"It's the brain. I look at people, and I think about people at that level and not on a superficial basis," Ben Carson said when asked whether he felt "lonely" being the only African-American member of Trump's cabinet.
Biden has faced backlash from several of his 2020 Democratic rivals after his campaign confirmed he still supported the measure.
"This will help us to continue to get the information out in front of the people about what exactly has happened," Representative Pramila Jayapal told Newsweek.
The NRA is preventing its longtime public relations firm from turning over documents to Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee investigating alleged financial mismanagement.
China is working to erase any reference to the Tiananmen Square anniversary.
"China's human rights are in the best period ever," a spokesperson for the Chinese embassy in the U.S said.
The Duchess once recommended a book by famed political commentator and Trump critic Noam Chomsky.
Nearly a dozen conservative states have passed laws restricting abortion access in 2019.
"It's a huge step, first and foremost for LGBT youth," a co-sponsor of one of the bills said.
"Take the word impeachment away. It's a losing word," he said. "It's a 30-year-old word that does not help us."
Secretary Chao is hardly the first Trump administration official to come under fire for way they've handled their ethics agreements.
"Right now, Republicans are trying to throw everything in the kitchen sink and see what messaging sticks," Evan Siegfried, a political strategist, told Newsweek.
A symbol of stability through times of political upheaval, some social media users have called for Larry to step in as leader.
The British prime minister said, "I will shortly leave the job that it has been the honor of my life to hold."
"Do you believe he has a disability?" said the Democratic presidential candidate when asked whether he believes Donald Trump invented a disability to avoid wartime service.
Trump fired back at Tillerson Thursday after the former secretary of state reportedly criticized the president's preparations for a meeting with Vladimir Putin.
"The House leadership needs to urinate or get off the pot," Kennedy said of Democrats considering impeaching President Donald Trump.
"Lawmakers need to listen to all of those grass-roots activists out in the streets yesterday, because they will most certainly be voting come November," said Toni Van Pelt, president of the National Organization for Women.
"For some reason—maybe it was a lack of confidence on his part—he just took a pass," the House speaker said after Trump walked out of a meeting to finalize an infrastructure deal.
"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."