Before leaving the internal gathering at Davos, Switzerland, on Wednesday, President Donald Trump held a hastily scheduled press conference. In it, he was asked about the clear discrepancy between his initial claim that no Americans had been harmed in Iran's retaliatory strikes against a US base in Iraq and reports of 11 military personnel diagnosed with concussions and an unnamed number of others also being treated in the wake of the attack.
President Donald Trump told reporters on Wednesday that he would "love" to sit in the Senate chamber while his own impeachment hearing is taking place, adding he would "sit in the front row and stare in their corrupt faces," referring to House and Senate Democrats.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell argued Tuesday that the rules he is proposing for President Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial "closely" follow past precedent, and invoked the 1999 trial of President Bill Clinton in particular.
The first true day of President Donald Trump's impeachment trial was historic, the start of only the third such proceeding in the country's 230 years of existence. It also felt a bit like the first day of school.
State lawmakers can't stop fighting about the rights of their transgender citizens: Their access to bathrooms. The sports they can play in school. Whether businesses can turn them away because of their gender identity.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has improved his standing in the national Democratic race for president, joining former Vice President Joe Biden in a two-person top tier above the rest of the field, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS.
The Democratic National Committee will begin to pour millions of dollars into six battleground states -- Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Florida, North Carolina and Arizona -- in preparation for a general election fight against President Donald Trump, the committee announced Wednesday.