Dozens of high-profile Trump allies, and the president himself, are descending on Iowa over the next week.
The former mayor is launching a coalition targeting Jewish voters and building a platform in keeping with traditional Democratic rhetoric on Israel.
Trump's reelection campaign, after spending much of 2019 focused on other Democrats, keeps talking about Sanders in 2020.
Trump, a source said, has been watching the network's analysis with interest.
One hour after he was impeached, the president of the United States was on a stage yelling about light bulbs.
You may not know them well, but you know their work: Victoria Toensing and Joe diGenova have been at the center of major political news for 40 years. And we might not be in the middle of impeachment without them.
A NATO expert was supposed to speak at an event in Copenhagen but got a letter from event organizers saying Ambassador Carla Sands did not want him there.
In 2019, a woman can be a hero. But sexist narratives will still be put on her.
New testimony from the impeachment inquiry shows what top government officials will do to guard against a presidential tweet.
The Former US Ambassador To Ukraine Told Impeachment Investigators She Felt "Threatened" By Trump's Criticism
House Democrats released transcripts of interviews with former Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch and former senior State Department adviser Michael McKinley Monday. Read them here.
There’s A Village In Ukraine Where Rudy Giuliani Is The Honorary Mayor. That’s Not The Weird Part Of This Story.
Financial documents show that two associates of Rudy Giuliani's also made a donation of $25,000 that appears to have bought them access to conservative figures.
The Dark Heart Of The Impeachment Investigation Is A Powerful Oligarch — With Close Ties To Vladimir Putin
Dmytro Firtash is at the nexus of all the news out of Ukraine and impeachment, and he has a whole lot of Russian money and cover behind him.
One Of Rudy Giuliani’s Indicted Associates Was Tweeting About Joe Biden And Ukraine Days After Trump’s Inauguration
“I have a feeling that chapter isn’t closed," David Correia tweeted in January 2017.
The president called Joe Biden's son a "loser," Rep. Ilhan Omar a "disgrace," and whipped up a crowd of thousands as the pressure builds in Washington.
Russian propaganda networks picked up on what Biden said immediately, spinning his words into something that would ultimately become a Trump obsession.
Those close to William “Bill” Taylor say they aren’t surprised he pushed back on colleagues who discussed pressuring Ukraine to dig up dirt on Joe Biden.
"If I did, I wouldn’t show it to you, and what right do you have to ask me that?"
Trump Didn’t Explicitly Threaten To Withhold Military Aid In His Call With Ukraine’s President. He Didn't Have To.
Support from the US is key to Ukraine, both in a practical sense and as a signal to Russia. Ukraine didn't need the reminder.
How two books by New York Times reporters stack up on one of the most complex issues to write about in 2019.
John Bolton’s tough talk on TV won over a president looking for a change. But once in the White House, he learned how hard it is to keep Trump marching on beat.