The resolution is largely symbolic, as it's a non-binding piece of legislation. But that didn't stop more than 129 House Republicans this week from voting for a resolution to rebuke Trump's sudden withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria.
While the social media platform may have flaws concerning privacy, election security and disinformation, the 35-year-old tech mogul said the grievances users have with Facebook can continue to be ironed out by the company and by government regulators.
"There was no quid pro quo in the sense of what those folks out there would like for it to be," the outgoing Department of Energy secretary told Fox News.
The refusal by HUD to release the rule book for how the funds can be applied for—and subsequently spent—indefinitely prohibits Puerto Rico's access to more than $8 billion for projects meant to minimize the impact of future storms.
Trump's other exclusive property in south Florida, Mar-a-Lago, was also a considered venue, acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said.
Gordon Sondland's testimony represented a sharp break from Trump, who heavily pushed for his personal attorney to be involved in diplomatic discussions with Ukraine against the wishes of top officials.
Wednesday's meeting marked the third such one at the White House between congressional leaders and Trump this year where it ended with either Trump or Pelosi abruptly concluding it.
Some of the Republicans who voted for the bipartisan joint resolution will be part of a small group of lawmakers from both chambers that will question Trump at the White House about his decision to withdraw U.S. troops from the region.
"They know it. And all of you know. As a matter of fact, we continue to approach impeachment in a careful, considerate, thoughtful way," House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer told reporters.
With recent events that have rapidly unfolded in Syria, including Trump's decision to withdraw U.S. troops from the region, Gabbard—for better or worse—will likely be afforded a chance to again set herself apart in Tuesday's Democratic debate when it comes to her isolationist foreign policy stance.
Once it hits the market, the Ocasio-Cortez action figure will stand 6 inches tall and about 1 inch wide while sporting the now-famous outfit she wore when she was sworn into Congress.
The results, online security company SiteLock said, were reminiscent of what it sees when working with small businesses. More than half the candidates are using out-of-date cybersecurity software.
Three issues have the best chances of passing before year's end as Congress tackles its to-do list while House Democrats decide whether to impeach the president.
Hunter Biden speaks publicly for the first time to ABC News Tuesday. Here are five questions to look for about his roles in Ukraine and China.
"It is repugnant to the American dream of the opportunity for prosperity and success through hard work and upwards mobility," the federal judge wrote in his ruling.
"I was nevertheless incredulous that the U.S. government chose to remove an Ambassador based, as best as I can tell, on unfounded and false claims by people with clearly questionable motives," Marie Yovanovitch told lawmakers privately, according to a document obtained by Newsweek.
"Notwithstanding the State Department's current direction to not testify, Ambassador Sondland will honor the Committees' subpoena, and he looks forward to testifying on Thursday," Sondland's attorney said.
Authors of the Democrat survey urge activist groups to focus on four primary messages surrounding the Ukraine scandal that they say their polling shows could further an impeachment effort.
Both men were involved in Giuliani's efforts to pressure Ukrainian officials to open an investigation into one of President Trump's Democratic opponents: former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter.
Speaking to Newsweek after their chaotic front porch press conference, the accuser, and the duo of right-wing provocateurs were unable to provide any evidence that would corroborate their claims.
The former South Carolina lawmaker's ousting came a day after it was widely reported that the White House tapped Gowdy to join its legal defense team to help President Donald Trump combat the House Democrats' impeachment inquiry.
"Put simply, you seek to overturn the results of the 2016 election and deprive the American people of the President they have freely chosen," the White House counsel told House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in a letter.
A bipartisan Senate Intelligence Committee report says that after investigating Russia's social media tactics from 2016, the president needs to publicly state the dangers associated with foreign election interference ahead of 2020.
Republicans have sought to pivot the scandal's focus away from Trump's efforts to get other nations' help in the presidential election and are instead focusing on alleged wrongdoing by Joe Biden and his son.
The House Speaker has reiterated she has no intention to hold a floor vote and stated her belief that one is not required to launch an impeachment inquiry—a conviction that is backed by legal experts and the Constitution.
"I also made clear to the Ukrainians, on a number of occasions, that Mayor Giuliani is a private citizen and the president's personal lawyer, and that he does not represent the United States government," Kurt Volker told lawmakers behind closed doors.
In his prepared opening remarks to lawmakers, which was obtained by Newsweek Friday, Kurt Volker stated he was concerned about a negative Ukraine narrative that was forming and tainting Trump's view of the newly-elected foreign leader.
"In light of heightened interest in the [U.S. aid to Ukraine], I write to request your assistance and cooperation in...preserving...documents and other records regarding the [aid] and in responding to anticipated requests for such materials."
The campaign of Jaime Harrison announced that the first-time Senate candidate "brought in more quarterly money than any other South Carolina Democratic Senate challenger in history."
The National Republican Congressional Committee made clear they believe that, based on their internal poll results, impeachment proceedings are a losing campaign topic for House Democrats.