Once again, Rudy Giuliani is contradicting his client.
Once again, Rudy Giuliani is contradicting his client.
Despite their rhetoric, Republicans in Congress have shown through their own inaction that they don’t really support the President’s border wall.
As the shutdown continues the numbers get worse for the President, but he doesn’t seem to care.
Theresa May survived the Labour Party’s call for a no-confidence vote, but the future for her and for her country remain as hazy as ever.
A Federal Judge has blocked the Trump Administration from going forward with a plan to put a question about citizenship on the 2020 Census.
Nancy Pelosi is “suggesting” to the President that the State of the Union be rescheduled for a time after the government shutdown ends, but it clearly seems like more than just a suggestion.
The Speaker is well within her rights to make Trump’s invitation conditional on ending the shutdown. But let’s not pretend we can’t keep him safe.
New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is the latest Democratic entrant into the 2020 race for President.
Theresa May is likely to survive today’s no confidence vote, but what happens after that is unclear given that changes to her Brexit deal seem unlikely.
The confirmation hearing for President Trump’s nominee for Attorney General appeared to go very well, making confirmation essentially a certainty.
As the shutdown drags on, it’s beginning to have an impact on the economy.
Theresa May’s Brexit deal suffered the worst defeat in the modern history of the British Parliament, and nobody is sure what happens next.
The House GOP has moved to rebuke Iowa Congressman for his racist remarks. What took them so long?
Donald Trump continues to appear to advocate ideas that harm American national interests and benefit Vladimir Putin. Draw your own conclusions as to why.
Tomorrow the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in a case that could make it easier to order and ship wine from out-of-state retailers.
Later today, Theresa May’s Brexit deal will face a decisive vote in the House of Commons in a vote that could have implications for May’s own hold on power.
After twenty-five days, there’s no end in sight to the Federal Government shutdown. You can thank the President for that.
As the shutdown goes on, the polls are getting worse for the President.
Florida’s New Governor has removed the Sheriff of Broward County over his officer’s lack of response before and during the Parkland shooting.
Former HUD Secretary Julian Castro is the latest addition to the growing Democratic Presidential field.
As the government shutdown enters through its twenty-fourth day, attention is shifting to Senate Republicans who could be pressured to break ranks and potentially force a resolution.
Washington State has a problem with people stealing “Mile 420” signs, so they’ve come up with a solution.
Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is the latest Democrat to throw their hat into the Presidential ring.
Don’t expect the Congress (i.e., the Senate) to pull us out of this shutdown mess.
Using new radio telescopes, scientists have discovered mysterious new radio bursts that originated from deep in the universe long before life began on Earth.
Border states/districts are not as pro-wall as presidential rhetoric might make you think.
If you’re looking for the biggest obstacle to a resolution to the government shutdown, look no further than President Donald J. Trump.
The firing of Comey raised serious concerns in the Bureau.
Doctors have declared Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg cancer free but she is still expected to miss one more week of oral argument as she recovers from her surgery in December.
President Trump appears to be backing away from the idea of declaring a national emergency to get his wall built. But the other options he’s considering aren’t much better.
Federal employees deemed “essential” missed a paycheck yesterday in violation of US labor law.
Two years of Republican control of the Legislative and Executive Branches has put us back on a path toward $1 trillion budget deficits.
California Senator Kamala Harris is set to enter the race for the Democratic Presidential nomination later this month.
The government shutdown has now entered historic territory, and the Trump Administration is moving closer to a “national emergency” or other extra-legal means to get money for his wall.
President Trump is claiming he never said Mexico would directly pay for the wall, except for all those times when he said Mexico would directly pay for the wall.
Carlos Sanchez, who portrayed Juan Valdez the unofficial ambassador of Colombian coffee for some 30 years, has died at the age of 83.
Iowa’s Steve King has long expressed anti-immigrant and racist views, now he’s asking why that’s a bad thing.
President Trump stormed out of a meeting with Congressional leaders as the shutdown drags on with no end in sight.
Paul Manafort’s attorneys reveal in a pleading that their client provided insider campaign data to Russian intelligence sources, something that seems an awful lot like collusion.
New polling clearly indicates that the President is losing the battle for public opinion over the government shutdown.
In a move that is likely to have political and international consequences, the Ukrainian Orthodox Church has officially severed ties with Moscow.
President Trump’s speech on the border wall and the shutdown was fact-free, misleading, and overall a bomb.
Former Vice-President Joe Biden will reportedly decide on whether or not he’ll be entering the race for President in the near future.
As the shutdown drags on, Republicans are beginning to fear that members in the House and Senate may begin to fall away from supporting the President.