Democratic Reps. Elijah Cummings of Maryland and Raja Krishnamoorthi of Illinois said they are examining Chao’s statements.
WASHINGTON — A Chinese government employee was arrested Monday after the Justice Department linked him to a visa fraud scheme intended to help others enter the United States to recruit research talent.
Democrats are challenging such claims of “absolute immunity” in a lawsuit against former White House counsel Don McGahn.
The New York Times’ latest story about an accuser of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh was handled oddly, and questions persist about her allegations.
The state of Nevada has launched an investigation of marijuana testing labs for allegedly manipulating the levels of THC to make products seem more potent.
Israelis head to the polls Tuesday in the second election this year after Netanyahu failed to cobble together a coalition following April’s vote.
Two federal lawmakers assured activists on Monday that their efforts to further gun control legislation were working.
The Nevada Department of Taxation on Monday issued a health notice after batches of marijuana sold from four Las Vegas dispensaries were found to have fungus, bacteria and high levels of mold and yeast.
The immigrants are part of a Trump administration policy officially called the Migrant Protection Protocols, but often known as the “Remain in Mexico” program.
The “Storm Area 51” events planned for Lincoln County will pile up a hefty bill, and officials could pursue legal action against Facebook and the original event organizers to recoup some of that.