Trump and two Cabinet officials gave speeches over the past few days focused on Christianity and government.
House investigators are hearing from key witnesses in the impeachment probe this week, including the White House’s former top Russia adviser Fiona Hill on Monday.
Fiona Hill resigned from her National Security Council post earlier this year.
The president holding up aid for Ukraine was also a boon for Russia.
Everything you could possibly want to know about this unfolding whistleblower situation, chronologically.
Trump has flipped the chronology of Rep. Adam Schiff’s paraphrasing to make the Democrat look more dishonest than Trump originally claimed.
The California congressman is the target of increasingly vitriolic rhetoric from pro-Trump accounts, a new test of the power of weaponized language.
Changes to Section 230 could extend into online marketplaces.
It’s a test for the energy secretary who always got along with Congress.
Here’s what it does and doesn’t do.
Trump’s trade truce with China just kicked the can down the road.
The 2020 election is still in its early stages, but the fourth Democratic presidential debate on Tuesday could shape the rest of the race for a number of candidates, including the ones leading the pol…
He has bullied and projected, portrayed himself as a victim and struck an authoritarian tone as he battles the biggest threat to his presidency so far.
The plan comes as Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has been siphoning support from Sanders among the party’s most liberal voters, a group that belonged solely to Sanders in 2016.
Yet the commission is effectively paralyzed.
Trump has been president for almost 1,000 days. That means lots and lots of false or misleading claims.
The escalating crisis in northern Syria has prompted further criticism from Republican foreign policy heavyweights.
In this edition: Two phenoms try to kickstart things in Iowa, Democrats debate gay (and religious) rights, and Louisiana tells us plenty about Democrats and rural voters.
The criticism came as Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) announced that both chambers are readying a joint resolution urging the president to reverse his decision.
The House Intelligence Committee chairman suggested it isn’t necessary for the whistleblower to testify in person given the threats made by Trump and others.