Amid protests over American airstrikes, the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad has become a target.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu easily survived a challenge for leadership of the Likud Party.
In just three years in office, Donald Trump has succeeded in taking huge steps in transforming the judiciary for decades to come.
Notwithstanding Russia’s weak position vis a vis the west, It’s Putin who seems to be winning.
Benjamin Netanyahu is facing a challenge for the leadership of the party he’s headed for more than a decade.
Mike Bloomberg’s campaign was forced to apologize for something that really isn’t a scandal.
New reports indicate that the North Koreans never took any of the steps to reduce their research programs that President Trump claimed they did.
The truth is that many voters are paying attention to issues that have nothing to do with impeachment or simply ignoring politics altogether.
In a new court filing, House Democrats hint they might move to impeach the President again if the evidence warrants such action.
It could take weeks to resolve the impasse between the House and Senate over the procedures to be followed in the Senate trial of President Trump.
Tulsi Gabbard is under fire back home for her vote on impeachment and for missing votes on the House floor.
Five men have been sentenced to die by a Saudi Arabian court for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, but the parties who are really responsible are getting off scot-free.
The DPRK is promising a “gift” to the United States. The only question seems to be what form it will take.
A newly filed lawsuit seeks to blunt expected efforts in 2020 to “ratify” the Equal Rights Amendment even though it effectively died nearly 40 years ago.
Willie Simmons is 61 years old. He’s spent the last 38 years in prison for stealing $9.00 thanks to what clearly appears to be an unjust and overly hard “habitual offender” statute. His story is far too common.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison gets a lesson in governing the hard way.
Thursday night’s Democratic debate drew the lowest numbers of any of this season’s debates.
Boris Johnson’s Brexit Plan scored a big win in Parliament, which makes a January 31st Brexit essentially inevitable.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled the PPACA”s individual mandate unconstitutional but left the fate of the rest of the law unresolved.
One weird trick for knowing if a given action will affect public opinion on Trump.
New Jersey Congressman Jeff van Drew, elected just last year as a Democrat, is now a Republican.
A much smaller debate stage led to a much better debate last night.
Last night, Trump decided it would be a good idea to attack a dead Congressman and his widow.
It’s time for the last Democratic debate of 2019, and the stage will be smaller than it has at any time in the past.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is suggesting she might hold back on sending the Articles of Impeachment to the Senate. This seems like a bad idea.
For the third time in history, an American President has been impeached.
Despite denials and dismissals, it is clear that being an impeached President is getting under Trump’s skin.
Mitch McConnell and the other 99 members of the Senate will be required to take an oath to “do impartial justice” in the impending impeachment trial. He’s already admitted that he won’t.
After months of silence, Maine Senator Susan Collins has announced that she is running for a fifth term in office.
By the end of today, Donald Trump will most likely be the third President of the United States to be impeached by the House of Representatives.
The President of the United States has sent a bizarre, rant-filled letter to the Speaker of the House. Revealing just how unbalanced he actually is.
Democrats who could prove to be vulnerable in 2020 are largely lining up in favor of impeaching the President.
Late last week, the Supreme Court agreed to hear a trio of cases healing with subpoenas for the President’s financial records.
For the third time since 2015, Donald Trump gets Politifact’s “Lie Of The Year.”
With the House of Representatives just days away from impeaching President Trump, polling shows that public opinion on the issue has not changed much since October.