The FBI is investigating a claim that she intended to sell the computer to a Russian friend, who planned to then pass it to the Kremlin's foreign intelligence service.
"We're proud to publish Mr. Hawley's book, which his original publisher has made more important than ever," Regnery Publishing President Thomas Spence said Monday.
After whistleblowers revealed Director Steven Dillingham was quietly pushing for a "statistically indefensible" report, calls have been growing for him to leave before his term expires at year's end.
They say new police and surveillance powers could, if history is a guide, be used against Blacks and other people of color in the justice system, not the white rioters who stormed the Capitol.
More than 200 names are on Trump's list to be included as statues in the garden, ranging from politicians to musicians. He has touted it, but it's unlikely to ever see the sunlight.
Sarah Fuller, Vanderbilt senior and soccer goalie, became the first woman to play and score in Power Five football games. She will be part of the "Celebrating America" special airing on Wednesday.
President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration has been largely downsized because of the coronavirus pandemic and security concerns after the attack on the Capitol on Jan. 6.
Ahead of soon-to-be former President Trump's Senate trial, constitutional scholars disagree on whether the Founders intended for a president no longer in office to be tried by the Senate.
Rebekah Jones has said she lost her job after refusing to manipulate data to suggest Florida was ready to ease coronavirus restrictions.
President-elect Joe Biden has filled out his Cabinet picks ahead of Inauguration Day, and is pushing Congress to confirm his nominees.
Selecting Gary Gensler for the Securities and Exchange Commission and Rohit Chopra for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is a win for progressives who have pushed for aggressive oversight.
Amid all the chaos of the Trump presidency, he has been consistent in his fixation on emphasizing and protecting his own manhood. Rioters at the Capitol reflected that attitude on Jan. 6.
In Michigan, Sunday's protest in Lansing was deemed "eclectic, but small and dull." It wasn't alone.
As federal investigators begin to launch criminal cases against some of the perpetrators of the violence, a growing chorus of advocates and lawmakers say tech companies bear some responsibility, too.
Georgia Sen.-elect Raphael Warnock took to the pulpit at Martin Luther King Jr.'s spiritual home for a sermon honoring the civil rights icon and calling for his work to continue.