Born in 1976 to Syed Zainul Abedin (1928–93) and Saleha Mahmood Abedin in Michigan, at the age of two her family moved to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia where Huma lived until returning to the US for college at the age of 18. Within 2 years, she was working at the White House as an intern for then first-lady Hillary Clinton.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders announced a ban on personal cellphones and devices in the West Wing, in an apparent attempt to block leaks from the White House.
The Department of Justice has caved to pressure from the White House and is reportedly reopening the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.
In the closing days of 2017, President Donald J. Trump’s critics and supporters alike ticked off the major achievements of his first year in office: tax cuts, Neil Gorsuch’s appointment to the Supreme Court, and a booming stock market, among others.
As the first year of the Trump administration comes to a close, one can’t help but look back on how allegations of “Russian collusion” dominated the headlines of almost every news agency. Hearings, leaks, and so-called “bombshells” saturated the mainstream media coverage almost immediately after the 2016 presidential campaign concluded.
House Speaker Paul Ryan held a surprise meeting Wednesday with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray about the Russia investigation.
Attorney general to rescind policy allowing legal pot in states without federal intervention.
DNC Deputy Chair Keith Ellison has stoked controversy by appearing to endorse Antifa, a group that is formally classified by the federal government as a domestic terror organization.
An elite liberal arts college is offering a class called “Queering the Bible” for the 2018 fall semester, in which it promises to “destabilize long held assumptions” about what the Bible says about gender.
“The President of the United States is a great man,” said Breitbart News’s Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon on Wednesday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight.
A portion of Bill and Hillary Clinton’s New York estate went up in flames Wednesday begging the question: What exactly got destroyed?
Will Hillary Clinton’s aide Huma Abedin find herself in prison with her soon to be ex-husband Anthony Weiner? The Daily Caller revealed that in 2009 she forwarded emails containing passwords from government systems to her Yahoo private email account. Abedin also used an email address that did not end with “state.gov” to conduct official business over Clinton’s poorly secured private email server.
A California lawmaker introduced a bill Wednesday that would ban the sale of gas-powered cars in the state by 2040.
President Trump’s lawyers sent a cease-and-desist letter to former White House chief strategist Stephe Bannon Wednesday ordering him to refrain from making “disparaging statement” about Trump and his family, according to a new report.
If the Trump administration DOESN’T indict Hillary Clinton, James Comey, then the rule of law in America is DEAD
Clinton, during her tenure as Obama’s first secretary of state, not only used her position to pad her and her husband’s pocketbooks through their financial vehicle, the Clinton Foundation, but in her quest for secrecy, she installed a private, unsecured email server in her New York home and used it to conduct official business.
The FBI believed Hillary Clinton and her aides broke the law by using an insecure server to email classified data, yet drafted an exonerating statement even before the probe was over, according to several Republican senators.
President Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, has filed a lawsuit challenging the authority of special counsel Robert Mueller.
A Texas mosque leader has apologized after he was accused of inciting violence in a sermon he gave last month that declared “the Muslims will kill the Jews.”