The secretary of state said Sunday that "when it comes to Putin's strategic objectives, he's already failed."
The Democratic swing vote said he's on board with several provisions being called for by gun control activists in potential legislation.
George Conway said Sunday that the House select committee investigating last year's U.S. Capitol riot doesn't need any new bombshells to prove their case.
The former congressman said Sunday he no longer considers himself to be a Republican, adding that "the party left me some time ago."
It marked a reversal from her remarks a year ago, when she described inflation as a "small risk" and manageable.
The GOP lawmaker on Sunday criticized the policy because it tries to "enforce the law before the law has been broken."
The GOP lawmaker, who backs gun rights, said Sunday he's "open" to a ban or certification for AR-15s.
"We had people potentially die while law enforcement was on scene," John Cohen said Sunday about the mass shooting that killed 21 people this week.
The tweet contains an image that appears to show 12 tweets from the Texas senator using the same language to react to mass shootings that happen across the U.S.
The former marine took aim at the lawmaker's ploy last year to delay a House vote which called for his release from a Russian penal colony.
Alyssa Farah Griffin said Sunday that Donald Trump makes endorsements that are based on "personal kind of vendettas" instead of "who is electable."
Vaccine expert Prof. Peter Hotez has said that monkeypox is "far, far less transmissible than COVID-19."
Jen Psaki's MSNBC try-out from the podium at the White House press room is over.
"HOW does the press know about this terrorist plot to burn down the Supreme Court and murder Justices?" Greene tweeted Wednesday
The White House chief medical adviser has frequently been targeted by right-wing figures over his handling of the pandemic.
Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts called Roe v. Wade "a horrible constitutional decision" on Sunday, and is hopeful the Supreme Court will overturn it.
"Fox News is no longer Fox News," the former president wrote Saturday as he urged CNN to "go Conservative."
The South Carolina senator said Biden is the "best person" to have post-January 6, while suggesting Trump "went too far."
CNN host Jake Tapper noted Sunday during his interview with Governor Tate Reeves that Mississippi's trigger law "has no exception for incest."
"I think he did a lot of good things for our country, but we need to go a different direction," the Arkansas governor said Sunday about the former president.
After the video went viral, Act for America founder Brigitte Gabriel said Acosta should lose his job, while former Democratic Senate candidate Allen Glines tweeted that Acosta had behaved reasonably.
The CNN correspondent asked the firebrand representative why she couldn't recall her past remarks. She responded by calling Acosta a liar.
Donald Trump's personal attorney is reportedly unwilling to waive executive or attorney-client privilege while speaking to panel.
The veteran newsman said he didn't have anything lined up after abruptly losing his job at CNN's streaming service, but isn't concerned.
"Go woke, go broke wins again!" Republican Representative Lauren Boebert of Colorado said following the announcement that CNN+ was shutting down.
CNN announced Thursday afternoon that its brand new streaming service CNN+ will shut down on April 30 after it launched only weeks prior.
CNN's former CEO Jeff Zucker, who was involved in the development of CNN+, was forced to resign in February.
"It's just one more piece of CNN and Fake News that we don't have to bother with anymore!" Trump said on Thursday.