It’s a short distance from Trump saying “I can do anything I want” to “I can be president as long as I want"
The presidential hopeful maintains that he is the most electable person to run against President Donald Trump.
The president's latest trip to his Palm Beach resort and nearby golf course brings the taxpayer-funded total for his golfing hobby to $130.4 million.
The Senate will then take Tuesday off ahead of a vote on whether to remove Trump from office on Wednesday afternoon.
"For all that talk about 'overturning the will of the voter,' Senate GOP seems pretty okay with impeaching a future president
Lawmakers, legal experts and cable news hosts highly doubt the attorney general's interview appearing to stand up to the president.
Some might think organizations focused on “women’s rights” or labeled “feminist” would be eager to show support for female athletes in a lawsuit challenging a policy that allows biological males to compete against women, giving them an unfair advantage.
Our contributor faces his own mortality as he finds himself quarantined with his family in Shenzhen province.
He says he's 'fiscally conservative and socially liberal.' What that amounts to is dehumanizing authoritarianism.
Why do many senators and the media believe that a candidate for the Fed cannot have conservative views?
Charlotte Alter, author of the new book 'The Ones We've Been Waiting For' and TIME National Correspondent, joins to discuss why the Bernie Sanders campaign is getting so much support from younger voters.
China’s technology giants are using health-rating systems to help authorities track the movement of millions of Chinese, adding a new and controversial tool in the country’s battle to contain the fast-spreading outbreak.
Authorities early Tuesday busted a ring of Miami burglars they say used Instagram and high-tech surveillance to target wealthy marks, including New York Yankees star pitcher Aroldis Chapman. The ringleader, police say, was Xandi Garcia, 30, who is currently jailed on an separate case -- an allegation that he broke into the South Beach hotel room of the celebrity jeweler known as Eric
The billionaire candidate would put the financial-data and media company he co-founded nearly 40 years ago in a blind trust and eventually sell it, a campaign spokeswoman said.
And she gets it right. Mostly.
Rival campaigns and hostile journalists are scraping the bottom of the barrel with their latest attacks on Bernie Sanders supporters. Now, apparently, getting owned on Twitter is “harassment,” and when a nurses’ union donates to Bernie, it’s “dark money.”
While Trump used his star power and shamelessness to execute a hostile takeover of the Republican Party, Bloomberg is purchasing Democrats' affection.