President Donald Trump, pushing to get his nominee to the court confirmed, said in a Twitter post early on Thursday that the allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh were "totally uncorroborated."
The Senate Judiciary Committee is reviewing allegations by a third woman Julie Swetnick accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, in yet another potential blow to his prospects for Senate confirmation.
A child's body has now been found at the New Mexico compound where police earlier found 11 starving children. Police are determining whether the dead child is the son of Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, arrested at the compound on kidnap charges.
Former FBI Director James Comey became a controversial figure in the 2016 election, drawing accusations from both Republicans and Democrats that his handling of the probe into Clinton's emails influenced the campaign.
Intelligence panel votes unanimously in favour of publicly releasing the Democratic rebuttal to President Donald Trump and fellow Republicans' claims that the FBI abused its powers while investigating his presidential campaign.
The charges of alleged Russian meddling into the 2016 US presidential election emanate from the investigation being carried out by special counsel Robert Mueller.
The rally erupted into deadly violence as a car plowed into a crowd while demonstrators and counter-protesters clashed.
The home of Donald Trump's 2016 election campaign manager came under raid by FBI agent a day after he met with staff members of the Senate Intelligence Committee over Russian meddling in the election.
US president takes to Twitter to defend his son after emails show Donald Trump Jr's joy at what appeared to be the Russian government's offer to provide material on 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions' Senate hearing is expected to draw an audience hoping to hear more about the Trump-Russia saga. The question begs to be asked – will Sessions talk about his contact with Russia and his role in firing James Comey?
The US attorney general, Jeff Sessions, said that it was appropriate that he appear before the committee over remarks that sacked FBI director James Comey made to the same committee.
It lasted a little over a day before the US president took to his favourite means of communicating to denounce the testimony of the sacked FBI director.
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