If confirmed by the Senate, Rosen will replace Rod Rosenstein, who is expected to step down from his role by the middle of March.
The President of the United States has to make a lot of decisions on a daily basis including what to eat! Buzz60's Mercer Morrison has the story.
Bernie Sanders launched a new White House bid with enviable polls numbers and record-breaking fundraising. But there are several challenges ahead.
Congress is on recess this week, but The Firewall's David Hawkings says to expect leaders to try to stop President Trump's emergency declaration.
A report from the House oversight committee raises concerns about national security and the Trump administration's relationship with Saudi Arabia.
Gov. Kim Reynolds said her decision not to appeal the Iowa Supreme Court's ruling was "extremely difficult," but she doesn't see a way to appeal it.
Appealing to everyday Americans can be difficult for politicians, where any misstep can be a fatal blow to a campaign.
The 45-year-old Mexican national was detained for illegal re-entry after crossing the border earlier this month.
But Sanders is joining an already-crowded and diverse field of candidates for the Democratic nomination.
Multiple outlets report an official announcement on Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein's replacement could come as early as this week.
She made the announcement on Twitter.
"Medicare For All" would fundamentally change our health care system and could help decide elections in 2020. But few are saying what it means.
Activists across the country are protesting President Trump's decision to declare a national emergency in order to fund a border wall.
Gov. Tony Evers said he also wants to decriminalize marijuana possession and reform marijuana-related penalties.
State election officials are trying to decide if they can declare a winner in the November midterms or if they should order a new election.
President Trump tweeted that former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was "fired for lying, and now his story gets even more deranged."
White House senior adviser Stephen Miller said the president "is going to protect his national emergency declaration."