State investigators report that Pacific Gas & Electric neglected to properly maintain the equipment that led to the Camp Fire, which became the deadliest wildfire in the history of California.
Eight Fox hosts, personalities and contributors have appeared at Republican events in 2018, despite Fox's statement that they have "addressed the issue with contributors and hosts."
Team Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Tuesday accused the 2020 candidate of using "Republican talking points" to push his plan for higher education, which disallows some students from receiving free tuition.
Rabbis from the historic Washington D.C. synagogue Sixth and I said anti-Semitic graffiti was discovered carved into the doors of the building and that they were "not surprised by this happening."
The House Republicans called the ongoing impeachment proceedings "an orchestrated campaign to upend our political system" in the report.
Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett on Monday called upcoming witnesses in the impeachment hearings "a bunch of pinheaded professors who are going to weigh in on Federalist 65 and the meaning of the impeachment clause."
Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer's campaign purchased the "Keep America Great" domain in order to garner donations by selling "Trump is a Fraud & a Failure" bumper stickers.
Data reveals that there were 3,791,712 births in the U.S. in 2018. This statistic represents a record low for the country.
Former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance told MSNBC on Wednesday that Attorney General Bill Barr's comments about American intelligence spying on Donald Trump's 2016 campaign were false. "None of it was true," she said.
In an opinion piece originally published by The Washington Post, fired Navy Secretary Richard Spencer said Trump's intervention in the case of SEAL Edward Gallagher shows "the president has very little understanding of what it means to be in the military."
"The horrifying acts of violence against hundreds of Lakota men, women, and children at Wounded Knee should be condemned, not celebrated with Medals of Honor," said Senator Elizabeth Warren, who introduced an act to have Medals of Honor rescinded from U.S. soldiers who participated in the massacre at Wounded Knee in 1890.
Republicans for Rule of Law is expected to run an advertisement on "Fox & Friends" asking why the White House has not allowed potentially key witnesses to testify in the impeachment hearings. "What is Trump afraid of?" the ad asks.
"I don't believe I've ever been called a lying motherf***er before," Buttigieg told the writer over the phone.
Trump said his offer to the Mexican government to "let us go in and clean it out" was rejected.
President Donald Trump elicited a boisterous response from the crowd at a Florida rally by calling the impeachment proceedings "bulls**t."
In a vague tweet, Bolton said that America's "commitment to our national security priorities" were "under attack from within," prompting some Twitter users to urge the former national security adviser to testify before the impeachment committee.
"Why the hell does Tucker Carlson still have a job here?" DNC Vice Chairman Michael Blake asked Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer on live television today, a question Hemmer did not want to answer.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson said tonight Barack Obama may not have endorsed Joe Biden's presidential bid because Michelle Obama might be planning to run.
Former Obama Lawyer Neal Katyal and former prosecutor Evan Perez called today's McGahn ruling, stating that anyone subpoenaed must show up to testify regardless of their position, a "complete win for Nancy Pelosi" and a "devastating" loss for President Donald Trump.
The head of American Media Incorporated, David Pecker, was questioned by federal prosecutors about hush money payments made to women who allegedly had affairs with Donald Trump before he was elected president.
CNN host John King called Representative Devin Nunes' response to allegations that he met with former Ukraine prosecutor Victor Shokin about the Bidens "horsesh*t."
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed a number of animal welfare bills into law today, including a ban on the sale of foie gras.
In an interview with Don Lemon on CNN, former vice president Joe Biden said he was "disappointed" in his colleague Lindsey Graham, called President Donald Trump "corrupt" and said he was in great health and could fulfill the demands of the office of president.
"I think ultimately if you hate the president, every piece of information you saw was an example of why you should impeach," Hurd said. "If you love the president, every piece of information you saw was an example of how he should be exonerated.
A Delaware minister, who also worked selling real estate, was charged with placing a hidden camera in the women's restroom at the office.
Placencia told authorities he knew nothing about the drugs and was planning on eating the goat's intestines which he had allegedly purchased from a California rancher for $140.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh claims Trump violated the Emoluments Clause after a report revealed that Secret Service agents spent $28,800 in one day at a golf club owned by President Donald Trump.
Researchers in Iran were given sentences for up to ten years after being arrested on charges of being American spies.
Attorney General William Barr said he was willing to go to the U.S. Supreme Court to ensure federal executions will restart despite a temporary block by a U.S. district judge, according to the Associated Press.
With the support of the campaign, Mayor Pete Buttigieg's field organizers have joined a union.