Josh Kovensky is a reporter for Talking Points Memo in New York City. He previously worked for the Kyiv Post in Ukraine, covering politics, business, and corruption there. He is a graduate of the University of Chicago.
Investigators with the office of New York Attorney General Letitia James questioned former National Rifle Association President Oliver North on Tuesday, deposing a former NRA official with an axe to grind over the gun group’s strenuous objections.
An unnamed tipster gave a House panel “credible allegations” about potential attempts to influence the Internal Revenue Service’s audit of the president’s tax returns, according to a Tuesday court filing.
The National Rifle Association’s longtime imagemaker fired a broader and deeper array of accusations against its former client than previously known after being sued by the NRA, according to a recently filed court document.
A Connecticut man who had amassed an arsenal of tactical weapons and body armor, and who police say may have been preparing for a mass shooting, left a trail of virulently racist and anti-trans postings online.
In the weeks before it happened, President Trump’s inauguration was shaping up to be such a chaotic mess that a key organizer felt compelled to reach out to a surprising person in the hope of making things better: Michael Cohen.
Top political appointees at the State Department “harassed” career staffers whom they suspected were members of the supposed “deep state” or were purportedly “disloyal” to the Trump administration’s goals, according to a new report from the department’s inspector general.