Democrats are in 2020 campaign mode, not engaged in a serious effort to remove the president.
The House Judiciary Committee’s Democratic counsel outlined three possible articles of impeachment against President Trump on Wednesday.
Invasive Grasses Are Fueling Wildfires Across the US (Chris) From the Conversation: “Some fires are occurring in areas that rarely
Atlanta Dream owner Kelly Loeffler (right) speaks with veteran NBA player Dwight Howard (left) during a WNBA game (Rich von
“I haven’t gone through all my phone records, I don’t really recall that name,” said Nunes, “I remember the name
Malone allegedly covered up credible allegations against priests in the diocese and neglected to relieve those priests of their duties.
A school shooting with multiple fatalities is certain to make the headlines. After all, it’s major news when a kid
Tuesday on the NewsHour, House Democrats laid out their case for impeaching President Trump, arguing he abused his power and
A new statewide poll of Florida conducted by Saint Leo University shows across-the-board support for Republican governor Ron DeSantis, including
“I look forward to prosecuting these cases, including the media outlets, as well as the sources of their fake stories,
(Mark Makela/Getty Images) Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) became the latest 2020 Democrat to drop out of the presidential race Tuesday,
For much of the world, donating blood is purely an act of solidarity; a civic duty that the healthy perform
Governor Brian Kemp’s defiance of President Trump and pro-life groups could make a big difference in the tight race for
All New Cellphone Users in China Must Now Have Their Faces Scanned (Chris) From MIT Technology Review: “China’s government says
Counting prisoners as residents where they are incarcerated — rather than where they lived before — often results in districts
The US government has recently stepped up its investigation of whether Deutsche Bank knowingly helped Danske Bank launder vast sums
Monday on the NewsHour, the House Judiciary Committee moves closer to impeachment as President Trump travels abroad. Plus: The Supreme
Atlantic writer Adam Serwer’s attack on social-conservative Trump supporters doesn’t hold up to scrutiny.
While on the campaign trail in 2016, then-candidate Donald Trump gave a $100,000 donation to an organization that assists wounded
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Monday that she was firing Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson over ‘a series of ethical lapses.’
Vladimir Putin signed a law on Monday banning the sale of smartphones, computers, and smart televisions that do not contain
Julian Castro, former housing secretary (left) and Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) each receive more than 60 percent of their Iowa
It all started with an effort to get big money out of politics. Now, lawmakers and campaign finance reform advocates
Between 180 and 450 people have been killed, while at least 2,000 protesters have been wounded and 7,000 detained by
“Under the current circumstances, we do not intend to participate in your Wednesday hearing,” White House Counsel Pat Cipollone wrote.
On this edition for Sunday, December 1, severe weather disrupts holiday travel across the U.S., and on World AIDS Day,
If you were really quiet the Friday before last, you could hear the air being sucked in by millions of
On this edition for Saturday, November 30, the latest on the London Bridge attack, Illinois schools placed thousands of children
Here is a story from the wondrous world of regenerative medicine and surgery — an emerging field that gets more
The 1960s series on art and literature through the ages remains a brilliant (and popular) masterwork, a celebration with a
Friday on the NewsHour, the prime minister of Iraq announces his resignation after weeks of protests that have left hundreds
Workers in Democratic Republic of Congo Made Impotent by Pesticide: Human Rights Watch (Mili) The author writes, “Feronia, [a UK-funded
Bus and most taxi transportation could not operate and passage via private cars was impossible in many areas. Winds were not an issue.
The long-running NPR program isn’t just about how to fix cars—it’s about the humor of the human condition.
Thursday on the NewsHour, President Trump made a Thanksgiving trip to Afghanistan, where he served troops a holiday dinner and
Reading Time: 2 minutes Bankers whose financial institutions are engulfed in scandal appear to be hanging themselves at an alarming
Reading Time: < 1 minute For us at WhoWhatWhy, giving thanks is simple. There are so many people who make
The holiday is associated in the American imagination — and in fact — with the ingathering of family and with
Wednesday on the NewsHour, another set of revelations in the inquiry into President Trump’s Ukraine dealings. Plus: How Americans across