Trump Admin Threatens to Withhold Federal Funds from California over Abortion Access Requirement

The Trump administration on Friday threatened to withhold certain federal funds from California due to a state law requiring private

What the Founders Told Us about ‘High Crimes and Misdemeanors’

The historical evidence suggests that a statutory violation isn’t required for impeachment. It also suggests President Trump shouldn’t be removed

Schiff on 2020: Trump’s ‘Misconduct Cannot Be Decided at the Ballot Box’

Schiff (D., Calif.) pushed back on the claim that the 2020 election makes any effort to hold President Trump accountable

Senate Republicans Block Schumer’s Attempt to Subpoena White House Witnesses, Docs

After Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer proposed an amendment Tuesday to the rules for President Trump’s impeachment trial in order

Warren Proposes New DOJ Task Force Dedicated to Retroactively Investigating Trump Admin ‘Violations’

Elizabeth Warren unveiled a plan Tuesday that calls for a Justice Department task force to investigate immigration ‘violations’ by the

Texts Appear to Show Former Ukraine Prosecutor Offering Info on Bidens in Exchange for Ouster of Then-Ambassador Yovanovitch

Yuri Lutsenko was critical of Yovanovitch due to her support for an anti-corruption institution based in Ukraine.

House GOP Leader Suggests Pelosi Timed Impeachment Trial to Hurt Sanders’s Presidential Run

McCarthy said Pelosi’s decision to withhold impeachment articles was to ensure that Sanders would be tied up with the Senate

U.S. Drops Designation of China as Currency Manipulator ahead of Trade Agreement

The Trump administration is dropping its designation of China as a currency manipulator ahead of the expected signing of a

McConnell Says Senate Will Move on if Pelosi Does Not Submit Impeachment Articles by Week’s End

Mitch McConnell warned Thursday that the Senate would move on if the House continues to withhold the articles of impeachment

Lindsey Graham Accuses Rand Paul, Mike Lee of ‘Empowering the Enemy’ by Trying to Rein in Trump’s War Making Powers

“They’re libertarians. I think they’re overreacting, quite frankly,” Graham told reporters after a briefing on Iran with administration officials.

Rand Paul: Trump Told Me He ‘Shares My Thoughts’ on Avoiding ‘Ground War’ with Iran

Senator Rand Paul said President Trump had personally expressed his desire to avoid another protracted Middle East war.

McConnell Claims He Has the Votes to Set Senate Trial Rules Without Dem Cooperation

Mitch McConnell has the 51 votes required to establish the rules for President Trump’s impending impeachment trial without a concrete

FDA’s Vape Ban Is What Happens When People Legislate What They Don’t Understand

When our government passes laws based on the emotional whims of media and public hysteria rather than statistical fact, the

Russia Warns U.S. of ‘Grave Consequences’ of Soleimani Killing

Russia on Friday strongly condemned the U.S. for the killing of top Iranian general Qasem Soleimani, who perished Thursday in

Former NSA Director Michael Rogers Cooperating with Durham Investigation into Trump-Russia Probe

Former National Security Agency director and retired Admiral Michael Rogers has met multiple times with U.S. Attorney John Durham as

Mulvaney Expected to Step Down After Impeachment Proceedings End: Report

Aides to President Trump and other allies have been urging Mulvaney’s ouster and for several weeks have been suggesting replacements.

Durham Scrutinizing Former CIA Director Brennan’s Role in Russia Investigation

Durham upgraded the investigation from an administrative review to a criminal probe in October but it’s unclear what, if any,

Andrew Yang Breaks from Consensus on Trump: ‘We Have to Stop Being Obsessed with Impeachment’

Andrew Yang distanced himself from fellow presidential candidates in opening remarks in the Democratic debate on Thursday night, criticizing Congress

Houses Passes Two Articles of Impeachment against Trump, Setting the Stage for Senate Trial

The House of Representatives voted along party lines Wednesday evening to impeach Donald Trump, making him just the third president

Horowitz Pushes Back on Claim that He Exonerated FBI of Political Bias: ‘We Did Not Reach that Conclusion’

Michael Horowitz clarified that his investigation into the FBI’s FISA abuses ‘did not reach’ the conclusion that the bureau was

Dem Rep Calls on McConnell to Recuse Himself, Threatens Mistrial

“I’m not an impartial juror,” McConnell told CNN. “This is a political process. There is not anything judicial about it.

Maine Rep. Becomes First Democrat to Signal ‘Nay’ Vote on ‘Obstruction of Congress’ Impeachment Article

Rep. Jared Golden announced Tuesday that he would split his votes on the two articles of impeachment against President Trump,

Freshman Dem Jeff Van Drew to Switch Parties over Impeachment

Van Drew, a Democratic congressman from New Jersey who is against impeachment, could switch to the Republican party as soon

Comey Attributes FISA Abuses to ‘Sloppiness,’ Distances Himself from Russia Probe

The former FBI director attributed the 17 “significant errors or omissions” in the FISA application to surveil Carter Page as