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.
Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher accused the Navy Secretary and a rear admiral of "meddling" in his case before mocking those who accused him of war crimes.
Tulsi Gabbard and Hillary Clinton called each other names ranging from "Russian asset" to members of a corrupt "war machine" during a weeklong October fight.
Tulsi Gabbard is among the ten candidates who will be onstage for Wednesday's debate, with her appearance capping a month of middle-of-the-pack polling and a public spat with Hillary Clinton.
Michelle Obama's press secretary countered Stephanie Grisham's claim that former Obama staffers aides left nasty "you will fail" notes throughout the White House offices.
During the 2016 presidential primaries, Miller used Breitbart News to call Rubio a "pathological liar" and to label immigrants as "child sex offenders."
The Fox & Friends co-hosts said the American public is counting on Fox News to cover the "complicated" impeachment hearings.
Representative Jeff Van Drew claimed some Democrats are getting "bored" with the Ukraine investigation.
"If they can't get him out by courts and politically and put him in prison somehow, they want him to go to prison, they're applauding now for Trump to go to prison — they will kill him if they have to," Bakker said.
A former U.S. soldier who was pardoned by Donald Trump after being convicted on two counts of second-degree murder offered loving praise for the president and railed against his critics.
Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren both blasted FedEx and President Donald Trump's "corporate elite" tax cuts for allowing the courier giant to avoid paying any federal taxes.
Critics are skeptical after the former New York City mayor apologized for the "stop-and-frisk" policy he aggressively enforced for more than a decade.
Johnson was caught in a hypocritical accusation after being challenged on a pre-2016 election quote that he would support the impeachment of Hillary Clinton should she be elected president the week after.
The House Speaker ridiculed the president for attacking the credibility of former U.S. ambassador Marie Yovanovitch and the whistleblower during testimony, cautioning him that such a move is a direct challenge to her leadership.
The former president urged the 2020 candidates against pushing too far to the left in their primary campaigns, which may alienate general election moderates when the nominee ultimately faces off against President Donald Trump.
Maher referenced Jim Jordan and former GOP House Speaker Dennis Hastert in a scathing monologue about sexual abuse allegations tied to each Republican.
The Fox News host railed against against the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine in his latest defense of the president.
Leaked emails from Stephen Miller reveal an obsession with white nationalism, the Confederacy and the denigration of minority communities.
The federal government has more authority to regulate colored pencils than it does to enforce election security measures, the Brennan Center report warns.
Nikki Haley claimed she stood up against Rex Tillerson and John Kelly as they fought against her and President Donald Trump on withdrawing Palestinian aid and pulling out of the Iran deal.
A British politician, who frequently champions equality and social justice issues, has been accused of making an anti-Semitic reference over the classic Beatles tune.