The senator claimed without evidence that Ukraine meddled in the 2016 presidential election.
Adam Schiff provided few details of Monday's articles of impeachment hearing against Donald Trump.
Matt Gaetz offered several defenses of Rudy Giuliani visiting Ukraine this past week, saying that while it is "weird," Americans should give him "the benefit of the doubt" because of his role after 9/11.
The Democratic presidential candidate engaged with protesters at Grinnell College who held banners critical of him.
The paper's editorial board penned a scathing piece demanding President Trump be impeached for both the Ukraine and Russia scandals.
Ukraine's Kyiv Post highlighted their coverage of Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani's latest "dirt-digging" trip.
Iran freed an American Princeton University graduate student, Xiyue Wang, held since 2016.
"It is a constitutional paradox: The very behaviors that necessitate impeachment supply the means for the demagogue to escape it," former White House Counsel Bob Bauer warned in an op-ed Tuesday.
'Fox & Friends' railed against millennials and actor Mark Ruffalo Tuesday after he declared "capitalism is killing us," with the show's first guest mocking the actor for being a millionaire and accusing him of misinforming millennials about socialism.
The 2017 tax overhaul expanded taxpayers' standard deduction but made millions of Americans ineligible to claim a tax break for donating to charities—leading to a decline in giving to these organizations.
George Conway once again called out his wife, counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway, on Twitter Monday afternoon, this time taking a direct shot at her and her boss, President Donald Trump.
Ainsley Earhardt and GOP Rep. Todd McClintock defended Trump's Ukraine dealings by saying Americans elected him to "be Trump."
Donald Trump Jr. tweeted that an airport bookseller has not stocked his 'Triggered' book, prompting his supporters to complain on the bookseller's social media account.
Cory Booker said no other Democratic candidate has more endorsements than him from local Iowa and New Hampshire leaders.
House Democrats expressed hope Donald Trump will participate in the impeachment inquiry, while Republicans dismissed it.
In a recent appearance on PBS NewsHour, Brooks, a longtime columnist for the newspaper, implied there is a "big philosophical difference" between what Democrats and Trump himself see from the hearings.
MSNBC host Joy Reid and columnist Leonard Pitts discussed the "cult-like" religiosity of President Donald Trump's supporters, saying that at least former Republican President George W. Bush had a "soul."
Comedian Louis C.K. sparked debate over "comedy police" and cancel culture, after making a joke in Israel about preferring Auschwitz over New York City.
Conservative pundits rejoiced at reports of record Black Friday online shopping sales, praising the "Trump economy" for allowing shoppers to spend even more money this year.
New Jersey Senator Cory Booker admitted on CNN he was "caught off guard" by a Super PAC attack ad targeting South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg, but said November poll leaders never win the Dem nomination.
President Donald Trump cracked several timely turkey jokes during Tuesday's Thanksgiving pardon, dropping in impeachment quips and a playful shot at the news media during the brief ceremony.
Texas Republicans blamed a "staffer" Monday after their blueprint for winning 2020 elections and plans to mitigate President Donald Trump's "polarizing nature" began showing up in Democrats' email inboxes.
CNN host Ana Navarro-Cárdenas said a recent Rasmussen poll of black voter support increasing for President Donald Trump is fake, quipping that only Kanye West, Diamond & Silk were surveyed.
Slade Gorton said members of his party are betraying the country and the Constitution by refusing to accept that Trump should be impeached for shaking down Ukraine.
White House senior adviser Stephen Miller merged his dual-pronged obsession with immigrants and crime through "off-the-record observation[s]" he provided to Breitbart News about illegal immigrant violence against Americans.
An "annoyed" Harvard University student appeared on Fox News to complain about the "empty activism" of climate change protesters who he said ruined the Harvard-Yale football game.
CNN's Brian Stelter accused Donald Trump of "gaslighting the country," and fellow host Jake Tapper took his analysis a step further, saying the president is corrupting "truth" as an concept.
The presidential candidate went on the offensive against MSNBC Saturday, rejecting an appearance and accusing the cable news network of frequently denigrating and outright ignoring his campaign.
Adam Schiff pushed back against the NBC News host's claim the impeachment inquiry appears to be letting President Trump and his alleged co-conspirators off the hook.