The candidate’s message about the meaning of Christmas cut to a debate about something much bigger in Christianity.
These may not be what you remember from 2019, but they should be.
But a Democratic impeachment witness saying otherwise gives Trump what he craves: Plausible deniability.
Seven candidates met in the sixth debate of the Democratic nomination contest. Here’s what they said.
Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren epitomized a debate about how the Democratic Party should raise money.
Joe Biden had his best debate performance yet, and an issue that haunted Bernie Sanders in 2016 came to the fore again.
The final debate of 2019 will lack the diversity that many want, but will have representation in other ways.
Republicans say the bar has been lowered for impeachment and that it’s now just going to be another political tool. There are plenty of reasons to be skeptical.
How did we get to Wednesday’s vote to impeach the president, and what should you expect when the proceedings move to the Senate?
House Democrats are considering holding back articles of impeachment to try to get this. But will it work?
Trump got impeached Wednesday by a bunch of people he thought he had bought off.
If the House refers the articles to the Senate immediately, the Senate is expected to take them up in January.
What we learned, now that the deed is done.
Over the past three months, congressional Republicans and President Trump’s other allies have floated no fewer than 27 defenses of Trump’s actions on Ukraine.
As the day progresses, the imagery and metaphors are getting vivid.
“God uses imperfect people through history. King David wasn’t perfect,” former energy secretary Rick Perry said in a recent interview.
To President Trump, the faith of Nancy Pelosi — and his critics — is insincere because of their lack of support for him.
Rarely are lawmakers debating each other in front of a full House floor. But they are today.
It’s been said that the two parties can’t even agree on basic facts. That’s the case even when it comes to well-established ones.
We’re not in an ideal political world, which practically means big decisions are being made with an incomplete set of facts.