"I want you to know that I am thinking of stepping down because I'm tired," Duterte said during a speech on Tuesday, citing weariness with "graft and corruption."
"Nixon Resigns," was blasted across the front page of multiple newspapers.
House Speaker Paul Ryan accused Conroy of getting too involved in politics, according to the chaplain.
"I've been hanging out getting ready to ram a hot poker up David Hogg's ass tomorrow," Allman wrote on Twitter.
The former U.S. ambassador to Panama, whose last day was Friday, said his tipping point that led him to resign was President Donald Trump's comments over white supremacy during the deadly Charlottesville attacks
Don Lemon said he shouldn't have used Hope Hicks's resignation to point out that Fox News buries stories that are unflattering to President Donald Trump or his White House. "I mean, that was a bad example. And so apologies for that," he said.
Trump has said the FBI disliked Comey, but the emails suggest otherwise.
Trump and his allies had scrutinized McCabe for campaign contributions his wife once received.
Senate Democrats have turned on Franken.
Kihuen, who took office in January, was accused of repeatedly propositioning and touching a former campaign aide in 2016.
The senior Democrat is battling an ethics investigation and allegations he sexually harassed his female staff, and several in his party have called for him to step down.
Senator Chris Coons is calling for a hearing into Dana Boente's abrupt resignation.
Republican lawmaker says Mueller "must step down immediately" because of ties to the Obama administration.
Boente's successor for the Eastern District of Virginia could be asked to fire Mueller if enough Department of Justice people are unavailable.
Trump is going to leave the White House before 2018, said Tony Schwartz, who helped write "The Art of the Deal."
The president ate cottage cheese, got a haircut and talked to photos of past presidents.
The pair are to speak after a week of reports suggesting Tillerson is unhappy with the administration.
The former prime minister resigned after failing to secure a Remain vote.
Although U.S. attorneys are political appointees, and the request from Trump's Justice Department is part of a routine process, the move came as a surprise.
'Only the coward runs away in times of trouble,' the ex-Prime Minister said.
Renzi resigned on Wednesday after his referendum defeat.