(CNN) — Don't miss what happened in Washington on Thursday morning: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi virtually guaranteed that President Donald Trump will be only the third president in American history to impeached
(CNN) — Armed with never-before-seen phone records, Democrats on Tuesday accused President Donald Trump's allies of coordinating with a conservative journalist to peddle "false narratives" about Trump's
(CNN) — President Donald Trump has now denied that he directed his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani to go to Ukraine and seek out investigations on his behalf, contradicting his own words to the Ukrainian
President Trump was briefed on the whistleblower complaint against him weeks before he decided to release military aid to Ukraine, the New York Times reported Tuesday, news that undercuts one of the Republicans'
London (CNN) — A man has been arrested after a video capturing anti-Semitic abuse targeting Jewish children on the London Underground went viral. British Transport Police said the man, whose name was released,
The internal workings of a vast chain of Chinese internment camps used to detain at least a million people from the nation’s Muslim minorities are laid out in leaked Communist Party documents published
President Trump made 53 false claims last week, including 29 in a speech to New York business leaders
Washington (CNN) — President Donald Trump made a conventional kind of presidential appearance last week, delivering a speech about the economy to a gathering of New York City corporate elites. He then
The president phoned into Fox & Friends for a rambling nearly hour-long interview on Friday morning. During the call he ranted about the ongoing impeachment hearings, called Adam Schiff a "sick puppy,"
Read Sacha Baron Cohen's scathing attack on Facebook in full: 'greatest propaganda machine in history'
In a speech last night at the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), the actor and comedian Sacha Baron Cohen attacked Facebook and other social media platforms for enabling the proliferation of hate speech and
Holmes can look forward to a day (lifetime?) of presidential verbal abuse. If you feel like you’ve been living a bizarro, Groundhog Day existence for the last week, you’re not alone. Each day, another
The president stopped to speak to reporters outside the White House amid impeachment testimony in Congress. The president brought his own talking points, written out by hand, possibly with one of those
“Was there a quid pro quo? The answer is yes.” When Republican lawmakers on the House Intelligence Committee sat down for Gordon Sondland’s testimony this morning, they likely breathed a sigh of relief.