Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday that he doesn’t believe Donald Trump is a racist despite the president’s calls for four Democratic lawmakers to “go back” to the “crime infested places from which they came.”
President Trump apparently called on four newly elected congresswomen of color to apologize to him after he said they should “go back” to their “broken and crime infested” countries. The comments were widely condemned as racist — and three of the four were born in the U.S.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez lashed out at President Trump, who tweeted that she and three other congresswomen of color should “go back” to their “broken and crime infested” countries, pointing out that she was born in the United States.
President Trump defended conditions of crowded migrants detention facilities after Vice President Mike Pence offered mixed reviews after a tour at the border he completed last week.
President Trump, in a Sunday Twitter thread, called out Democratic Congresswomen, saying, “Why don’t they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came.”
A Mississippi Republican running for governor and a female reporter seeking to spend a day with him on the campaign trail squared off Thursday morning on CNN over his refusal to be alone with her.
Days after declaring his independence from his Republican Party, Rep. Justin Amash reaffirmed his belief that “there's a strong case” to bring up articles of impeachment against President Trump. The newly independent Michigan lawmaker, who was the only GOP member to call for impeachment proceedings
New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez fired back at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi who dismissed her and other progressives who voted against their chamber’s bill to send $4.6 billion in emergency aid to the U.S. southern border. "All these people have their public whatever and their Twitter world
The Trump administration announced Tuesday that the 2020 census questionnaire will be printed without a citizenship question.
As Pride Month culminates in events around the country, LGBTQ cops still have a divided identity: as members of a minority that has historically been oppressed and harassed by police, and as law enforcement officers proud of their service.
Veterans of the Stonewall riots and some of today's influencers on LGBTQ culture spoke with Yahoo News to recall what happened 50 years ago and the impact one night has had on the world since.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, challenged at Thursday night’s Democratic presidential debate on how he would pay for universal healthcare and his other proposed programs, admitted income taxes on the middle class would have to go up.
At the first presidential debate of the 2020 Democratic primary, three candidates gave nods to gender inclusivity during their responses to questions about economic growth, health care and LGBT rights.
President Trump, who earlier Wednesday said he wouldn’t watch the first round of the first Democratic presidential debate, because he was “off to save the free world,” tweeted initially just one word on the event in Miami: “BORING!”
President Trump said the "biggest mistake" of his presidency was appointing Jeff Sessions to be his attorney general.
Despite calling off a military strike against Iran, the U.S. is still poised to hit Iran hard after weeks of mounting tensions between the two countries, President Trump said on Sunday.
President Trump declared that he is not “prepared to lose” reelection in 2020, saying he does not believe the official results of the popular vote count from his first election.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called out the Trump administration’s decision to delay putting former slave and abolitionist Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill, calling it “an insult to the hopes of millions.”
Joe Biden dismissed criticism from “the new New Left” wing of his party that his approach to politics is “old-fashioned” by fondly recalling his experience of “civility” in the Senate as he served with two segregationist senators.
When Fox News host Chris Wallace asked Pompeo Sunday if “accepting oppo research from a foreign government right or wrong?” the former CIA director responded: “Chris, you know, you asked me not to call any of your questions today ridiculous. “President Trump has been very clear that he will always make
Days after President Trump asserted he would take damaging information on his political rivals from a foreign power, New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said "the pressure to impeach grows.”
While claiming he has not been “overly involved in the census controversy,” President Trump called the question of whether to allow a question about citizenship on the 202 Census forms “totally ridiculous” Wednesday.
As mass shootings continue to occur, advocates for stricter gun regulation have gained momentum. But so have those rallying to protect themselves and their constitutional right to bear arms.
Outspoken Trump critic George Conway on Sunday said the president “would have been fired from any other job by now,” after Trump, in a series of tweets, lambasted media reports that devalued his deal with Mexico.