The Senate minority leader "likes things done properly," says a friend, and McConnell thought the House vote was "a sham."
American Sign Language interpreter Heather Mewshaw, who provided translations for Monday's press briefing at the White House, has been seen in online videos appearing to support former President Donald Trump.
The Kingdom is used to getting the benefit of the doubt in Washington. Not anymore.
Of all the executive orders Biden has signed during his first week in office, a third have been reversals of Trump-era policies.
Ian Rogers was allegedly willing to "go to war" to keep Trump in office and was found in possession of 49 firearms, five pipe bombs and materials that could be used to manufacture destructive devices.
The former president has been keeping out of the headlines as his second impeachment trial approaches.
Republicans staunchly oppose Biden's immigration executive orders, but when it comes to tackling discrimination, racial equity and mandating masks, they're fairly popular among Republicans.
The "Wind Beneath My Wings" singer has been celebrating the end of the Trump era on Twitter.
The former president was protected from many forms of legal action during his term in the White House and it was widely expected that lawsuits would be filed against him soon after he left.
The multi-billionaire philanthropist has praised Anthony Fauci and Francis Collins after Joe Biden appointed them to his COVID taskforce.
In a fresh round of inter-party sparring, GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger publicly stated fellow congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene is "not a Republican."
30 percent of Republican and Republican-leaning Independent voters surveyed said they were more interested in the Patriot Party than the Republican Party.
Some Republicans have strongly criticized Biden's use of executive action to reverse former President Donald Trump's policies.
A strategy of green diplomacy can lead both countries to reach consensus and diminish further conflict by triggering a much-needed migration away from polluting energy sources.
The former White House press secretary and RNC spokesperson was previously a commentator on the conservative TV network.
Speeches that fan the flames of violence and hatred can only create distrust between individuals and in our institutions.
The talk show host went on a comic tirade against the Republican lawmakers who have defended the former president.
Though it didn't often come up during the 2020 campaign with immigration sidelined amid the pandemic and protests over police brutality, Trump and Biden fundamentally view immigration to the United States differently, with Biden welcoming it and Trump seeking to clamp down throughout his presidency.
We must use the recent successes of the Abraham Accord to move forward and further strengthen regional peace, stability and security.
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul tabled a vote about whether impeaching Trump was constitutional. Only five GOP lawmakers backed the Democrats.
The coronavirus pandemic has affected the former president's businesses, while banks are becoming more reluctant to lend to him.
Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz said the former presidents could be next in line for impeachment "because that's what we do in Januaries."
"It is extraordinarily unlikely the president will be convicted," Republican Maine Senator Susan Collins told reporters on Tuesday.
Most national and international LGBTQ rights groups consider Donald Trump to be the most anti-LGBTQ president of all time.
Forty-five Republicans went on record saying they don't view the trial as constitutional, effectively removing almost any doubt that a two-thirds majority will convict.
"The rise of political careerism in today's Congress is a sharp departure from what the Founders intended," the Texas Republican said.
Senators Mitt Romney, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, Ben Sasse and Patrick Toomey joined their Democratic counterparts in voting to table a motion to dismiss former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
"We stand by the two-state solution because it is the best way to ensure Israel's future as a Jewish and democratic state, while upholding the Palestinians' legitimate aspirations to self-determination in a viable, sovereign state of their own," a State Department spokesperson told Newsweek.
Beijing officials warned "raging anti-China sentiment" is a bipartisan agreement in Washington, and the "new U.S. government is not a cure of American malaise."
"The differences [within the Republican Party] are not irreconcilable at all," Senator Rob Portman told Fox News.