The former NFL quarterback criticized "American terrorist attacks against Black and Brown people,' following the killing of Iranian military leader Qassim Suleimani, leading to outrage from conservatives.
While Klobuchar has largely escaped intense scrutiny due to her low polling numbers, now that the field is narrowing, she's going to need more than a snappy midwestern quip to explain this one.
In his first official public statement since ordering the strike that killed Iranian general Qassim Suleimani, Trump praised the U.S. military and intelligence.
Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) expressed her concerns, noting that there should be distance between the White House and the Senate during the process.
President Donald Trump tweeted in response on Monday that he will "strongly consider" testifying in the "No Due Process Hoax."
Stone joins a laundry list of Trump associates who have been found guilty of lying to Congress.
Elizabeth Warren scored an endorsement from Black WomXn For, a collective of more than 100 Black women, who say the senator from Massachusetts is committed to working on Black issues.
The $2 million, that Trump must pay himself, will go to eight nonprofit organizations, including the Children’s Aid Society, United Negro College Fund and the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who resigned last November at Trump's request, is looking to make a political comeback.
Eighteen percent of Republicans back removing Trump, while 82% oppose it. Only 13% of Democrats are against it.
Facebook, on the other hand, has faced increased scrutiny and criticism for refusing to even fact-check political ads.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) expressed his concern that the president may cause another shutdown to divert from impeachment.
The Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman is demanding that the House hold a vote in order to start a formal inquiry.
Sevier County Commissioner Warren Hurst invoked hate and bigotry to describe how liberal Democrats were "ruining the country."
The Democratic leader insists that a full House vote is not necessary to continue the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump.
A Quinnipiac University poll released on Monday shows Senator Elizabeth Warren as the frontrunner in the field of Democratic hopefuls.