The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has asked the dentist who killed Cecil to come forward. The State Department said yesterday it was “saddened” by the lion’s death.
No word on whether Walter Palmer, the dentist who killed the lion during a hunt in Zimbabwe, could be extradited.
Michael Cohen isn’t being paid by the campaign. But he talks a lot about Donald Trump’s political ambitions on TV.
Michael Steinhardt’s ad is in the form of an open letter to the senators of New York and New Jersey.
Members of the group accused critics of red-baiting and McCarthyism in criticizing the May trip across the DMZ, which some saw as legitimizing the brutal regime of Kim Jong Un.
Paul brushes off a lackluster fundraising quarter.
The group is asking people who have gone on Birthright to call New York-area members of Congress and urge them to oppose the deal. Birthright itself says it had nothing to do with the appeal.
The administration argues that the contentious deal falls within the parameters expected by a group of former advisers who wrote a warning letter.
The Republican presidential candidate was realistic Tuesday about how difficult it would be for the next president to roll back the Iran nuclear deal. But isolating the country financially, she said, is always an option for the U.S.
Jobbik comes to the Hill. Dana Rohrabacher will meet with the MP.
The longtime Clinton confidant appears to have been informally offering information about more than just Libya while she was secretary of state.
The first of the big email releases.
“Mission accomplished,” the group’s director says.
Blumenthal quietly helped steer politics coverage at the fledgling publication. Including a pair of Caroline Kennedy hit pieces.
Lindsey Graham is all about destroying ISIS and intervening in the Middle East. The candidacy is very unlikely to make him president.
Graham condemns him — and then beats him in pool.
Top contenders quickly shift the focus to religious freedom.
“ISIS claims their religious faith justifies forcing Yazidi women in Iraq into sexual slavery. Does Governor Bush think we should respect that practice?” John Podesta asks.
The existence of the video, produced by FreedomWorks, was first reported on in 2013, but it’s never been seen before.
He’s not expected to win Iowa, but this week Bush put in more time than he needed to there — maybe because he’s actually pretty good at retail politicking.