Not surprisingly, there are other phone call transcripts and other communications that further complicate Trump’s position.
Next week could be a crucial one for Boris Johnson’s future in power.
Fox News Channel in general, and Fox And Friends in particular, have become nothing but a propaganda network for the White House and the President.
A note in the whistleblower’s complaint suggests other transcripts, like the Zelensky call, that have been buried.
House Democrats are reportedly looking at an impeachment process narrowly focused on the President’s efforts to obtain a quid pro quo from the President of Ukraine.
President Trump and the Republican Party have spent the last three years lying about the Federal budget deficit and the economy.
For the first time, it’s conceivable that Republicans will turn against the President.
The President’s initial reaction to the release of the whistleblower complaint is about what you’d expect from a petty dictator.
Jacques Chirac, who served two terms as President of France and was a strong opponent of the Iraq War, has died.
The Acting Director of National Intelligence has released the complaint filed by an intelligence community whistleblower that has set off allegations that the President sought foreign aid in undermining a political opponent.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is getting the first shot at forming a new government. Whether he’ll succeed or not is another story.
The White House has released a summary of the July 25th phone call between President Trump and the President of Ukraine. It doesn’t help President Trump or his defenders.
California, joined by 22 other states and jurisdictions, is suing to block the Administration’s efforts to revoke the state’s waiver to impose tougher clean air regulations.
Working as the President’s private attorney, Rudy Giuliani has spent months working behind the scenes to pressure Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden’s son.
The criteria for the November and December debate will make it much harder for some Democrats to get on the national stage. That isn’t a bad thing.
Late last week, a Federal Judge blocked a California law requiring candidates for President and other offices to make copies of their tax returns public.
Donald Trump is suing the District Attorney in Manhattan to stop him from getting copies of Trump’s tax returns.
The White House has succeeded in killing, for now, the White House Daily Press Briefing and in making itself the least transparent Administration in recent history.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson suffered a huge and historic loss in the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom.
Just days before he repeatedly pressured the President of Ukraine to reopen a closed investigation involving the son of former Vice-President Biden, President Trump suspended military aid that had been authorized by Congress.
Once again, a fight is set to brew over funding for the President’s border wall. Will he force another shutdown in an election year?
Obvious advice is obvious.
The time for coddling the candidates polling below 5% is over.
President Trump is now admitting that he talked to the President of Ukraine about investigations of Joe Biden and his son but denies there was a quid pro quo.
A familiar name has entered the race for the Democratic Senate nomination in Massachusetts.
The latest Des Moines Register poll puts Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren at the top of the pack in the Hawkeye State.
Cory Booker’s campaign is basically admitting they’re at the end of the road.
The details about President Trump’s attempts to get Ukraine to investigate the son of one of his potential 2020 rivals keep getting worse for the President.
For the most part, the third debate appears to have had little immediate impact on the race for the Democratic nomination.
Eighteen years after it started, the American public seems to be mostly ignoring the war in Afghanistan. But that isn’t an excuse for not bringing it to an end.
New York City’s Mayor ends a campaign that was going nowhere.
A startling statistic that hides a more comforting reality.
The latest allegations about exactly what the President may have been trying to do in a phone call with a foreign leader that caught the attention of a whistleblower are becoming more serious by the day.