This year has been anything but normal in the world of politics. That includes members of Congress.
"We'll never forget those incredible people but they will not have died in vain," President Donald Trump said Friday.
Attorney General William Barr said that the usage of mail-in ballots could "open the floodgates of potential fraud."
A Real Clear Politics survey shows the former vice president with an 8.7 percent lead over Trump in Michigan, but some state Democrats say they are not feeling overconfident.
The poll, which was conducted The Economist and YouGov, surveyed 1,500 U.S. adults from March 15 to March 17.
The Ronald Reagan Legacy Project's goal is to get something—anything—named for Reagan in each of the more than 3,100 U.S. counties. Obama? Well, there are some schools and a shaved ice treat. Here's why.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo refused to discuss whether or not he had ever defended former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch in a Friday interview on National Public Radio.
Presidential candidate released a new campaign video Tuesday, offering advice on dealing with political arguments with family during Thanksgiving.
Karl Eversmeyer, a GOP candidate running for township committee in Westampton, says the photos were taken out of context and that he will not "give in" to Democrats' demands.
The survey of 2,495 Americans by CBS News and YouGov found that 63 percent believed the Trump White House should cooperate with the impeachment probe.
Daniel Ellsberg said it was "not too late" for other people on the now-infamous Trump-Ukraine phone call to become whistleblowers.
The former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations said the decision was "appalling" because Kurds had been "promised our partnership."
Donations to fundraising pages are being split between state Republican parties and the official Trump 2020 re-election campaign.
The far-right conspiracy theorist has a history of peddling fake news and tried to concoct false sexual assault allegations against Robert Mueller.
Michael J. McDonald told the 2020 Democratic primary candidate that Nevada was "Trump country" a year after Democrats gained a Senate seat in Nevada.
The president's personal lawyer is described as "crazy" and will to work for free in the satirical subway advert.
Senator Martin Heinrich accuses Lott of pretending to be Mary Rosh in multiple places online, but Lott stands firm with a denial, despite admitting to it in an earlier Washington Post article.
On MSNBC's Morning Joe, the panel discussed the erosion of trust in the media during the Trump era.
Adrian Carrillo and his wife Veronica waited 25 years before they finally received their green cards on Wednesday.
Her rare Hermès bag bumped the total price of her look to approximately $72,000.
Nielsen told Fox News' Tucker Carlson that every option was on the table to stop illegal immigration into the U.S.
Former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin, who has made her own share of blunders, joined the right-wing chorus against newcomer Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
She was responding to an apparent reference made by Trump at a rally in Minnesota.
The proposal received enough signatures to qualify for the November ballot.
Missouri's Republican governor has apologized after a broadcast accused him of blackmail.