The FBI and DOJ are reportedly looking into campaign contributions that Governor Terry McAuliffe received from a Chinese businessman.
Republican Mary Fallin said she had to veto the bill because it wouldn't suffer scrutiny by federal courts.
One person has been transferred to a hospital with critical injuries, according to the DC Fire Department. President Obama was not present during the incident.
Experts say the law is unconstitutional, as Republican Governor Mary Fallin, a possible VP candidate for Donald Trump, considers whether to sign it.
House Democrats erupted after Republicans changed their votes to kill an amendment providing LGBT protections to a defense bill passed Wednesday night that affirms the religious liberty of federal contractors.
Nearly all of Donald Trump's potential Supreme Court nominees are male, and they include a Texas judge who has repeatedly made fun of him on Twitter.
House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday that he had a good meeting with the presumptive nominee, but that it will take more discussion before he can endorse Trump.
Senators are waiting to see whether the failed presidential candidate will alter his tactics in Congress, but Cruz is indicating that nothing will change.
Cruz left open the possibility of reentering the race in the unlikely event that a win in Nebraska's primary on Tuesday reanimates the corpse of his presidential campaign.
Paul Ryan said that Trump would have to work to unite the GOP to earn his backing, as some candidates grow worried about Trump's affect on congressional races.
The presumptive Republican nominee has hired a former Goldman Sachs partner to begin fundraising in order to compete with Hillary Clinton in the general election.
In an open letter to "the majority of America," Republican Senator Ben Sasse said the presumptive nominees are two of the most unpopular candidates in US history.
Less than 24 hours after his campaign insisted he'd keep going, Kasich leaves Donald Trump alone in the Republican presidential race.
Calling Trump an insecure "bully," the Texas senator unleashed a tirade against the Donald on Tuesday as the GOP frontrunner inches closer to winning the nomination.
The irony wasn't lost on the Republican presidential frontrunner, who has notoriously called for a "big, beautiful wall" to be built along the US-Mexico border.
On the day Cruz announced Carly Fiorina as his running mate, the former speaker of the House decided to take him down a peg during an appearance at Stanford University.
Dennis Hastert admitted for the first time Wednesday that he abused boys in the 1970s, but faced only banking charges because the statute of limitations on molestation had expired.
News that Trump could testify at a trial over allegations of fraud at his former university comes as five states cast ballots in the GOP primary Tuesday.
The progressive stalwart from Massachusetts is earning plenty of buzz as a potential vice president, though she has refrained from endorsing either candidate in the Democratic primary.
Seeking to reassure party leaders, Paul Manafort told RNC members Thursday that Trump is a different person behind closed doors and will alter his persona in coming months.