Amid fears that altered videos could influence the next presidential election, political and business leaders — even the military — have entered the fight to stem the disinformation threat of deepfakes.
Republican Senator Richard Shelby defended an argument from President Trump’s legal team that soliciting foreign interference in an election is not an impeachable offense, saying, “things happen.”
Presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg says women who are debating whether or not to support him should "just look at the record.”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday continued her calls for witnesses in President Trump’s impeachment trial after conceding to send articles of impeachment to the Senate in the coming weeks without Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s commitment to hear new testimony.
With the Iowa caucuses less than a month away, Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, and Pete Buttigieg find themselves in a three-way tie as the top choice for voters, according to a new CBS poll.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Sunday defended President Trump’s order to launch a drone strike that killed Iran’s charismatic Gen. Qassem Soleimani, escalating the tension between Washington and Tehran.
Democratic Sen. Doug Jones dismissed concerns that he will lose his seat if he votes to remove President Trump in a Senate trial, but said he would acquit Trump if "dots aren't connected" over “gaps” in the impeachment case.
Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Mich., said Sunday President Trump “crossed a line” when he mocked her late husband at a campaign rally, but said she doesn’t need an apology from him either. Instead, the lawmaker said she hopes the episode will be a lesson for the president to “think a little more sometimes.”
Retired Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher, who kept his Trident pin after President Trump intervened in his war crimes case, met with the commander in chief ahead of the Christmas holiday to “thank” him with a “little gift” from his service in Iraq.
In the first Democratic debate with no black or Latino candidates on stage, the lone nonwhite contender, Andrew Yang, said income inequality was responsible for the absence of minorities among the top-tier candidates — and said his plan for universal basic income was the solution.
The morning after the House of Representatives approved two articles of impeachment against him, President Trump slammed Democrats for a still-evolving plan to “Do Nothing with the Articles,” delaying the start of a trial in the Senate.
As the full House is set to vote on two articles of impeachment against President Trump, a Yahoo News/YouGov poll found that women, black Americans and young voters expressed the highest levels of support for the president’s impeachment and removal from office.
Former Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina said she thinks it is "vital" that President Trump be impeached, but does not rule out voting for him in 2020.
After declaring vindication relating to the FBI's Russia investigation, former director James Comey said he was “wrong” to defend the probe's beginnings.
A new Fox News poll on voter support for impeachment contradicted President Trump, who recently boasted major support in favor of “No Impeachment.”
In addition to rising tuition costs, crushing student loan debt and increased dropout rates are other massive barriers to attending or finishing college.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., lashed out at Fox News hours after host Tucker Carlson and a guest had criticized her climate policy proposals, while suggesting her district is “dirty” due to its immigrant population.
Following a suspected terror attack at a Florida Navy base, the Pentagon said it will review the vetting process for foreign officers who train in the U.S.
Rep. Matt Gaetz said it would play to the “president’s advantage” to have his top administration officials testify in the upcoming impeachment hearings.
In the course of a single day, President Trump on Tuesday gave a “no comment,” a “no” and a “yes” in response to questions about whether the U.S. supported antigovernment protesters in Iran.
MSNBC mixed up two notable men with the same name: Richard Spencer, a now former Navy secretary, and Richard Spencer, a white supremacist.
Andrew Gillum says he knows why President Trump left his lifelong home of New York to take up residence in Florida and doubts his “antics” for reelection will work.
Fox News host Chris Wallace pushed back against GOP Senator John Kennedy, who repeated a debunked conspiracy theory promoted by President Trump.
House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff, D-Calif., on Sunday said his committee wanted to call for the whistleblower’s testimony but declined to do so for a pair of reasons, citing Trump's "death penalty" threat.
During her final speech on the House floor Thursday, Rep. Katie Hill apologized for actions that led to her resignation while also boasting that her last vote as a member of Congress was in favor of the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.