To win in Kentucky, Amy McGrath will need to attract support from Trump voters. How? By arguing that McConnell is blocking big pieces of his agenda.
Democrats looking to unseat Sen. Joni Ernst have landed on a particularly distasteful line of attack, accusing the Iowa Republican of being insufficiently supportive of domestic violence victims despite her experience as a survivor.
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Fair competition in women’s sports remains under attack as male athletes continue to join and compete on women’s teams and against women. Male athletes Cece
Lost in the noise of Gordon Sondland’s cavalier testimony today, as well as the breathless Democrat and media spinning of it throughout the day, was Rep. Devin Nunes’s OUTSTANDING opening remarks and a little neutron bomb from Ukraine's Office of the Prosecutor General. First of all, here are selected excerpts]]
‘The Rise of Skywalker’ looms as a big hit and everyone loves Baby Yoda. But there’s also a disgruntled contingent of fans, a string of fired directors, a movie spinoff that left audiences cold and a decline in ticket sales. ‘We’re gonna hit pause.’
Kamala Harris came onto the presidential scene January 2019, and since then she’s done very little to distinguish herself.
A few people laughed in the audience as he said this.
The GOP tried to put the final impeachment witnesses on the spot, but tripped into a series of face-plants that did more damage to Trump than anything Democrats were able to do.
Federal “Highly Qualified Teacher” mandates. Adequate Yearly Progress requirements. Smaller learning communities. Improving Teacher Quality State Grants. Reading First. Early Reading First. The dozens of
Former CIA Director John Brennan joins MTP Daily to discuss the newly released IG report.
MSNBC political analyst Michael Steele predicted Tuesday that there would be massive public interest in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, comparing it to the O.J. Simpson case "on steroids."
President Trump on Tuesday said bipartisan approval of his North American trade deal is the "silver lining" to a morning that began with Democrats unveiling articles of impeachment against him. Mr. Trump said articles that accuse him of abusing his power in dealing with Ukraine are "very weak" and that
Rob Reiner, the Hollywood filmmaker turned full-time left-wing agitator, is encouraging people to take to the streets to show their support for House Democrats' effort to impeach President Donald Trump.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick said he "didn't have anything at all to do" with the team's videographer who was caught taping the Cincinnati sideline during Sunday's game.
Genaro Garcia Luna was charged with accepting millions of dollars in bribes in exchange for providing protection to the Sinaloa cartel.
USA-NATO/:Cold War redux? U.S. to hold largest Europe exercises in 25 years
Verizon Media Group is undergoing layoffs this week. The telecom's portfolio of media brands, which includes Yahoo, AOL, TechCrunch and HuffPost, plans to lay off about 150 people in the U.S. across multiple teams in the organization.
With House Democrats days away from voting on articles of impeachment, at least one progressive group that has spent months advocating for that outcome is disappointed.
Michael Bloomberg tells Christiane Amanpour at the Madrid climate summit, "I would vote for impeachment," but argues Trump would "eat alive" Bloomberg's rivals.
Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly said the Pentagon is considering additional steps to further protect its military installations, military personnel and families.