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In Blow To White House, Federal Judge Rules That Don McGahn Must Testify
The much-anticipated ruling could have implications for other key witnesses, such as former national security adviser John Bolton, who has refused to testify until a federal court weighs in.
Waitrose to sell only UK lamb, as they say it is important to 'invest in British agriculture'
Forgiving Student Debt Would Boost Economy, Economists Say
Democratic presidential candidates want to obliterate student debt. Economists say that could help with income inequality, but it would come with a big price tag and risks.
Rick Perry told Trump he was chosen by God
The outgoing energy secretary, in an interview with Fox News, said he told Trump he had been chosen by God to carry out God's plan
Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized for chills and fever, Supreme Court says
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was admitted to Johns Hopkins Hospital on Friday night after experiencing chills and a fever, the Supreme Court said Saturday night. Ginsburg, 86, was
The far-right agenda of Trump’s most controversial aide
Leaked documents expand our view of Stephen Miller's alleged affinity for white nationalism.
Sacramento Elementary School Teacher Throws Away Students’ Black Lives Matter Project
Black lives matter to some but not all.Read more...
Ruth Bader Ginsburg released from hospital after experiencing fever, chills
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was released from the hospital and is "doing well" after she underwent treatment for a possible infection, court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg said Sunday.
Top Democrat says more testimony, hearings possible in Trump impeachment
U.S. House of Representatives Intelligence Committee Democrats have begun writing their report on the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump - a key step moving the process forward - but
Michael Bloomberg launches campaign for president
The former mayor of New York joins the Democratic field.
Devin Nunes doubles down on promise to take CNN and Daily Beast to court: 'It should be fun'
Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., who promised to sue CNN and the Daily Beast, said this week on "Sunday Morning Futures" that the only way to hold the "corrupt" media accountable is to challenge them in
Netanyahu’s indictment exposes Trump, too
Not only is a close Trump ally in legal jeopardy, but Netanyahu's situation also echoes that of the American president.
In suburban Virginia, divisions over impeachment on display
Cheers, boos and frequent applause reflected the intense partisan divide over the possible impeachment of Republican President Donald Trump during a town hall meeting with voters in the liberal
The Republican National Committee spent almost $100,000 to buy up copies of Donald Trump Jr.'s book
The Republican National Committee spent almost $100,000 to buy up copies of Donald Trump Jr.'s book, and it was probably a big reason he made it onto The New York Times best-seller list. "Triggered"
Fiona Hill Points Out A Harsh Truth About Angry Women
It's common for people, such as Gordon Sondland, not to take an angry woman seriously, Hill suggested during her impeachment hearing testimony.
Huffington Post: Politics
Secret Service spent more than $250K at Trump properties
Newly released credit card records detail the agency’s spending at the president’s businesses in the first half of 2017.
Deval Patrick campaign event canceled at Atlanta college; only 2 people reportedly show up
A campaign event for former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, who launched a late Democratic presidential bid last week, was canceled Wednesday evening when reportedly only two people showed up.
The First Impeachment Witness to Go After Republicans
Updated at 3:19 p.m. ET on November 21, 2019.Through four long days of impeachment hearings, witness after witness sat passively by as Republican lawmakers responded to their detailed testimony by
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu indicted on charges of bribery, fraud, breach of trust
After a nearly three-year investigation, Israel’s attorney general brought charges as Netanyahu clings to power in a political stalemate.
Watch live: Official says Bolton saw Giuliani as a "hand grenade"
Fiona Hill, a former NSC official, and David Holmes, a diplomat in Kiev, are appearing at the final hearing of the week