To the editor: This week, I witnessed some of the best and worst in politics. (“Senate acquits Trump in impeachment trial; Romney breaks with GOP to vote for conviction,” Feb. 5) House impeachment manager
House Democrats' impeachment inquiry into President Trump is an "utterly polarized, utterly partisan exercise," "Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace said Friday. Appearing on "America's Newsroom" with
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Two foreign-born Florida businessmen who helped U.S. President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, investigate political rival Joe Biden pleaded not guilty on Wednesday
As Bash pointed out, Reid once called Bush the “worst president we’ve ever had." Reid had also described Bush as a “loser” and even called Bush’s dog “fat” to the president’s face, in the Oval Office.
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is pushing back against screenwriter Aaron Sorkin’s comments that the new members of Congress need to “stop acting like young people.” In an interview with CNN on
Boston’s Public Works Department and resident volunteers have started cleaning up trash that has been piling up at national sites since the federal government partially shut down in late December. Among
Serena Williams umpire Carlos Ramos speaks out for first time since US Open final - 'a la carte arbitration does not exist'
The umpire at the centre of the Serena Williams sexism scandal has spoken publicly for the first time since Saturday's US Open final. Talking to Tribuna Expresso in his native Portugal, Carlos Ramos said: