Shifts of power in North Korea give rare indications as to who wields clout in the notoriously secretive state.
"You are greenwashing your own track record and duping the American people into believing that you are helping address climate change," Representative Rashida Tlaib told bank executives during a House hearing.
The Twitter profile for George Conway, Kellyanne Conway's husband, previously just said "Lawyer."
The Muslim congresswoman said she doesn't "have any patience" for those who say her comment was anti-Semitic.
California Republican Devin Nunes appeared on Fox News Wednesday claiming he is set to file lawsuits against several "fake news" media outlets.
Republicans invited Owens to speak at the hearing on hate crimes and white nationalism.
"These candidates are so desperate for headlines they're going to the nth degree," Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade said.
"George Orwell must have had a crystal ball," Midler said.
Before Omar joined Congress, "I didn't once witness another member target Jewish people like this with the name calling and other personal attacks," Representative Lee Zeldin tweeted.
"He should be fired. Mnuchin failed to comply with ethics rules in financial disclosure."
Fox News continued undercutting Pete Buttigieg's Christian faith and character, with one contributor claiming he's really just an Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez "radical."
Pete Buttigieg called out "the Mike Pences of the world" in a new speech.
Buttigieg discussed the turmoil he faced as a young gay man growing up in Indiana during a speech in D.C.
The Mayor of South Bend, Indiana also talked about the "frustrating" amount of support Trump has from evangelical voters.
"Working across the aisle we can deliver for American families!" Ivanka Trump tweeted.
Red states have highest percentages of residents with pre-existing conditions.
Buttigieg, who is expected to announce his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination, attacked Donald Trump's labeling of things he does not like as socialist.
A new poll finds that 49 percent said the U.S. "should pay less attention to problems overseas," while 44 percent said it was "best for the future of our country to be active in world affairs."
Nearly 60 percent of voters said they didn't have a lot of trust or any trust at all in President Donald Trump when it comes to health care policy.