Whatever happened to the Republicans as the “party of law and order”? True, Richard Nixon, who first branded the party that way, was lying when he famously said, “I am not a crook.” Both Watergate and the Iran-Contra scandal rank among the most notorious examples of executive branch lawlessness in our nation’s history. But through [
On Feb. 3, 2020, voters will congregate at hundreds of different in-person events for the Iowa caucuses.
Two simultaneous conversations are going on during the impeachment trial. One is about the law and trying to frame concepts such as bribery, extortion, or obstruction of justice into the more uncertain text of the Constitution.
In London, President Donald Trump, having been the subject of mockery by fellow world leaders at a major summit, packed up early and left without holding a traditional news conference -- but not without firing back at Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, calling him "two-faced."
Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., says members must be briefed on the findings of the House Intelligence Committee. Ranking Member Doug Collins, R-Ga., wants a hearing of his own with his own witnesses.
In hearings on the impeachment of President Trump, voters (and viewers) used to the theatrics of 'Law & Order' or 'Veep' have been disappointed.
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As Vice President Mike Pence's role in the Ukraine story comes under increased scrutiny, how might his biography inform how he navigates the crisis in the White House?
In its zeal to cast itself as the most pro-Israel administration in American history, the Trump administration risks enshrining one of the oldest and most destructive antisemitic tropes into official US policy
Two of them already voted against the partisan impeachment push by their own party’s leadership and are expected to again, but the fate of articles of impeachment rests in the hands of the 31 Democrats who represent districts won by President Donald Trump in 2016.