Amid an impeachment scandal that focuses in large part on President Trump’s foreign policy, the subject was relegated to a bit player in the Wednesday night debate.
Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf made an unpublicized visit Wednesday to the site of a privately constructed border wall during his first official trip to the southern border, Yahoo News has confirmed.
The White House’s former top expert on Russia, Fiona Hill, and a U.S. Embassy staffer in Ukraine, David Holmes, testified in front of the House Intelligence Committee.
Rep. Will Hurd offered the strongest rebuke of the president of any member of his party, but stopped short of supporting impeachment.
Electability is the biggest buzzword of the 2020 cycle. It’s what Democrats say they prize above all else: a nominee who can defeat Donald Trump. But it's also a code word. It tends to mask a racialized assumption about which Americans a candidate needs to win over in order to qualify as “electable
House Democrats, emboldened after Ambassador Gordon Sondland provided stunning testimony Wednesday, are debating whether to expand the investigation to other Trump administration officials.
Fiona Hill told the House impeachment hearing that President Trump assigned numerous diplomats to carry out a “political errand” in Ukraine that diverged from national security concerns.
The work of the Trump administration continues on a variety of fronts, largely overshadowed by the high drama of a president accused of high crimes and misdemeanors.
David Holmes told Congress on Thursday that he overheard President Trump discussing the need for Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden in July, and that he came forward to testify because of complaints about the lack of firsthand accounts.
Fiona Hill, a former top national security adviser to President Trump, told Republicans in the House impeachment inquiry Thursday morning to stop advancing a “fictional narrative” that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 U.S. elections rather than Russia.
Three refugee resettlement agencies are suing the Trump administration over an executive order that seeks to give state and local officials unprecedented power to block refugees from resettling in their communities.
Photographer Roman Robroek from the Netherlands snapped the images this summer in Băile Herculane, Romania. The spooky images show a once popular set of buildings in their now-decaying form after having been abandoned for hundreds of years.
Booker hits Biden over legalization, the former vice president brags about his support from black voters, Buttigieg escapes relatively unscathed and more highlights from Wednesday's debate in Atlanta.
At the Democratic debate in Atlanta on Wednesday, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii and Sen. Kamala Harris of California clashed over their differing visions for the party, particularly when it comes to foreign policy.
Gordon Sondland’s explosive testimony Wednesday that “everyone was in the loop” on President Trump’s efforts to secure an investigation of a political rival prompted rank-and-file Democrats to discuss whether it was time to expand their probe.
The fourth day of public hearings in the . Trump impeachment inquiry included testimony from Gordon Sondland, Laura Cooper and David Hale.
Laura Cooper testified that a Ukrainian official asked the Pentagon on July 25 “what is going on” with nearly $400 million in aid to Ukraine.
As the drama in Washington unfolds, and a large cast of characters makes its way to the impeachment inquiry stage, keeping track of who is testifying during the public hearings and whom they are talking about is already getting complicated.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo came under heightened scrutiny in the impeachment inquiry on Wednesday when a key witness implicated him in what he said was a quid pro quo scheme directed by President Trump. “Was there a quid pro quo? … The answer is yes,” said Gordon Sondland, U.S. ambassador to the
Rep. Denny Heck, D-Wash., took aim at the members of the Trump administration who have refused to testify in the impeachment inquiry.
Even if Gordon Sondland’s damning opening statement set the tone on cable news and social media, much of the rest of his testimony was ambiguous.
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney chastised Gordon Sondland during the U.S. ambassador to the European Union’s testimony Wednesday.