The National Hockey League said on Monday it would purchase carbon credits to offset airline emissions of heat-trapping greenhouse gases during the Stanley Cup playoffs.
By David Morgan
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Treasury and Internal Revenue Service faced a final deadline on Tuesday for handing over President Donald Trump’s tax returns to Democrats in Congress, in a showdown that could mire the administration and lawmakers in a lengthy legal fight.
(Reuters) – The largest Democratic field in the modern U.S. political era is lining up to seek the party’s 2020 presidential nomination – and it is expected to keep growing.
The diverse group vying to challenge President Donald Trump, the likely Republican nominee, includes six U.S. senators. A record six women are running, as well as black, Hispanic and openly gay candidates who would make history if one of them becomes the party’s nominee.
By Joseph Ax
(Reuters) – Vulnerable House Democrats, mindful of President Donald Trump’s continued strength among Republican voters, are using caution in how they respond to the special counsel’s report, which detailed Trump’s efforts to thwart the investigation into Russian efforts to help him win the White House.
Trump is behaving like a guilty man who is just trying to buy time. In the end, his efforts to hide his finances are doomed to fail.
At the end of the day, the election process was not meant to be the ultimate check on a president who is implicated in criminal activity.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico said on Saturday it had “deep concern” about armed groups that intimidate and extort migrants on the border, shortly after the ACLU and Democratic senators called for a probe into such citizen efforts to block migrants from crossing.
If Democrats want to make the bipartisan case for impeachment, all they have to do is roll the tape of their Republican colleagues.
Trump's approval rating hit a record low in the Politico/Morning Consult poll due to the Mueller report.
House Judiciary Committee chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) has subpoenaed former White House counsel Don McGahn for documents and testimony related to Trump obstruction of justice.
By Jeff Mason
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said on Friday he was “sickened” by the dishonesty of U.S. President Donald Trump and people around him as portrayed in a report on Russia’s attempts to influence the 2016 election.
When Joe Walsh is correcting your bias, you might want to check yourself.
House Democrats are meeting at 5 PM to discuss impeaching Trump and the path going forward.
The leader of an armed group that is stopping undocumented migrants who cross into the United States from Mexico had boasted about training to assassinate former President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, an FBI agent said in court papers on Monday.
By David Alexander and Alexandra Alper
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump dismissed questions from reporters on Monday about his staff’s willingness to carry out his orders and the chances of impeachment proceedings in the U.S. Congress, days after the Mueller report highlighted both issues.
The man whose campaign met with hostile foreign power officials and spies during the 2016 campaign just tried to accuse Democratic former Secretary of State John Kerry of possibly violating the Logan Act.
By Lauren Tara LaCapra
NEW YORK (Reuters) – An array of U.S. companies have told the Trump administration that a citizenship question on the 2020 Census would harm business if it leads to an undercount of immigrants, undermining the data they use to place stores, plan inventory and plot ad campaigns.
By Jonathan Landay and Aram Roston
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Erik Prince, founder of the now defunct Blackwater security firm and a supporter of Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential run, appears to have misled the U.S. Congress on details of contact he had with a Russian banker in January 2017, Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report released on Thursday shows.
Trump is claiming a child told him to "build the wall" during the White House Easter Egg Roll.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday sued to block a subpoena issued by the Democratic chairman of the U.S. House Oversight Committee that sought information about his personal and business finances.