There's an angry split among Democrats.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi mocked Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Thursday for complaining about delays in passing the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement and impersonated him at her news conference.
A federal judge on Thursday once again pushed back the sentencing date for President Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn after his legal team moved to withdraw his guilty plea for lying to the FBI in the Russia probe.
The chief justice of the United States, John Roberts, was sworn in Thursday to preside over the Trump impeachment trial as the historic proceedings opened in the Senate with a mix of pageantry and partisan swipes.
Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., announced Thursday that she will not be running for her state's open Senate seat in 2020 and will instead seek reelection to the House.
Dalia al-Aqidi is a Muslim Iraqi refugee who says she's tired of hearing Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., play identity politics while using language she believes is "dividing" America -- so she is launching a campaign to unseat her in November.
The on-stage salvos between Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren at Tuesday’s Democratic presidential nomination debate in Iowa over whether or not he told her a woman couldn't win the presidency in the 2020 election are actually paying off for both candidates in terms of fundraising.
The Government Accountability Office issued a legal opinion on Thursday saying that President Trump's administration broke the law by withholding defense aid to Ukraine -- the issue at the heart of the president's impeachment trial.
New York City’s sanctuary city policy is again under fire after an illegal immigrant, who was released from NYPD custody in November despite a plea from federal immigration officials to hold him, is alleged to have gone on to sexually assault and murder a 92-year-old woman.
The investigation comes on the same day the U.S. Senate will recieve articles of impeachment accusing President Trump of pressuring Ukraine to open an investigation into the family of his 2020 rival, Joe Biden.
FBI Director Christopher Wray apologized Friday for the FBI’s mishandling of the President Trump Russa probe surveillance in a rare public court filing and outlined a 12-step reform the bureau is undertaking to prevent future abuses.
President Trump on Saturday described Democrats as being “unhinged” and accused them of "defending the life" of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani -- who was taken out by a U.S. strike last week in what the Trump administration has described as an act of self-defense against an “imminent” attack.
North Korea on Saturday said that a Happy Birthday greeting from President Trump was not enough to bring Pyongyang back to the negotiating table -- saying that a good relationship between Trump and dictator Kim Jong Un was just “personal.”
Reps. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., and Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., expressed outrage Friday after a report said the Trump administration was considering an expansion of the nation's travel ban to cover more countries.
Texas became the first state to announce it will opt out of a federal refugee resettlement program in 2020 – a decision made possible by an executive order by President Trump.
The latest poll in Iowa -- the state that kicks off the presidential caucus and primary nominating calendar in just three weeks – shows Sen. Bernie Sanders claiming a narrow lead over his top rivals for the Democratic nomination.
Former Vice President Joe Biden on Friday blamed President Donald Trump's withdrawal from a nuclear agreement with Iran for the current instability in the Middle East and touted his own foreign policy experience as a key reason he's the Democrat with the best chance to unseat him in November.
President Trump indicated in an exclusive Fox News interview Friday with Laura Ingraham that he would use executive privilege to block former national security John Bolton and other administration officials from testifying in his Senate impeachment trial if necessary.
An Alaska judge ruled Friday in favor of a recall effort against Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy after the state Division of Elections rejected a bid late last year to advance the campaign.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is calling out Cook County, Illinois for releasing illegal immigrants who've been accused of crimes, claiming the county denied more than 1,000 detainer requests in the fiscal year 2019 alone.