Trump On Violence During George Floyd Protests: 'When The Looting Starts, The Shooting Starts'President Trump on Friday called protesters in Minneapolis "thugs" and vowed that "when the looting starts, the shooting starts."
Mike Pence Staffer Tests Positive For CoronavirusHis office said neither President Trump nor Pence had "close contact" with the individual, but the ramifications of the positive testing for the vice president's office are yet unclear.
'We Need To Go To Paper Ballots': Director Sarah Teale Talks 2020 Presidential Election Ahead Of HBO Doc 'Kill Chain'A new HBO documentary takes a deep dive into the weaknesses of America's voting technology ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
Pelosi Announces Agreement On Coronavirus Bill To Aid FamiliesHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced an agreement with the Trump administration on legislation to provide financial relief to families and workers hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic, seemingly putting an end to a day of uncertain negotiations.
President Trump Announces Landmark Restrictions To Stop Spread Of CoronavirusPresident Trump, in an address to the nation Wednesday night promised to deliver the "most aggressive and comprehensive effort to combat a virus" in modern history. He announced aggressive measures including an expansion of a travel ban to slow the spread of the virus.
Trump Criticizes Garcetti, Attends Fundraisers, 2028 Olympics Meeting In LA VisitTrump will meet with local officials in Beverly Hills to discuss plans for the 2028 Olympic Games.
Trump Pardons LA Billionaire Michael Milken: 'He Suffered Greatly'Michael Milken served two years in prison for insider trading and went on to found the nonprofit Milken Institute.
Senate Acquits Trump On Impeachment Charges, Rejecting Calls For His Removal In Historic TrialThe Senate voted to acquit President Donald J. Trump on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, bringing an end to a five-month saga that began with a whistleblower's complaint and culminated in just the third presidential impeachment trial in U.S. history.
Impeachment Trial: Bitter Debate On Trial Rules Dominates Day 1 Of Senate ProceedingsThe first day of President Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate crept late into the night on Tuesday, featuring contentious exchanges between the White House legal team and House managers acting as the prosecution, with senators voting along party lines to reject Democratic efforts to subpoena new witnesses.
Senate Impeachment Trial Gets UnderwayMajority Leader Mitch McConnell unveiled a resolution laying out the ground rules for the trial on Monday.
Impeachment Trial: Trump Lawyers Blast Democrats For 'Flimsy' CasePresident Donald Trump's legal team laid out its arguments against impeachment in a formal legal brief filed just one day before the Senate trial is set to begin.
Trump Legal Team Calls Impeachment 'An Affront To The Constitution'The 110-page brief was written by Mr. Trump's personal attorney Jay Sekulow and White House counsel Pat Cipollone, who are leading his impeachment defense.
House Democrats Release More Materials From Lev ParnasHouse Democrats on Friday released more material from indicted businessman Lev Parnas, an associate of Rudy Giuliani who helped him in his pressure campaign against Ukraine.
House Votes To Send Trump Impeachment Articles To SenateThe House voted to approve a resolution to name impeachment managers and transmit articles of impeachment to the Senate, the last step before President Trump's trial in the upper chamber can get underway.
Los Angeles Residents Protest War At Pershing SquareThe drone strike ordered by President Trump that killed Quassem Soleimani and others this week prompted protests this weekend.