If you thought last week was packed full of action in the world of politics, just you wait.
Garrett, who has a Twitter handle that reads, "A hero is made by the path he chooses, not by the power he is graced with," set Twitter on fire late Thursday night.
Longtime Republicans are embarrassed to be associated with the party during the Trump impeachment hearings, but some politicians are also leaving the GOP behind
Lucy Darwin took to Twitter to complain after she said she turned up on her flight to New York to find her seat was covered in crumbs.
"I just wonder how low these people are going to go. How much they're going to degrade themselves?" MSNBC's Joe Scarborough asked.
"I don't trust Adam Schiff to be fair," Graham said.
"The long term damage that Trump could cause is delegitimizing facts and institution and process in the service of his own survival," Tim O'Brien said.
A performance report has surfaced declaring that Aaron Dean had "tunnel vision" and repeatedly missed calls for help over his radio.
"Security assistance money would not come until the president committed to pursue the investigation," the U.S. diplomat to Ukraine said of Trump's push to have a foreign country pledge to probe 2016 election interference and Democrats.
Just three weeks after Katie Hill's "revenge porn" photos were posted, Minnesota state senator Scott Dibble says he's a victim of the same crime.
GOP members of the committee were filmed leaving a hearing room on Tuesday after Chairman Mark Takano stopped debate on their proposed additions to the Deborah Sampson Act.
"Hijab-wearing women and girls don't need permission to exist," Omar tweeted Saturday. " I'm standing with [Noor]. Every rule that is ignorant of religious freedom must be overturned."
Ambassador Taylor and others were "embarrassed as all get out" by the situation, Representative Jim Himes said.
Buckingham pleaded guilty to paying $50,000 to have a proctor take the ACT exam for her son.
Social media users pointed out that several of the men on Trump's side of the table appeared to be avoiding looking at both Pelosi and Trump.
David Burns, who funded the research privately, says he is aware of the huge pitfalls in the concept.
The "Pennyworth" star will play the people's princess.
The YouTuber and "A Little Late With Lilly Singh" host has admitted her reference to turbans on Monday's episode of her talk show was "disrespectful and problematic."
A woman got stuck in mid-air on the flight bound for San Franciscio and diverted to Denver.
Shahin Indorewala, 26 says the company's CEO made fun of her hijab and told her, "Religion? I don't wanna deal with that here."
"Seeing as it was given by a notable convicted murderer from Wisconsin, we feel responsible to deliver any and all possible evidence to law enforcement and legal teams."
When the mother of a special needs student in Washington asked for a quiet environment for her son, they responded by moving his desk to a bathroom.
David Morrell is a bestselling author of 32 novels, including the first appearance of Rambo, in "First Blood."
Matt Riddle is the exception to Kenny's rule, at least.
Over 3,200 people have died from measles in the Central African country since the start of 2019.
The U.S. has yet to provide evidence to back up claims it was Iran, not Yemen's Houthi movement that was behind an attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders went on a lengthy tirade against the media during an appearance on Fox News host Sean Hannity's show.
Students dressed up as Beyoncé, Jim and Pam from "The Office," drag queen Jasmine Masters, the creepy twins from "The Shining" and more.
Jose Diaz claims was fired after just a few weeks when he complained about wearing "whitewashed" nametag.