Pompeo lashes out, accuses NPR reporter of lying after clash

Secretary of State lashed out at an NPR reporter on Saturday and accused her of lying to him after reports emerged of a heated

Pompeo lashes out at 'shameful' NPR reporter

Secretary of State lashed out at an NPR reporter on Saturday and accused her of lying

Meadows says Trump told him he didn't threaten senators on impeachment vote

Rep. (R-N.C.) on Saturday said strongly denied to him that threatened any Republican senator over their vote on impeachment.

Democrats cry foul over Schiff backlash

Democrats are pushing back at GOP backlash over a controversial line in House Intelligence Committee Chairman ’s closing statement in Friday night's impeachment trial

Trump legal team begins impeachment defense

’s lawyers began their opening arguments in the impeachment trial on Saturday, accusing Democrats of asking senators to “tear up”

Democrats on Trump defense: 'You can expect a lot of lies'

House Democrats prosecuting the impeachment trial of are sounding a warning on Saturday as the president's

Animal rights group claims it found animal neglect at facility owned by state senator

An animal rights group says it found evidence of animal neglect at a facility owned by an Iowa state senator.

Trump insults Democrats, calls on followers to watch Fox News ahead of impeachment trial

on Saturday morning encouraged his followers on Twitter to watch his lawyers present his defense in the impeachment trial beginning at 10 a.m.

Candidates weighing using private jets to get to Iowa

Several senators running for president are reportedly mulling using private jets to campaign in Iowa as they try to balance their White House bids with the ongoing impeachment trial in

Tennessee governor signs bill allowing state adoption agencies to reject gay couples

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee (R) on Friday signed a measure that allows adoption agencies to refuse to place children with same-sex parents, drawing backlash from gay-rights advocates.

Megyn Kelly, Bill Maher agree on 'Real Time': 'The media's so messed up right now'

HBO's and former Fox News and NBC host Megyn Kelly agreed that the news media is "completely

Biden nabs endorsement from Iowa Democrat in swing district

Rep. Cynthia Axne (D-Iowa) is backing 's White House bid, giving the former vice president a sought-after endorsement and becoming the second member of Iowa's congressional delegation to back

Poll: Sanders opens up lead in Iowa

Sen. (I-Vt.) has opened up a 7-point lead in Iowa, according to a New York Times/Siena College poll released Saturday, a strong showing in a volatile primary battle just over

Impeachment trial to enter new phase with Trump defense

's lawyers launch their defense Saturday after three long days of House Democratic impeachment managers laying out arguments that the president abused his power in his dealings with

What to watch on Day 5 of Trump's impeachment trial

’s legal team gets its first crack at defending the president Saturday in a truncated Senate session before a more fulsome presentation on Monday.

Jeffries, Nadler showcase different NY styles in Trump trial

Call it their good cop-bad cop schtick.
and , two New York City Democrats serving as House prosecutors in the Senate impeachment trial, have very different styles

Trump says his advice to impeachment defense team is 'just be honest'

on Friday said he would advise his defense team in the Senate impeachment trial to "just be honest" ahead of its first day of arguments.

CNN's Axelrod says impeachment didn't come up until 80 minutes into focus group

Former Obama chief strategist said he attended a focus group with Democratic voters in Chicago on Friday, describing the gathering as "chilling" because impeachment "didn't come up" until more

Schiff says Justice Roberts should rule on witnesses

Rep. (D-Calif.) said Friday night that Chief Justice John Roberts should be called upon to resolve disputes over witnesses for the impeachment trial of .

Schiff sparks blowback with head on a 'pike' line

House Intelligence Committee Chairman (D-Calif.) is sparking immediate, bipartisan backlash after he referenced a CBS News report saying Republican