Roy Moore Denies Allegation of Sexual Encounter With Teenager

Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore flatly denied allegations he had sexual contact with a 14-year-old girl almost four decades ago and denied ever knowing his accuser, calling the story a politically motivated attack a month before the election. “I don’t know Ms. Corfman from anybody,” he said Friday on Sean

Trump Says He Stands With Intel Agencies on Russia Meddling

President Donald Trump once again waded into the controversy of whether he thinks Russia meddled in last year’s election, saying on Sunday that he believes “very much in our intelligence agencies.” A day earlier, the U.S. leader said that Vladimir Putin believed he didn’t interfere, prompting questions about whether Trump

Nov. 9, 2016: The morning Twitter woke up to a Trump victory

Given how divisive and nasty the election had become in the months prior, it was no shock that Twitter reacted in dozens of ways to the news that Trump had defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton. Despite his rival earning approximately 3 million more votes than him, a triumph in the Electoral College

Here are 5 transgender politicians who paved the way for Danica Roem

On Nov. 7, journalist Danica Roem was elected to represent Virginia’s Distict 13, making her one of the most powerful transgender politicians in the U.S. today. For many, she’s a hero that represents transgender people’s fight for national acceptance. But Roem isn’t the first transgender politician to enter office in the

Senate Sets Offshore Tax Rate as High as 10%: Tax Debate Update

It was crunch time for Republican tax-writers on Thursday. The House Ways and Means Committee completed its tax-cut legislation and sent it on its way to the full House, while a Senate panel began revealing details of its own version. Here are the latest developments, updated throughout the day: Senate

Data firm that worked for Trump asked WikiLeaks to share hacked emails

Cambridge Analytica executive confirms firm asked Assange to share hacked emails related to Clinton reportedly around time it started working for Trump The chief executive of Cambridge Analytica has confirmed that the UK data research firm contacted Julian Assange to ask WikiLeaks to share hacked emails related to Hillary Clinton

#OutofOffice Women mark Equal Pay Day

‘Lessons learned’ As a self-employed gardener, Natasha Ransom, 36, from North Thanet, is not office-based so she left an “out of office” voicemail on her phone instead after looking up the gender pay gap in her area and finding it sits at 20.9%. “I’m doing it to support those on

5 takeaways from the Democrats’ big night

Washington (CNN)After a year of doubts, recriminations and special election misfires, Democrats finally got the big victories Tuesday they’d so desperately craved in the year since Donald Trump won the presidency. 1. The blue wave Democrats won races large and small Tuesday, starting with the New Jersey and Virginia governor’s

MPs move to block May from signing no deal Brexit

Cross-party group draws up plans to make it impossible for PM to allow Britain to crash out of the EU without a deal A powerful cross-party group of MPs is drawing up plans that would make it impossible for Theresa May to allow Britain to crash out of the EU

Sources say California Senate leader to challenge Sen. Dianne Feinstein

Washington (CNN)California Democratic state Senate president Kevin de Len intends to enter California’s 2018 Senate race against Sen. Dianne Feinstein, three sources with knowledge of his plans say. The 50-year-old de León, who represents Los Angeles and is seen as a leading Latino voice in Democratic politics, is likely to

Google, Facebook, Twitter Scramble to Hold Washington at Bay

Last month, Google summoned about 200 staff from around the world for an annual policy meeting. One agenda item was very different this time: How to deal with the sudden drumbeat of calls in the U.S. to regulate the company for being too big. The two-day retreat in Monterey, California,

Trump Threatens NBC License, Blasts Disgusting Free Press

President Comcast Corp. “With all of the Fake News coming out of NBC and the Networks, at what point is it appropriate to challenge their License? Bad for country!” he wrote in a tweet. The president doubled-down on the threat Wednesday night, saying on Twitter that “Network news has become