trump shared its information with Russia.
These are Republicans trying to discredit the legendary lawman, trying to show that the feds manufactured a case without evidence.
President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner will begin his journey through the Senate Intelligence Committee’s investigation by meeting with committee staffers in mid-June.
Andrew Rosenthal, Alan Dershowitz and Jonathan Turley weigh in on the fired FBI Director’s testimony before Congress.
“It’s like saying everything is the Jews’ fault,” he fumed, likening the investigation into Russia to the irrational hatred of Jews.
Scandal, schm-andal. That’s how Jared Kushner was dealing with rising questions about his ties to Russia on his first day back at the White House.