Another senator called the Democrats' impeachment case against Trump "thin gruel."
Vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff argued Sunday that House Democrats' delay in turning over impeachment articles to the Senate has undercut their argument that keeping President Donald Trump in office is dangerous.
Black leaders in the 2020 presidential candidate's hometown are frustrated as their mayor heads out the door.
Giuliani's efforts to dig up dirt on the president's opponents is a central element of Trump's impeachment.
"Given the sensitive nature of the request," an official wrote hours after Trump's call with Ukraine's president. "I appreciate your keeping that information closely held to those who need to know to execute direction."
Candidates have gone to great lengths to win over union support but members don't want to lose hard-earned health care benefits.
Pelosi would sit behind Trump during the address, which could come after or during a Senate impeachment trial.
The escalating thresholds have resulted in fewer candidates qualifying for the debate stage.
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Analysis: The good news for the South Bend mayor is that he's a focus because he's doing well. The bad news is his weaknesses were exposed.
The president was reacting to a scathing editorial in Christianity Today.
Sanders eventually apologized for her initial tweet, which she deleted along with a follow-up post attempting to clarify the comment.
Analysis: With less than two months before voters begin weighing in, here's a look at who landed their punches, who weathered the blows and who might have had their last moment on the debate stage.
The smallest number of candidates yet will spar onstage at Loyola Marymount University starting at 8 p.m.
The request from Sen. Jack Reed follows the awarding of a $400 million contract to Fisher Sand & Gravel, a company whose work has been touted by Trump.
Legal analysis: Should the lawmakers have taken into account what might happen during a Senate trial?
Lawyers for migrants are filing a Supreme Court brief saying El Paso border agents are undermining asylum cases by using false addresses on migrant papers.
Dozens of witnesses and depositions, many hours of testimony, endless speeches by lawmakers.
The event in Los Angeles will feature the fewest candidates on stage — 7 — of any previous face off.
A trial of Trump can't begin in the Senate until it receives the abuse of power and obstruction measures passed by the House on Wednesday.
Republican Rep. Mark Meadows of North Carolina said in a statement that his "work with President Trump and his administration is only beginning."
Warren loses ground gained in autumn surge, Sanders has enthusiasm edge.
Analysis: While the president and GOP loyalists insist he is a blameless victim, there will now be a big black asterisk emblazoned next to his name in ledger of American history.
The Democratic presidential candidate said she could not in "good conscience" vote for or against impeachment.
The Trump administration backed an effort by Republican attorneys general to invalidate the Affordable Care Act.