"Alexa, play a moment like this"
The House speaker’s announcement comes amid reports that Trump withheld aid money from Ukraine while pushing the country for dirt on Joe Biden.
“I can take the political attacks,” Biden said of Trump’s prodding on his family. But, he added, “if we allow a president to get away with shredding the United States Constitution, that will last forever.”
"I have my doubts that any Republican, or very few, would vote against him," Sanders told reporters.
As the story of President Trump’s interactions with Ukraine continues to unravel, moderate Democrats and impeachment holdouts are changing their tune.
Trump filed a lawsuit on Thursday to block subpoenas issued by New York District Attorney Cyrus Vance for the president's tax returns.
Thunberg called out the US, the largest historical emitter of greenhouse gases, for its intention to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement.
The attorney general is making the pitch to Republicans to expand background checks, but everything hinges on whether Trump will get behind it.
Violators will be jailed for up to three years and fined up to $7,000.
Congressional Democrats are planning to grill the FBI over its investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations against the Supreme Court justice, but are not moving toward impeachment.
In an era of hyperpartisanship, Harrison is embracing a nice-guy, servant-leader’s approach to try to unseat Graham, one of Donald Trump’s top allies.
It's not a parody, it's the president of the United States.
Caroline Calloway's Instagram drama, Kristin Cavallari's awkward 9/11 tribute, and more.
Trump made the courts a major voting issue for Republicans in 2016. Liberal legal advocacy groups and court watchdogs are divided on how to make that happen for Democrats in 2020.
The 2nd Circuit found that hotel and restaurant owners could bring constitutional claims against Trump for refusing to divest from his companies.
The House Judiciary Committee voted Thursday on new rules as it pushes ahead with its investigation into President Trump.
"My eyes filled up with water."
A Top House Democrat Said The House Isn’t In An Impeachment Investigation, Even As The Investigation’s Head Says It Is
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer later cleared up his remarks, but the confusion highlights Democrats’ mixed messaging on impeachment.
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.
Bolton is the third person to serve as national security adviser in the Trump administration.
The "Unwritten" singer had previously visited the White House to meet President Obama.
Judge Jon Tigar restored an order blocking the policy nationwide.
Joe Biden Said He Advised Hillary Clinton’s Team Not To Debate With Donald Trump Over The "Access Hollywood" Tape
"Is he suggesting Hillary's reaction to the Access Hollywood tape should have been, ‘Oh, nevermind?’ That is a pretty Mad Men-era mentality," a former Clinton aide said.
British Journalists Will Try "Chlorinated Chicken" On A Press Tour Of American Farms Paid For By The US Government
The US government wants to influence the way British media portrays American meat products, BuzzFeed News has learned.
In the chaos of the 2016 election, Chris Cox forged a political machine out of an unlikely demographic — one that helped Trump reach the White House and is determined to keep him there.
CNN Is Not Renewing A Political Reporter’s TV Deal After She Got A New Job Running A Conservative News Site
Eliana Johnson’s CNN contract will not be renewed, as she leaves Politico to lead the Free Beacon.
Eliana Johnson, of Politico now and formerly National Review, will lead the neoconservative outlet.
ICE detainees are at “incredibly huge risk” of getting mumps, one expert said.
"Comey set a dangerous example for the over 35,000 current FBI employees — and the many thousands more former FBI employees — who similarly have access to or knowledge of non-public information," the DOJ inspector general's office wrote.
In The Stakes 2020, BuzzFeed News' newsletter about the 2020 campaign, former congressman Joe Walsh talks about his worst tweets and insists he's not challenging Trump for attention.
"When I’ve looked at Trump these last few years, I see, like, the worst version of Joe Walsh."
"I really think that he thinks this is an autocracy,” Swift said in a recent interview about the president.
Documents newly released by a federal judge confirm BuzzFeed News’ reporting that Felix Sater was a key US asset in major terror and Mafia cases.
This focus on Jews plays several roles for Trump, and very little of it has anything to do with actual Jews.
Trump Called The Danish Prime Minister "Nasty" After He Canceled A Visit Because She Won't Sell Greenland
Trump had previously praised Mette Frederiksen for being "direct." By the way, Greenland is still not for sale.
Which star belongs to which star sign?
The Trump Administration Lost The Fight Over The Census Citizenship Question. Now They Have To Pay The Challengers.
The administration already agreed to pay $2.7 million to the ACLU and others. It is now facing requests for as much as $12 million from challengers in Maryland.
Israel decided to allow Tlaib in to see her grandmother if she didn't promote a boycott of Israel over its treatment of Palestinians during her trip, but Tlaib says she won't travel there.
He has been ordered to pay damages to 19-year-old Mustafa Jafari.
NeverTrumpism in 2019 is Bill Weld on a short, rainy, and little-noticed trip to Iowa.
Trump, his campaign, and his companies have used arbitration to try to move potentially damaging and embarrassing claims out of the public court process.
The consoler and tweeter in chief.
Trump Is Suing Over A California Law That Would Force Him To Disclose His Tax Returns To Be On The Ballot
Trump and the Republican National Committee are arguing that California can't force candidates to disclose their tax returns in order to appear on the presidential primary ballot.
Attorneys for Cesar Sayoc said he was radicalized by President Donald Trump's rhetoric.
Donald Trump's Monday statement about the weekend's mass shootings was an attempt to play at the presidency.
Booker and Beto O'Rourke both cited the president's rhetoric and stoking of racial division in the wake of the shooting.
A$AP Rocky Said He's "Grateful" After A Swedish Judge Gave Him Permission To Temporarily Return To The US
"This has been a very difficult and humbling experience."
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said that the House needs to keep investigating before considering impeachment.
“Anyone who says their constituents don’t care about this issue isn’t listening.”
President Trump announced in a tweet Sunday that Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats would be stepping down Aug. 15.