Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke used his increasingly common brusque manner to push aside criticisms and questions about Joe Biden's age or mental acuity.
Longtime Texas Republicans and Democratic pollsters say predominately white new arrivals who moved to enjoy the state's economy are a primary factor behind the state potentially turning blue in 2020.
Fox Business Network host and frequent defender of Donald Trump, Lou Dobbs, ridiculed the president's 2020 campaign chief for bragging about the establishment of a Trump "dynasty."
While three schools are located in the United States or a U.S. territory, the others are on military bases overseas.
Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang said he is sure he can prevail over polling frontrunner Joe Biden, declaring that a vote for the former vice president is a regressive step back in time.
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis penned a reflective condemnation of his old boss, President Donald Trump, and urged Americans to reject the "tribalism" and divisive rhetoric stirred up by the current administration.
Despite the president's desire to eliminate the law via executive order, Constitutional scholars have said Trump doing so will be a violation of the U.S. Constitution and the 14th Amendment.
The Flores Agreement began as a class-action lawsuit in 1985, filed on behalf of Jenny Lisette Flores, Alma Yanira Cruz and two other girls after their experience in a motel in Pasadena, California while in federal custody as unaccompanied migrant children.
Despite President Donald Trump's assurances that the U.S. will not head into a recession, members of his staff have reportedly begun considering ways to combat a slowing economy.
"Who wouldn't be proud of a granddaughter like that? I love her and am so proud of her," Tlaib's grandmother told The Washington Post.
"I will not participate in a conversation that simplifies this issue without recognizing one - the history, speaking the truth about it and recognizing it happened before [Trump] was in the White House and it will continue after this guy in the White House."
"My message to children going back to school is go and really study hard and someday you'll grow up and maybe be President of the United States or do something else that's fantastic," Trump said.
While Sanders said he didn't currently have any information on aliens or UFOs, he told Rogan he'll "announce it on the show. How's that?"
"Trump's Mar-a-Lago is full of parasites. It's infested," Joy Reid said.
The hashtag was sparked by an editorial from The Baltimore Sun titled "Better to have a few rats than to be one," which was published on Sunday in response to the president's tweets slamming the city of Baltimore and Mayland Rep. Elijah Cummings.
"The jury I'm most worried about, not the Senate because I think that's a preordained conclusion, is the American people. Can we make the case to the American people? I want to make sure that's true before we go down that path."
Actress Bette Midler has been severely criticized for tweet to her 1.7 million followers Wednesday, where she called African American supporters at a re-election rally for Trump "blackground." In the tweet, she implies they must have been paid to be there.
Jim Jordan maintained that he was never informed of any abuse, saying in a statement that he "never saw any abuse, never heard about any abuse, and never had any abuse reported to him during his time as a coach at Ohio State."
"You have to think about it! You have to think about whether or not you would support a racist! Really!"
Rep. Al Green introduced the articles of impeachment shortly after the House voted to condemn the president's recent remarks about four women in Congress.
Ken Starr criticized Democrats using impeachment as a "first resort" and blamed the polarized reaction to Trump's comments toward four freshman congresswomen on no "unifying force" such as a "foreign enemy."
The lack of Republican support was to be expected, as only a handful of GOP members echoed Democrats' condemnation of the president's racist and "xenophobic" tweets telling congresswomen to "go back" to countries outside the U.S.
"What they just announced today in terms of changes to asylum law though," Maddow said, is "maybe this president's most radical effort to change laws along racial lines since the Muslim ban."
"There's no question that the members of Congress that @realDonaldTrump called out have absolutely said anti-American and anti-Semitic things," GOP congressman Ralph Abraham said.
The president fiercely defended his "go back" tweet on Monday, following widespread condemnation by Democrats, in a speech where he also falsely accused congresswoman Ilhan Omar of supporting al Qaeda.
Trump earlier in the day stated it "doesn't concern me" that white nationalists made find common cause in his racist tweets "because many people agree with me."
"As Jews, we're all too familiar with this kind of divisive prejudice," wrote Jonathan Greenblatt, the organization's CEO and national director.
"Why don't they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came. Then come back and show us how it is done," the president tweeted.
Nearly every single 2020 Democratic presidential candidate condemned President Trump's "go back" tweet on Sunday.
"To anyone out there who's working in this system, understand you abuse immigrants, you physically abuse immigrants, you sexually abuse immigrants, you fail to get them medical care that they need, you break the law of the United States of America and Donald Trump may be willing to look the other way, but President Elizabeth Warren will not."