The Metropolitan Police Department of Washington, D.C. has released images of some of the rioters who stormed the Capitol on Wednesday.
"Time to fight for our freedom," wrote attorney Lin Wood on Parler Wednesday, encouraging protesters at the U.S. Capitol. "Pledge your lives, your fortunes, & your sacred honor."
"Congress should immediately appoint an Electoral Commission, with full investigatory and fact-finding authority to conduct an emergency 10-day audit of the election returns in the disputed states," said the group in a statement.
Days before the Georgia runoffs, incumbent Republican Senator David Perdue released an op-ed attacking his opponent Jon Ossoff.
In a series of tweets Saturday, the president attacked a variety of people and departments for not backing his voter fraud claims.
A spokesperson for Georgia's Republican attorney general said the Texas lawsuit is "constitutionally, legally and factually wrong."
Mitt Romney, Susan Collins and Ben Sasse have been outspoken about Trump's challenges to the election results, while most other Republican senators have not.
Trump's former national security adviser said that the president's "claims of election fraud are baseless."
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger warned that those who plan to move to the state just for the election could be punished.
The new ad features the song "Only the Young" with footage of protests and calls for people to "run" to the polls after four years of marching.
Visitors searching for AmyConeyBarrett.com are redirected to a web page by Demand Justice.
The decision from the Pentagon to close the paper down comes shortly after a "Military Times" poll that showed Trump's popularity with the troops has declined.
John Lewis played an integral part in the passage of the Voting Rights Act in 1965.
Sessions called his opponent Tommy Tuberville "cowardly to debate," in response to Trump's tweet.
The president fired State Department Inspector General Steve Linick, prompting Republican Utah Senator Mitt Romney to describe the move as a "threat to accountable democracy."
Republican Senators Mitt Romney and Susan Collins offered two of the most direct challenges to the Trump administration and federal government's response to the coronavirus pandemic during a virtual hearing Tuesday.
The senator insisted she had nothing to do with February stock trades--which included the selling of several that were "hammered" in the stock market due to coronavirus concerns.
"The evidence is ample and uncontradicted" for removing the president from office, Andrew Napolitano argued.
"History has its eyes on us," Booker said on ABC News. "How are we going to operate?"
Joe Scarborough said that history will reflect poorly on Republican senators in Trump's impeachment trial, if they do not provide a fair one.
Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) has overtaken Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) as the country's least popular senator, according to the results of a new tracking poll.
Democrats are keen to hear from key administration official witnesses, but Republicans led by Senator Mitch McConnell are fighting the proposal.
Duterte ordered senators Richard Durbin and Patrick Leahy banned from visiting the Philippines and warned he may introduce new visa restrictions on American tourists.
"If foreign actors were to gain access to this data, it would not only threaten the privacy and safety of the impacted Americans; it could also threaten US. national security," senators wrote.
"Any other American who offered cash to the jury before a trial would go to prison," Richard Painter said.
Joe Scarborough says GOP senators prefer to "talk about policy" and not the president's attempts to "loot the federal treasury to make hundreds of thousands of dollars" at his resorts.
Longtime White House correspondent Sam Donaldson said President Trump's supporters love him because they want a "white Christian country" back. But he said Senate Republicans will gladly convict him if public support for impeachment continues to rise.
The chorus marked a subtle shift in what has been a remarkably collegial race between the Democratic hopefuls, who have mostly avoided criticizing one another and focused their ire on Trump.
"Violent white supremacists are the most significant domestic terrorism threat facing our nation today," six Democratic senators wrote in a letter sent to Attorney General William Barr on Thursday. "The Trump Administration is not taking this threat as seriously as it should be."
President Donald Trump reportedly described the special counsel's probe as "two years of bulls***."