"Some say this proves that the Trump administration is lawless. Not surprisingly, I disagree," Attorney General William Barr said while addressing the American Law Institute.
Nearly two-thirds of Democrats and liberal U.S. voters say it's OK for 2020 presidential candidates to appear on the Fox News Channel despite several hopefuls and the DNC outright rebuffing the cable news network.
ABC News and CNN on Tuesday added to the lengthy list of fiery Democrat and Republican politicians caught in the ever-revolving door between both the Obama and Trump administrations and cable news networks.
"No, not an OREO. An REO. 'R-E-O,'" Representative Katie Porter told Carson.
"When are these legislators going to give a shit about the baby once it's born?" 2020 Democrat Tim Ryan said at a rally in Washington.
House Democrats increasingly support opening an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump after the White House's continued stonewalling of congressional investigations.
"The bottom line: Republicans sold the tax scam as a way to create jobs and help workers. They lied," Bernie Sanders tweeted
"The nation's patchwork of protections for the LGBTQ community falls well short of ensuring life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness," Republican Rep. Will Hurd said after voting for the bill.
The partisan debate in Michigan mirrored that unfolding in Alabama, which passed the country's most restrictive abortion law this week.
"The abortion issue is a serious issue, and I hope it's fully debated," Governor Kay Ivey told reporters just before the bill was approved by state lawmakers.
Glenn Kirschner said that Judge Amit Mehta "really took the president's lawyer to task on every single argument he tried to make."
"You know what else has GONE TO SH*T under the watch of the @NYCMayor?" HUD administrator Lynne Patton tweeted.
"Morning Joe" hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough urged 2020 Democratic candidate Beto O'Rourke to "stop apologizing" for being white, wealthy or male after his very apologetic appearance on "The View."
"Don't you want to reach out to swing voters and go on Fox News?" "Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough asked.
President Donald Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani attacked the record of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio as he clashed with Eric Trump over emissions fines.
The recording will be distributed as a podcast.
Representative Tulsi Gabbard, a Democratic presidential candidate, said the WiliLeaks founder Julian Assange and national security whistleblower Edward Snowden should not be prosecuted for disclosing information.
"I think it reinforces that perception of privilege," Beto O'Rourke said on "The View" about his Vanity Fair cover story.
The South Carolina senator said Donald Trump Jr. should break the law and ignore a Senate subpoena, leading critics to demand his resignation.
The South Bend, Indiana, mayor is polling at 0 percent of the black vote In South Carolina, an important primary state where black voters make up 61 percent of the primary electorate.
"Such temporary solutions are not sufficient to address the permanent damage the trade war has inflicted on agricultural export markets."
Senator Tom Cotton said U.S. farmers and consumers who feel the pinch of President Donald Trump's trade war with China should consider the "sacrifices" made by soldiers fighting abroad or buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
"I'm so amused by people who come up to me and say: 'You used to be a Republican and I used to support your views,'" Joe Scarborough said. "I say: 'Well, my views haven't changed."
While not uncommon, the request comes at a moment of high tension in Washington as Democrats grow increasingly frustrated by what they view as the Trump administration's obstruction of their oversight responsibilities.
"It was misleading, disingenuous and deceptive," former judge Andrew Napolitano wrote about William Barr's summary.
The 2020 field is crowded with Democratic candidates, and the freshman from New York could help tip the scales.
Planned Parenthood, the American Civil Liberties Union and the Center for Reproductive Rights say that they will be suing the state of Georgia over the LIFE Act.
"It seems that individuals in the Justice Department at the highest levels who seem to state the facts and the law as they exist seem to not do well," said former Deputy Assistant Attorney General Elliot Williams.
"I believe that the FBI is engaged in investigative activity and part of investigative activity includes surveillance activity of different shapes and sizes," Christopher Wray said during a Senate Appropriations subcommittee hearing.
"What I am disappointed in now is he's not fulfilled my expectations about being an independent attorney general," Senator Doug Jones said.