The legal team representing President Trump in his Senate impeachment trial will include some familiar faces, especially for regular viewers of Fox News.
Six candidates vying for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination took the stage on Tuesday night in Des Moines, Iowa, where they spent the first quarter of the debate defending their positions on foreign policy — while tearing into President Trump's.
In a series of tweets and retweets riddled with typos and offensive images, President Trump lashed out Monday morning against criticism over the way he and his administration have handled the killing of a top Iranian general.
The president on Thursday continued to defend his decision to order the drone strike that killed Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani without congressional authorization, claiming that Tehran was planning an attack on the U.S. embassy in Iraq.
Defending President Trump’s order to launch a drone strike that killed Iran's most famous general without congressional authorization, Collins stirred outrage by suggesting Democrats who planned to vote for a resolution limiting the president’s war powers are “in love with terrorists.”
The president announced that no lives were lost in Iran's ballistic missile attack on Iraqi bases housing U.S. soldiers, a strike that was in retaliation for the killing of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani.
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Former national security adviser John Bolton said Monday that he is willing to testify in President Trump’s impeachment trial if he is subpoenaed, but there has been no indication that the Republican-controlled Senate will ask him to do so.
President Trump on Friday defended the authorization of a U.S. drone strike that killed Iran’s top general in Baghdad, suggesting that the killing should have been carried out by previous administrations.
The publisher of the Washington Post on Monday blasted the Saudi government for what he called a “sham trial” after a Riyadh court sentenced five people to death for the killing of Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.
The standoff over President Trump’s impeachment trial continued Monday, with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi repeating her demand for a “fair” trial before sending the two articles of impeachment to the Senate majority leader, while the two parties dug in on their conditions.
With three leading candidates for the 2020 Democratic nomination a combined 225 years old, the question of age was raised at the party’s presidential debate in Los Angeles on Thursday night.
At the Democratic debate, former Vice President Joe Biden responded to critics on the left who say he is too moderate — and too willing to work with Republicans who have enabled President Trump — to be the party’s nominee.
The impeachment of President Trump was an above-the-fold story on the front pages of virtually every newspaper in the United States on Thursday.
Press secretary Stephanie Grisham said President Trump was “just riffing” when he suggested at a Michigan rally that Democratic Rep. Debbie Dingell’s late husband, Rep. John Dingell, was “looking up” from hell when she voted to impeach the president.
Quoting from the Pledge of Allegiance, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke ahead of what is expected to be the historic passage of articles of impeachment against President Trump.
Hours before the U.S. House of Representatives was expected to vote to approve the articles of impeachment against him, President Trump expressed his disbelief on Twitter.
President Trump on Tuesday praised Rep. Jeff Van Drew, a New Jersey Democrat who plans to switch parties after voting against impeachment.
Following a report he may skip next year's general election debates, President Trump said he would debate the Democratic nominee — but that the format and venue are his decision.
The House Judiciary Committee debate over articles of impeachment against President Trump took an ugly turn Thursday when Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., brought up Hunter Biden’s past drug use.
President Trump on Thursday mocked Greta Thunberg after the Swedish teenage climate activist was named Time magazine’s Person of the Year, edging out finalists including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Hong Kong protesters — and him.
President Trump on Tuesday lashed out at Christopher Wray after the FBI director agreed with the conclusion of the Justice Department inspector general report that the bureau’s Russia probe was justified and not politically biased.
The Intelligence Committee formally presented its findings to the Judiciary Committee on Monday, bringing the House one step closer to a formal vote to impeach President Trump.
While defending her call to pursue articles of impeachment against President Trump, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unloaded on a reporter who asked her if she hates him.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday said that she is asking her colleagues to pursue articles of impeachment against President Trump for his “failure to faithfully execute the law” in his dealings with Ukraine.