GOP Senator Tom Cotton said he supports a military strike against Iran in the wake of attacks against commercial oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman last week.
President Trump said Obama "had to know" about the FBI "setup" to investigate his campaign and implied the former president may have helped initiate the Russia investigation.
Ocasio-Cortez said Trump's comments that he was open to accepting foreign help for "dirt" on 2020 rivals shows members of Congress have a "duty" to at least consider impeachment.
Sunday's Fox & Friends mocked low attendance at several Trump impeachment rallies over the weekend, with the president himself giving the hosts several shout-outs on Father's Day.
House Republicans look to permanently eliminate gun-free school campuses across the country by reintroducing a bill to fully repeal the Gun-Free School Zones Act.
Lindsey Graham said Democrats accepted "foreign influence" when they paid for the Christopher Steele dossier
"What they really fear is that Roe v. Wade might go away—this is the most abominable decision since Dred Scott v. Sanford," Fox News' legal analyst Andrew Napolitano said.
The California Democrat was pressed to withdraw a comment about "sex-starved males" Wednesday amid a spending bill debate which touched on contraception.
"We have a clear memory about what happened thirty years ago, what happened when students assembled peacefully in Tiananmen Square."
Alveda King claimed people who are pro-life "can't be racist" in response to New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand's comments on abortion and racism on Tuesday.
Conservatives ruthlessly attacked Ocasio-Cortez for backing a Congress pay raise supported by top Republicans, claiming she just wants "yoga classes" and "luxury apartments."
Legions of "militant" feminists are ruining chivalry in the dating world and the workplace, opting instead to be "miserable," 'Fox & Friends' panelists claimed Tuesday.
Texas GOP congressman Dan Crenshaw mocked "coddled" college students and applauded Governor Greg Abbott for signing a so-called "free speech" law.
Prominent Evangelist Franklin Graham thanked President Donald Trump and the State Department for helping deny U.S. embassies from flying the rainbow pride flag.
Georgia congressman Rob Woodall said he also didn't read accusations against Bill Clinton in 1998.
Kevin McAleenan praised Donald Trump for playing hardball with the Mexico tariff threats, says he forced them to make "real proposals."
The husband of Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway called for the president to resign and seek professional help.
Not a single Iowa Democratic voter listed either New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio or Miramar, Florida, Mayor Wayne Messam as their first or second choices.
Bernie Sanders backed abortion rights and blasted male-dominated legislatures in a 1972 article surfaced Wednesday, revealing another decades-long contrast with Joe Biden.
"A prison sentence is not a license for gov torture and human rights violations," Ocasio-Cortez said on Wednesday.
25-year-old Johana "Joa" Medina León died on Saturday after she complained of chest pains while in ICE detention and tested positive for HIV.
A group of anti-Trump protesters threw yet another milkshake Tuesday, sparking a fight with a Trump supporter in London's Parliament Square.
Laura Ingraham visited London Tuesday to mock anti-Trump protesters and urge them to follow the U.S. president's agenda if they "want to be great again, too."
California Republican Duncan Hunter said that as an artillery officer in Iraq his unit likely killed "hundreds" of civilians during his time fighting overseas.
A Fox News panel expressed fears President Donald Trump may inflame "leave" Brexit and anti-NATO sentiment during his U.K. visit.
Britons have an overwhelmingly unfavorable view of President Donald Trump, with recent polls showing only 21 percent have a positive opinion of the U.S. leader.
Are YouTube and Snapchat down, not working? Entire regions of U.S. affected by social media outage.
Longtime Trump confidante Roger Stone posted a message calling for former CIA Director John Brennan to be "hung for treason" Saturday night.
White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said it was not "unreasonable" for someone in the Trump administration to have the U.S.S. John McCain moved in Japan last week.