Stacey Abrams lost her 2018 bid for Georgia governor against Brian Kemp. Despite acknowledging Kemp as the legal victor, Abrams has refused to officially concede the election.
Rep. Ilhan Omar responded to criticism from a 9/11 victim’s son, who, during a memorial reading of victims’ names at Ground Zero last week, called out the freshman congresswoman for past remarks she made about the terrorist attacks.
President Trump defended Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh against a new report of sexual misconduct and accused the media of trying to “scare him into turning Liberal.”
A group of Senate Democrats are seeking to prevent the Trump administration from unilaterally moving appropriations around to fund immigration detention and border enforcement operations.
"How do you impeach a President who has helped create perhaps the greatest economy in the history of our Country?" Trump asked on Twitter.
A federal appeals court on Friday revived a lawsuit against Fox News brought by the parents of slain Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich, concluding there are plausible claims that the network was party to a “campaign of emotional torture.”
In a likely preview of Republican messaging for the 2020 election, an ad from a GOP PAC that aired during Thursday night’s Democratic debate showed a photograph of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with her face engulfed in flames.
From Senegal’s Gorée Island at Africa’s westernmost point to the Nigerian port of Badagry, the sites where slaves spent their final days on African soil have turned into places of pilgrimage and remembrance.
It was a night of “onlys” as the 10 Democratic candidates on the debate stage tried to make the case that they were singularly prepared to take on Donald Trump in next year’s election.
At the Democratic debate in Houston, Julián Castro suggested, in effect, that Joe Biden is old — too old, perhaps, to beat Donald Trump.
An airplane above Thursday’s Democratic debate venue trailed a banner: “Socialism will kill Houston’s economy! Vote Trump 2020.” The plane was hired by the Trump campaign in a likely preview of how the president will treat his opponent: as a dangerous leftist.
“There is a special bond between people and animals,” says Julián Castro, the only presidential candidate with a specific plan addressing animal rights.
Briscoe Cain, a Republican serving in the Texas House of Representatives, responded to O’Rourke’s call for a ban on assault weapons during Thursday’s Democratic debate with a tweet that read: “My AR is ready for you Robert Francis.”
Physicist Michio Kiku talks with Yahoo News on topics from the state of human evolution to the upcoming traffic jam around the moon.
Sparked by recently released Navy cockpit videos, interest in UFOs is spiking. A world “ufology” conference drew its share of eccentrics — but also a renowned physicist and government officials who say it’s time to take the phenomenon more seriously.
Thursday night’s Democratic primary debate was the first to bring all of the top contenders together on one stage in Houston, where they sparred on health care, national security and trade.
Protestors interrupted one of the final segments in Thursday night’s Democratic presidential primary debates as ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos asked former Vice President Joe Biden and his fellow candidates a final question on the “most significant professional setback” they’ve faced.
With the three top contenders on the same stage for the first time, rifts in the Democratic Party over health care came into sharper focus at the primary debate in Houston Thursday.
Presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke stood by his call for a mandatory government buyback program for AK-47 and AR-15 rifles during Thursday night’s presidential primary debate.
A Federal Election Commission rule prohibits the use of campaign money for “personal use.”
The House Judiciary Committee got an unexpected vote of no confidence Thursday in its timetable to move forward with an impeachment inquiry against President Trump.