Republican Senator Mitt Romney has admitted to using a secret Twitter account under the pseudonym “Pierre Delecto” to follow politicians, journalists and fan accounts for himself, Slate Magazine reported.
WASHINGTON — Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said on Sunday he had not offered to resign for indicating last week that President Donald Trump had sought a political favor from Ukraine in exchange for military aid, comments he has since retracted.
U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-NH, and a team of bipartisan senators announced a series of proposed sanctions against Turkey Thursday, less than an hour before Vice President Mike Pence announced a ceasefire in that region.
U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan, D-NH, said any peace agreement forged between the Taliban in Afghanistan and U.S.-led coalition forces must include a ceasefire and commit to retaining protections for women and religious minorities in that war-torn country.
WASHINGTON -- In the "What on earth happened to Rudy Giuliani?" sweepstakes, there are plenty of entries but no winners. Everyone wants to know why "America's Mayor" became President Donald Trump's favorite consigliere.
WASHINGTON — As House Democrats returned from a two-week recess Tuesday, party leaders began reaching out to lawmakers who have been on the fence about impeachment, asking if they would support a formal vote launching an impeachment inquiry, according to two Democratic aides.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani will not cooperate with a House of Representatives impeachment inquiry that is scrutinizing his efforts to pressure Ukraine to investigate a Trump political rival, Giuliani’s lawyer said on Tuesday.
The White House Correspondents’ Association has condemned a mock video, shown at a gathering of President Donald’s Trump’s supporters at one of his Florida resorts, that depicts him slaughtering members of the news media and political adversaries.
WASHINGTON — Hunter Biden, the son of former Vice President Joe Biden, for the first time on Sunday defended his work in Ukraine and China, after sustained criticism from Republican President Donald Trump that has in turn embroiled the White House in an impeachment inquiry.
CONCORD — Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bennet said if elected he would embark on an ambitious plan to build more affordable housing and change federal subsidies that benefit high-income households.
Since Democrats began an impeachment inquiry, President Donald Trump has repeatedly lashed out at Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., the House Intelligence Committee chairman, by accusing him of treason and demanding that he be removed from office.
Since the revelation of an explosive whistleblower complaint that sparked an impeachment crisis for President Donald Trump, he and his Republican allies have coalesced around a central defense: The document was based on secondhand information, mere hearsay riddled with inaccuracies.
President Donald Trump resumed his yearslong vilification of Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, Saturday, calling the 2012 GOP presidential nominee a “pompous ‘ass’ ” the day after Romney criticized Trump’s requests that foreign leaders investigate a political opponent.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court said Friday that it will review a restrictive Louisiana abortion law, providing the first opportunity for a conservative majority reinforced by President Donald Trump’s two appointees to begin reconsidering the court’s abortion rights landscape.
In the conspiracy-obsessed echo chambers of conservative talk radio and far-right websites, Sen. Mitt Romney has some explaining to do - answering for ties to the Ukrainian gas company that put Joe Biden's son on its board, and accounting for conversations with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi abo…
SEATTLE - A campaign believed to be tied to the Iranian government attempted to identify, attack and breach email addresses belonging to U.S. presidential campaigns, government officials and journalists, according to new data unveiled by Microsoft, highlighting the continued global security …
CONCORD — Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg has gone on offense in New Hampshire with a six-figure, digital advertising campaign about how his health care plan breaks with some of his leading primary rivals.