"Pilots are no longer needed, but rather computer scientists from MIT," Trump wrote.
As Revolutionary Guards Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani was honored at home, Iran built new trade ties with Iraq and Syria to counter U.S. sanctions.
Mitt Romney got a birthday cake with candles and everything was normal.
Guy Benson wasn't happy with Pirro's response to the criticism of her comments about Democrat Ilhan Omar.
Pete Buttigieg, the South Bend, Indiana, mayor who's running for president, asked how Vice President Mike Pence could allow himself to be "the cheerleader of the porn star presidency. Is it that he stopped believing in Scripture when he started believing in Donald Trump?"
The progressive Democrat will try to make herself stand out from the crowd of liberal party members pursuing the Oval Office when she answers questions at a CNN town hall Sunday night.
In an interview with Newsweek, the country's first openly gay presidential candidate gave his thoughts on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Donald Trump and more.
"[The] danger of too much impeachment talk is that it's like crying wolf. By the time the wolf is at the door, no one will believe you."
Iowa City is the second of Sanders's three-stop tour in a state that will be crucial to securing the 2020 Democratic nomination.
Chinese General Wang Weixing argued that if reunited with Beijing, Taiwan would retain significant political, economic and diplomatic independence.
Democrats agree they need to stand against anti-Semitism, but there are growing disagreements over if and how a House resolution should be passed to condemn Congresswoman Ilhan Omar's alleged anti-Semitic tropes.
"We can investigate to the extent that we engage in what Dr. King called 'paralysis of analysis,'" Representative Al Green said.
"What is Jared Kushner's expertise in Middle East peace?" CNN anchor Cooper asked. "And what is Ivanka Trump's expertise in anything?"
"I think the undermining of the media is, in the last two years, unprecedented and really scary, and everybody should pay attention," said the widow of the late Apple founder Steve Jobs.
President Donald Trump has installed a record number of federal appeals court judges in his first two years in office.
Harington poked fun at the cultural impact of the landmark HBO show that made him famous.
Hillary Clinton claimed an "instrumental" part in the Northern Ireland peace process, but a new book by Trina Vargo alleges she exaggerated and later used her power to take revenge.
Border enforcement authorities announced Tuesday that more than 76,000 migrants crossed the U.S. border with Mexico without authorization last month.
Senator John Cornyn, a Texas Republican, tweeted poll results that showed President Donald Trump with a 43 percent approval rating.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif suddenly quit his post after being excluded from a visit by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, now the Arab leader's invited him to meet in Damascus.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff announced the hiring of an investigations director with "significant" experience pursuing international Russian organized crime.
"Now, who's the 'Stupid Party'?" Coulter tweeted.
"Fox [News] has been so aligned with Trump, really, that you can see that it is almost an arm of the West Wing," New Yorker writer Jane Mayer told CNN.
"My position is the same that it's always been," GOP Senator Rand Paul told Newsweek. "I'm both for vaccines and freedom. I think you can have both."
Arab states are rehabilitating their ties with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, but the United States is trying to stop them, pressuring allies like Saudi Arabia to stand against him.