Trump Praises Barr For 'Taking Charge' Of Roger Stone Case After Prosecutors QuitPresident Trump praised Attorney General William Barr Wednesday for "taking charge" of the case against Roger Stone, his longtime adviser, after the highly unusual exodus of all four members of the prosecution team ahead of Stone's sentencing.
Impeachment Trial: Democrats Lay Out Timeline In Case Against TrumpLead House manager Representative Adam Schiff said he believes Democrats will make an "overwhelming case" for President Donald Trump's conviction on charges of obstruction of Congress and abuse of power.
Protests Erupt After Iran Says It 'Unintentionally' Shot Down Ukrainian AirplaneHundreds gathered at universities in Tehran Saturday night to protest the government's late acknowledgement of the plane being shot down. They demanded officials involved in the missile attack be removed from their positions and tried.
Qassem Soleimani, Head Of Iran's Elite Military Force, Killed In Baghdad Air StrikeQassem Soleimani, the head of Iran's elite Quds military Force, was killed Thursday night in an airstrike in Baghdad. The U.S. Defense Department said late Thursday that the "decisive defensive action to protect U.S. personnel" was ordered by President Trump.
House Attorneys Spar Over Arguments For And Against ImpeachmentDemocrats and Republicans sparred over the evidence collected in the impeachment inquiry and the severity of the allegations against President Trump, laying out the case for and against impeachment in the House Judiciary Committee's second hearing.
'The Ceasefire Is Far From A Victory': Top Republican Senators Slam Trump's Syria StrategyAfter Vice President Mike Pence brokered a five-day ceasefire with Turkey on Thursday, President Trump hailed the agreement as a milestone in the region.
Trump Lashes Out At Democrats Over Impeachment ProbePresident Trump angrily lashed out at Democrats leading the impeachment inquiry and the whistleblower whose complaint prompted it, accusing a House chairman of treason and saying only "legitimate" whistleblowers should be entitled to protection from retaliation.
Dems Move Forward With Inquiry, Mike Pompeo Subpoenaed For Documents Related To UkraineThe Democratic chairmen of three powerful House committees on Friday subpoenaed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for documents related to President Trump's conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, during which he requested that Ukraine investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden.
Former HUD Secretary Julian Castro Brings His Presidential Aspirations To CaliforniaIf elected, Castro would be the nation's first Latino president and first whose highest previous office was cabinet secretary since Herbert Hoover.
Ex-LA Lawmaker Tony Mendoza Loses Effort To Win Back SeatThe former state senator resigned in February following multiple allegations of sexual misconduct.
Opposition To Immigrant Sanctuary Spreading In CaliforniaMore local governments in California are resisting the state's efforts to resist the Trump administration's immigration crackdown, and political experts see politics at play as Republicans try to fire up voters in a state where the GOP has grown weak.
Cynthia Nixon Announces Run For New York GovernorActress Cynthia Nixon announces her intentions to run for New York Governor.
Clinton, Cabello and Monae Provide Grammys Political MomentsNominated artists and comedians touched on topics of race, sexual abuse and immigrant rights at Sunday's Grammys.
Gubernatorial Candidates Hold Town Hall At USCA small group of protesters were outside the town hall asking candidates to support the closure of the controversial Aliso Canyon natural gas facility.
Anthony Scaramucci Cancels Appearance At Pasadena’s PoliticonThe White House communications director will not be attending, organizers confirmed.