“We’re a party in chaos,” Representative Marcia Fudge told Politico when asked whether Perez should go.
The Treasury Department has granted a request from Senate Republicans for financial documents related to Hunter Biden.
Pornhub pushes users towards content that was recorded nonconsensually, an investigation of the company’s practices has found.
President Trump began his Thursday remarks on his impeachment acquittal by criticizing the “dirty cops” and “bad people” who investigated
A cybersecurity firm contracted by ProPublica has reviewed the app and concluded that a skilled hacker could have altered vote
Senate Republicans announced Wednesday that they have requested Hunter Biden’s official travel records from the Secret Service.
Senator Mitt Romney on Wednesday announced he would vote to convict President Trump on one article of impeachment.
The external forces setting the political and economic pace for Ireland will continue to shape the country for some time
“The problem is [the U.S. is] starting late in the game to fix this problem,” commented Paul Triolo, head of
The New Hampshire Primary will occur on Tuesday, February 11, leaving candidates about a week to canvass the state in
President Trump touted his commitment to combating illegal immigration during the State of the Union address on Tuesday, and attacked
President Trump interrupted his State of the Union address Tuesday night to praise conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh and award
There’s a strong argument to be made that suggesting Sanders is a sexist liar was never going to end well
It was in exchange for Stalin’s pledge to join the war against Japan that Roosevelt made concessions on Eastern Europe.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell delivered a harsh rebuke to the Democratic Party on Tuesday after the Iowa caucus descended
Joe Biden’s campaign sent a letter to the Iowa Democratic Party late Monday night demanding “full explanations” as to why
Preliminary results in the Iowa caucuses were heavily delayed Monday night, with Democratic party officials explaining the halt was due
“What the president did was wrong,” the West Virginia Democrat said on the Senate floor Monday, but he added, “I see
Two people are dead and one person injured after a gunman opened fire at Texas A&M University-Commerce near Dallas on Monday.
Democrats who use Twitter are more likely to identify as liberal and are less inclined to find common ground with
“The fact is, Mike Bloomberg could have gotten himself on the debate stage any time he wanted,” Yang said.
Kerry was overheard by NBC News in the lobby of an Iowa restaurant, discussing the steps to make a possible
After decades of opposition from the establishment — from Obama to Blair to the BBC and the IMF — the
On this edition for Sunday, February 2, a look ahead to the Iowa caucuses and how they have changed, international
The Ravens had the best regular-season record in football this season thanks to their embrace of innovative, data-driven on-field strategies.
On this edition for Saturday, February 1, the Senate impeachment trial winds down after Republicans vote to exclude new evidence,
The Senate voted Friday evening to decline the calling of additional witnesses in President Trump’s impeachment trial, turning down Democratic-led
Senator Marco Rubio released a statement ahead of the Senate’s Friday vote on calling impeachment witnesses.
Joe Biden on Friday walked back remarks he made questioning fellow 2020 candidate Bernie Sanders’s loyalty to the Democratic Party.
“Travelers should be prepared for travel restrictions to be put into effect with little or no advance notice,” the State
Schiff was prompted by Sen. Ron Johnson and others asking about Schiff’s reported hiring of a contact of the whistleblower