Giuliani told a Turning Point USA event that the impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump is "illegal" and "unconstitutional."
The former national security advisor said he does not think North Korea will ever voluntarily surrender its nuclear weapons, regardless of what Kim Jong Un tells Trump.
Both houses of Congress have passed resolutions acknowledging the 20th century atrocity, which Turkey still denies happened.
Schiff told MSNBC's Rachel Maddow that it is improper for the vice president's office to classify information solely because it might be incriminating.
The former White House communications director said the president's Senate trial could prove too punishing for Trump to withstand.
More representatives voted in favor of Trump's impeachment articles than for those against former presidents Bill Clinton and Andrew Johnson.
The Democratic-controlled House of Representatives is expected to make Trump the third president in U.S. history to be impeached on Wednesday.
David Gergen said the president's letter would undermine his legacy, though Trump said he was writing it "the the purpose of history."
Joe Lockhart, who worked under President Bill Clinton, claimed Trump is worried about "Russian money."
The former army chief and president was sentenced to death Monday in absentia by a 2-1 special court decision.
Beset by internal divisions, NATO has been casting around for ways to reinvent the 70-year-old alliance—could the rising threat of China be the push the transatlantic bloc needs?
The Open News website cited photos of Putin's office desktop computer to conclude that the president is using an outdated version of Microsoft's software.
Gorbachev, an advocate for nuclear disarmament, said, "The key to resolving security issues lies not in weapons, but in politics."
The House is expected to impeach the president in a vote on Wednesday, and Senate leaders are now wrangling to decide the format of the subsequent trial.
President Donald Trump has retained a small U.S. force in the east of Syria to guard oil fields there against remaining Islamic State elements.
Johnson resisted calls to release the report before the election, in which he swept to victory last week.
Dmitry Peskov said the visit of Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov to the White House last week is not necessarily a sign of thawing relations between the two countries.
Special envoy Stephen Biegun said that any new weapons tests or provocations by the North would be "most unhelpful" with negotiations stalled.
Both Russia and the U.S. have accused the other of violating the Cold War-era pact that banned ground-launched nuclear and conventional missiles with ranges from 310 miles to 3,417 miles.
The U.S. urged fellow Security Council members to "act accordingly" in response to threats or provocation from Pyongyang amid stalled denuclearization talks.
The Center for Public Integrity sought more than 100 pages of documents from the Department of Defense and White House Office of Budget and Management, much of which came back heavily redacted.
Rabbi Jack Moline said the president himself is "fanning the flames" of bigotry by using anti-Semitic tropes.
Reza Pahlavi, the exiled heir to the now-defunct Iranian throne, tells Newsweek that the bloody unrest in his home country can only be solved by removing the regime in Tehran.
Trump has been accused of regular and unapologetic use of anti-Semitic language, most recently during a speech to the Israeli American Council last weekend.
A week of social media chaos has shown how vulnerable British voters are to disinformation, whether it is being directed from abroad or closer to home.
The attorney general has continued to defend President Donald Trump's attacks on the FBI even after many of his conspiracy theories were debunked.
The reported executive order would help the Education Department crack down on anti-Semitism on college campuses, but also stifle boycott movements targeting the state of Israel.
Officials warned that such a move could crash the South Korean stock market, but the president reportedly ordered staff, "Go do it!"
The Senate majority leader said "impeachment obsession" was paralyzing Congress with just weeks of the year remaining.
The president previously described a construction project in Istanbul as "a little conflict of interest" in his dealings with Turkey.