A coalition of progressive activist groups so far has 185 protests against conflict with Iran planned in cities across America.
A new Reuters/Ipsos poll found that 53 percent of Americans disapprove of the president's actions regarding Iran.
The former vice president's comments in 1998 have resurfaced as he faces criticism over his support for the 2003 Iraq War.
"While these videos are still rare on the internet, they present a significant challenge for our industry and society as their use increases," warned Facebook executive Monika Bickert.
Morning Consult found the former vice president had a six point lead over the commander-in-chief in a hypothetical head-to-head.
Republican Senator Rand Paul told CNN's Wolf Blitzer Monday that he believes that Congress needs to approve a declaration of war with Iraq after President Donald Trump's termination of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani. "I think killing a country's major general is an act of war," said Paul.
Having served as an adviser both George W. Bush and John McCain, Steve Schmidt left the Republican party in 2018 calling it "fully the party of Trump."
The former HUD secretary said he was "proud" to endorse the senator and join her fight for "big, structural change."
The South Bend mayor told CNN anyone he appointed to administration posts would be "qualified" for their position.
"That's your husband!" he said, after commenting on a family dinner party.
John McKager Stipanovich wrote in a Florida Politics op-ed that he considered himself a "never Trumper" from the day of the 2016 campaign launch.
Former federal prosecutor Cynthia Alksne said Thursday on MSNBC that President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani lacked the "attention to detail" needed to defend Trump in an impeachment trial.
John Weaver told Newsweek that a higher turnout among women and minorities in 2020 would spell bad news for the GOP.
The president told military personnel they didn't have brand new aircraft three years ago, when Barack Obama was at the end of his term.
The Fox & Friends co-hosts weren't confident there would be a bipartisan presidential ticket, though.
Former Ted Cruz aide Rick Tyler told MSNBC that the party had done a "really bad job" of recruiting minority members.
Gwenda Blair said Donald Trump had to "be the winner of all time" and sought to "obliterate anyone in his way."
President Donald Trump and his business finances are the subject of New York state and county investigations.
Former Vice President Biden declared he would not comply if subpoenaed for President Trump's senate impeachment trial, saying that any summons would be given on "specious" grounds.
Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore says the Democrats need to choose a Democrat with progressive policies who can "excite the base" in order to defeat incumbent President Donald Trump in the upcoming election.
The Florida Republican also took aim at the House Speaker's decision to withhold articles of impeachment from the Senate.
Richard Blumenthal said Murkowski's statements reflected "strong reservations" held by other Republicans in the Senate.
Chris Hayes also said GOP Sen. Lisa Murkowski exposed a "real crack" among Senate Republicans over the impeachment trial process.
Former White House ethics lawyer Richard Painter and former senator Rick Santorum had a heated moment after Patinter compared Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to "a judge impaneling an all-white jury for a Klansman trial."
"Trump will soon be on trial in the Senate on grounds that he breached one oath. McConnell is about to breach two," says law professor Kent Greenfield in op-ed for Louisville Courier-Journal.
Legal analyst Glenn Kirschner told MSNBC that the commander-in-chief was "beholden" to his Russian counterpart.
Pennsylvania Republican Charlie Dent told CNN the party faced being "wiped out" in suburban counties.
The entrepreneur is a point ahead of Buttigieg on favorability, but still two places behind the mayor when Democratic voters are asked who they'll back.
Former Rep. David Trott wrote a scathing letter to The Atlantic in which he said he was thinking about voting Democrat in 2020.
The Senate Majority Leader told Fox & Friends that the decision to withhold articles of impeachment from the chamber was "absurd."