“I never cease to be amazed by things the president tweets, but even that one took me by surprise,” Hogan said. “He can’t postpone the election, he doesn’t have the power to do it, and that’s why it’s an outrageous statement.
In an interview with Yahoo News’ “Skullduggery” podcast, Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker said he’s pushed presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden to pick Sen. Tammy Duckworth as his running mate.
Former special counsel Robert Mueller's decision not to charge President Trump with obstruction of justice was an “unconscionable” lapse that “let Trump get away with lying,” Norm Eisen, former special counsel for the House Judiciary Committee, said in a Wednesday interview on the Yahoo News podcast “Skullduggery.”
Veteran Democratic strategist James Carville said President Trump’s political standing appears to be in virtual free fall, as Republicans are increasingly panicked that he will cost them control of the Senate.
The son of conservative icon William F. Buckley Jr., Christopher Buckley’s new novel “Make Russia Great Again” is a rollicking satire of Donald Trump’s White House.
“The First Amendment is there to allow people to say things that are awful,” McNamee said on Yahoo's “Skullduggery” podcast. “That’s not what we’re talking about here.”
Rep. Eric Swalwell to the Yahoo News "Skullduggery" podcast: Recent disclosures that the White House failed to act on intelligence showing that Russian operatives were paying bounties to kill American soldiers fully vindicates impeachment.
As early as 2016, U.S. intelligence officials were receiving credible reports that the Russian government was funding the Taliban. Now those reports have taken on new relevance.
Calling the recent surge in coronavirus cases in states like Florida, Texas and Arizona “very scary,” Yahoo News Medical Contributor Dr. Kavita Patel said she fears the virus will continue to flare up in communities around the country throughout the summer.
Former national security adviser John Bolton will likely be forced to give all earnings from his controversial new book to the U.S. Treasury, if government lawyers succeed in convincing a federal judge that Bolton violated government rules by moving forward with publication without final sign-off by officials vetting the memoir for classified information, according to a top national security lawyer.
A prominent psychoanalyst who specializes in understanding narcissistic personalities says that President Trump suffers from a grievous lack of self-esteem.
Rep. James Clyburn, the House Majority Whip, told Yahoo News on Tuesday that he fears that the racial justice movement now underway could be derailed if overly broad slogans like “Defund the Police” are allowed to define the national conversation.
Dr. Scott Gottlieb told Yahoo News' “Skullduggery” podcast that he is worried Americans are on track to confront a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
Guy Snodgrass, who worked as a top aide to former Defense Secretary James Mattis, says that while he was surprised that Mattis recently issued a rare public criticism of President Trump, he also believes he was eager to speak up.
An Amazon ad packaged as a news segment touting the company’s safety practices has the company under fire for manipulating the news.
Rep. Jamie Raskin told Yahoo News' "Skullduggery" podcast that he believes Attorney General William Barr should be disbarred for the role he has played in helping the president crack down on protesters outraged by the police killing of George Floyd.
The Pulitzer Prize winner says that violent demonstrations tend to hurt incumbents, as evidenced by GOP losses in the 1970 midterms.
A former top Justice Department official told Yahoo News she is deeply worried that President Trump could “delegitimize a lawful election" this November "and not cede power."
Vanita Gupta, head of the department's Civil Rights Division in the Obama administration, said the Minneapolis Police Department was on her “radar” during her tenure.
Conservative author and commentator Ann Coulter told Yahoo News she may cast a write-in vote for former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions rather than vote to reelect Trump.
Twitter employees are outraged by the company’s refusal to stop President Trump from using the platform to promote a conspiracy theory involving Joe Scarborough and a former staffer, according to tech journalist Kara Swisher.
Author Barton Gellman, who is sympathetic to Snowden but raises questions about some of his actions, said the former NSA contractor will not be able to return to America in his lifetime — unless he comes in handcuffs.
"There's a number of behaviors in Comey that ... have really cast the FBI in the worst possible light," ex-FBI official Frank Figliuzzi said on Yahoo's "Skullduggery" podcast.
A former senior FBI intelligence official said he believes that Saudi Arabian government officials played at least an indirect role in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States.
Two web designers say they were fired by Amazon for organizing a virtual town hall to hear from the company’s low-paid warehouse staff.
“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.”