WASHINGTON (AP) — A Republican political operative pardoned by President Donald Trump after his conviction in a 2012 bribery plot has been charged again with campaign-related crimes, this time involving a 2016 illegal campaign contribution scheme and a Russian national.
Postal worker pleads guilty to federal charge for firing into Minneapolis Federal Reserve during fireworks
A 43-year-old U.S. Postal Service worker pleaded guilty in federal court Monday to firing a weapon into the Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank building during a downtown fireworks display in July.
Conservative group Club for Growth released two new ads in Texas on Wednesday ahead of the primary runoff there this month.
The first ad attacks former Water Development Board Chairman Bech Bruun calling him a "career bureaucrat" and saying he will stand in President Trump's way to "change things in Washington." The second ad backs the other candidate, Republican activist Michael Cloud, and equates him with former longtime Texas Rep.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The final Republican presidential debate before the Jan. 3 Iowa caucus crystalized the strengths and weaknesses of the chief contenders as perhaps no other event thus far.
It reinforced the notion that this is a battle between Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich unless one of the other five can make a dramatic late run.