House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called on President Trump to invoke the Defense Production Act to increase supplies of personal protective equipment for health care workers treating COVID-19.
Experts agree that widespread use of masks would help stem the spread of coronavirus. Would a national mask mandate help or would it cause even more controversy?
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany has defended the president over reports that Russia offered Taliban fighters a bounty on U.S. soldiers killed in Afghanistan.
Former National Security Advisor John Bolton's upcoming book contains a number of scathing allegations against President Trump. Will the claims make a difference or will they fall flat?
As parts of the country start lifting stay-at-home orders, a debate has sparked over whether businesses should be protected from liability if an employee or customer contracts the coronavirus.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi offered blistering criticism of President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Friday, saying the two Republicans “reject science and reject governance” in the face of the coronavirus pandemic that has so far killed more than 50,000 Americans.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi released a letter in which she charged President Trump with missteps in handling the coronavirus pandemic that “caused unnecessary death and economic disaster” in the U.S.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called on President Trump to use the Defense Production Act powers that he invoked Wednesday but later in the day said he was not yet utilizing in the fight against the coronavirus.
With fears of a coronavirus pandemic rising, the response from Washington politicians has taken a decidedly partisan tone, while information from experts has become closely guarded.
On Thursday, the House of Representatives voted in favor of a resolution to eliminate a deadline that expired in 1982 for states to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). If added to the Constitution, the ERA would affirm that men and women are equal under the law and would provide a legal remedy against sex discrimination.
President Trump held a campaign rally Monday in Manchester, where he encouraged his supporters to cast votes for the “weakest candidate” in the Democratic field in Tuesday's New Hampshire primary.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi reacted to Donald Trump’s combative State of the Union Speech Tuesday by tearing her copy of it in half after the president concluded his remarks.
President Trump declined to shake hands with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at Tuesday night’s State of the Union Address, which came less than two months before Democrats in the same House chamber voted to impeach him.
After keeping the august members of the U.S. Senate in their seats for roughly 18 of the previous 30 hours, Adam Schiff told the group of not-so-young lawmakers that he and a fellow impeachment manager had just over two hours more to go Wednesday night.
Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas said he was giving media interviews about his role in President Trump’s attempts convince Ukrainian officials to announce an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden because he wanted to protect himself from Attorney General William Barr.
With preparations for the Senate impeachment trial underway, there are still several days before next week’s opening arguments, leaving a vacuum Republicans and Democrats will fill with debate over whether witnesses will be allowed to testify.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ended a pause in the impeachment proceedings against President Trump on Wednesday by naming seven managers who will act as prosecutors in the Senate trial set to start next week.
Capitol Hill is headed for a week of anticlimactic limbo this week, as Congress jumps through a number of procedural hoops required to actually begin a Senate impeachment trial.
Rep. Doug Collins apologized Friday for saying that Democrats are "in love with terrorists” and mourn more for killed Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani than they “mourn for our Gold Star families.”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Friday that the House will send articles of impeachment to the Senate next week, setting in motion a trial that is likely to run through the end of January.
President Trump went after his Democratic critics at a raucous campaign rally hours after the House of Representatives passed a resolution that sought to limit his ability to wage war in Iran.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday that she will send articles of impeachment to the Senate “soon,” but still wants to see definitive details from the Senate on how it will conduct the trial.
Democrats said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's impeachment delay has paid off for them despite the fact that the Senate trial will go forward without an immediate agreement on witnesses.
The fate of the Trump impeachment — in fact, the fate of the entire Trump presidency — now rests on the outcome of a battle between the two ablest political generals in recent American history: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.
“He’s not a radical. But he is running on the most liberal policy platform of any Democratic candidate in modern history.”
“Public opinion has been shifting leftward, and Biden’s thinking has shifted with it.”
“Biden shows that he’s more moderate than some in his party.”
“Biden has always been a creature of his time, and the COVID-19 crisis could force him to veer further left.”
“Liberal activists have lauded the campaign’s outreach to progressives.”