Political Scandals

Rep. Tom Price at Trump Tower

Trump Appointee Denies Writing Laws To Help Companies He Has Stock In

Sen. Chuck Schumer called for an investigation into Tom Price's finances after his investments came to light.

 | Grant Suneson

Samsung Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong

Samsung Successor Now A Criminal Suspect In South Korean Scandal

Samsung's de facto leader is now a criminal suspect in connection with impeached President Park Geun-hye's corruption scandal.

 | Jake Jones

President-elect Donald Trump

CNN: US Investigating Whether Russia Has 'Compromising' Info On Trump

A CNN report says the U.S. intelligence community is looking into allegations that Russia has "compromising" information about Donald Trump.

 | Matt Picht

Monica Crowley

Trump National Security Pick Plagiarized About 50 Sections Of Her Book

CNN's KFile reviewed conservative author Monica Crowley's 2012 book "What the (Bleep) Just Happened?" and found she plagiarized sections.

 | Ethan Weston

Part of the note and the Nixon campaign aide who supposedly wrote it.

Evidence Suggests Nixon Wanted To Thwart Johnson's Vietnam Peace Talks

A newly found note a Nixon aide wrote in 1968 suggests the former president detailed how to stymie peace talks in Vietnam before he was elected.

 | Ryan Biek

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu Questioned Regarding Corruption Reports

Israeli police questioned Netanyahu for hours at his home over two separate corruption probes.

 | Jake Jones

Carl Paladino leaves a speech

Buffalo School Board Votes Out Trump Ally Paladino Over Racist Remarks

Buffalo's school board voted out member Carl Paladino for his racist comments about the Obamas.

 | Grant Suneson

Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner

Argentina's Former President Has Been Indicted — Again

Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has denied corruption allegations.

 | Lauren Stephenson

President Barack Obama.

Obama Says He'll Act After Russia's Alleged Election Hacking

The CIA had recently accused the Russian government of hacking the Democratic National Committee.

 | Stephanie Liebergen

Congressional Black Caucus member Rep. Chaka Fattah answers questions at a news conference.

Former Congressman Chaka Fattah Sentenced To 10 Years Behind Bars

Fattah was convicted of misspending government grants and charity money to fund his campaign and personal expenses.

 | Briana Koeneman

Donald Trump and Chris Christie

Chris Christie May Have Turned Down Multiple Trump Admin Positions

Anonymous sources claim Christie was in the running for several key positions.

 | Jake Jones

President Obama and Russian President Putin

What We Know About Russia's Alleged Meddling During The US Election

After the U.S. accused Russia of hacking, talk of secret reports and hushed meetings is shaping cyber relations between the two countries.

 | Jake Jones

Overhead view of the Pentagon

The Pentagon Tried To Hide $125 Billion In Bureaucratic Waste

An internal memo reveals the Pentagon wasted $125 billion on back-office employees and inefficiency.

 | Jake Jones

South Korean President Park Geun-Hye gives tearful apology

South Korea's President May Resign Amid Political Scandal

President Park Geun-hye says she'll step down if asked following the discovery of a private aide's involvement in corruption scandal.

 | Jake Jones

Trump Tower

Trump's Business Could Make His Presidency An Ethical Minefield

Donald Trump's promise to turn over control of his business to his kids has ethics experts concerned.

 | Grant Suneson

Hillary Clinton testifies before congress.

Congress Still Isn't Done Investigating Hillary Clinton

Rep. Jason Chaffetz said he's going to continue investigating Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.

 | Grant Suneson

The FBI logo

FBI Investigating Itself For Dumping Info So Close To The Election

The FBI opened an investigation into one of its own Twitter accounts for publishing sensitive information days before the election.

 | Grant Suneson

Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni in side-by-side photos

Two Former Aides Of Chris Christie Found Guilty In Bridgegate Trial

Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni were convicted of nine conspiracy and fraud charges.

 | Stephanie Liebergen

FBI Director James Comey and President Barack Obama

Obama Tries To Stay Neutral While Kind Of Criticizing FBI

In an interview, President Obama hinted at how he feels about FBI director James Comey and the bureau's continued investigation into Clinton's emails.

 | Ethan Weston

FBI Director James Comey testifies during a hearing before the Senate.

16-Year-Old Involved In Sexting Scandal Feels Victimized By FBI

The girl involved in the latest Anthony Weiner sexting scandal said the FBI should have kept the investigation quiet to protect her privacy.

 | Grant Suneson

Sen. Ron Johnson

If Clinton Becomes President, This Senator Plans To Impeach Her

Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson says Hillary Clinton's mishandling of classified data is grounds for impeachment.

 | Stephanie Liebergen

FBI Director James Comey and Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

The US Attorney General Didn't Like That Clinton Emails Announcement

The FBI director's decision to notify Congress apparently goes against long-held protocol for the Justice Department.

 | Lindsey Pulse

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton at the second presidential debate.

Trump Might Be Gaining On Clinton As She Faces More Email Scrutiny

A recent poll has Donald Trump with 45 percent of the vote and Hillary Clinton with 46 percent.

 | Lindsey Pulse

FBI Director James Comey

FBI Director Faces Backlash For Clinton Email Investigation Letter

FBI Director James Comey sent a letter to the chairmen of several congressional committees Friday — and Democrats are especially unhappy.

 | Matt Picht and Lauren Stephenson

Juanita Broaddrick

Juanita Broaddrick Says She Sympathizes With Trump's Accusers

Juanita Broaddrick says she doesn't know whether Trump's accusers are telling the truth, but she did offer them a bit of sympathy.

 | Matt Picht

Donald Trump and Mark Burnett speak with the press.

'Apprentice' Creator Says You Won't Hear Any Trump Tapes From The Show

"The Apprentice" creator Mark Burnett says he can't release Donald Trump's audio from when he was on the show.

 | Grant Suneson

Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally.

More And More Women Are Accusing Donald Trump Of Sexual Assault

In multiple stories published Wednesday, women accused Donald Trump of sexual assault and harassment.

 | Grant Suneson

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton shake hands after the first presidential debate.

The Clinton Campaign's Biggest Concern From The GOP Wasn't Trump

Leaked emails show Hillary Clinton's campaign planned general election strategies against Sen. Marco Rubio.

 | Grant Suneson

Betsy McCaughey testifies before the House Veterans' Affairs Committee.

Trump Surrogate Says Tape Leak Wasn't That Bad, Because Beyoncé

A Donald Trump surrogate likened Trump's leaked tapes to Hillary Clinton's fondness for Beyoncé.

 | Grant Suneson

Donald Trump stands at a podium.

Republicans Have Taken A Step Back From Trump After That Video Leak

House Speaker Paul Ryan said he was "sickened" by Donald Trump's comments in the recently released video clip.

 | Lindsey Pulse