- Colin Powell dead at 84on October 18, 2021
- READ: Trump lawsuit to stop release of White House recordson October 18, 2021
- State Department watchdog opens new reviews into US exit from Afghanistanon October 18, 2021
The State Department's watchdog has opened a number of reviews related to the US exit from Afghanistan, according to a letter from the acting inspector general obtained by CNN.
- US envoy for Afghanistan steps down following chaotic evacuationon October 18, 2021
The Biden administration is expected to announce that its top envoy for Afghanistan is going to step down, according to two sources who have been told about the State Department's plans in recent days.
- Biden to participate in CNN town hall in Baltimore on Thursdayon October 18, 2021
President Joe Biden will take participate in a CNN town hall on Thursday in Baltimore, where he'll take questions as his administration continues to sell his ambitious legislative agenda to members of Congress and the nation.
- Powell to journalist Bob Woodward on his health struggles: 'Don't feel sorry for me'on October 18, 2021
Colin Powell opened up to journalist Bob Woodward about his health struggles in what may have been his last interview before his death.
- Biden aides making the economic case for his legislative agenda in memo to lawmakerson October 18, 2021
President Joe Biden's aides are ramping up their sales pitch to congressional Democrats as talks on his economic agenda reach a critical stage.
- Trump testifies for over 4 hours in deposition about 2015 alleged assault at Trump Toweron October 18, 2021
Former President Donald Trump is set to appear in a video deposition on Monday for a case involving an alleged assault during a 2015 demonstration outside of Trump Tower.
- Gaetz ally Joel Greenberg is giving investigators new information, prosecutors sayon October 18, 2021
Joel Greenberg, the former Florida official whose crimes in the state ensnared Rep. Matt Gaetz in a federal sex trafficking investigation, has been providing the Justice Department with new information as he continues to cooperate with authorities following a guilty plea earlier this year.
- Trump sues to keep White House records secret, claiming executive privilegeon October 18, 2021
Former President Donald Trump has filed a lawsuit in DC District Court against the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection and the National Archives in an effort to keep records from his presidency secret by claiming executive privilege.
- January 6 committee rejects Bannon's executive privilege claim in new letteron October 18, 2021
The House committee investigating January 6 sent a letter to Stephen Bannon on Friday rejecting his argument for failing to comply with the panel's subpoena and dismissing his claim of executive privilege, particularly as it relates to his communications with individuals other than former President […]
- Calls to end Wisconsin Republicans' review of 2020 election grow amid investigator's blunderson October 18, 2021
The Republicans conducting a review of Wisconsin's 2020 election results are facing mounting calls to shut the probe down after a series of blunders by the former judge hired to conduct it.
- Two senior House Democrats announce they won't run for reelection in 2022on October 18, 2021
Democratic Rep. David Price of North Carolina announced on Monday that he will not seek reelection in 2022.
- Supreme Court sides with police officers in two qualified immunity caseson October 18, 2021
In two unsigned opinions Monday, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of police officers seeking qualified immunity from allegations of excessive force.
- Analysis: What Colin Powell's surprise endorsement of Barack Obama revealed about his view of America's futureon October 18, 2021
With two weeks remaining in the historic 2008 presidential race, Colin Powell delivered a surprise announcement: He endorsed Democratic candidate Barack Obama and offered words of regret to his old friend, John McCain.