The former Utah governor said he asked his colleagues if he should step down: "Their laughter told me everything I needed to know."
“That’s yourself, calling yourself an informal adviser to the Kremlin.”
“I don’t think they did anything wrong,” the GOP senator said of the wiretapping of Carter Page, a former Trump campaign aide.
The myth of free trade is coming apart.
The meetings involved officials at the U.S. Federal Reserve and Treasury Department.
Tatiana-Mosio Bongonga, who was not wearing any safety equipment, walked across a rope suspended 115 feet above the ground.
"The anger of the left in America is out of control," Pirro snipes on her program.
The violence driving people to seek shelter in the U.S. has its roots in American foreign policy.
The agency's wiretap applications reveal startling suspicions about the onetime Trump campaign adviser.
Gold, the first restaurant critic to win a Pulitzer Prize, died of pancreatic cancer.
"I meant to say I wouldn't choose that answer," the former FBI director quipped on the news quiz show.
The suspect was taken into custody without incident. He's suspected of shooting his grandmother and another woman earlier in the day.
Kavanaugh was reportedly taking part in a roundtable discussion when he made the remarks about the Watergate tapes case.
Seth MacFarlane took a personal interest in the episode, which revolves around serial assaulter Glenn Quagmire.
The host of Netflix's "The Break" has an interesting take on what ICE is.
Coats issued a statement to control the damage from his "admittedly awkward response" to Trump's announcement.
Ecuador is in talks to kick the WikiLeaks founder out of its embassy in London, according to The Intercept.
The crowd was on board with casting an "Impecheous Maximus" spell.
"We're not nonviolent," Cantwell said in a Vice News documentary. "We'll f**king kill these people if we have to."
He just took down director James Gunn. Now he's using a trollish rumor about a sex tape to go after journalists.
“Inconceivable that the government would break into a lawyer’s office (early in the morning) - almost unheard of,” Trump tweeted.
Folks on Twitter had a field day with the claim.
The senator from Vermont and the young congressional nominee from NYC help campaign for House seat candidate Brent Welder and a leftward tilt in the Plains.
In the recording, Trump discussed a payment he supposedly knew nothing about.
Sources have told HuffPost about the host's departure from the network.
The New York Times reports that the recording, regarding payments to Karen McDougal, has been seized by the FBI.
Russia's ambassador revealed the discussions amid confusion in the U.S. about what the two presidents agreed behind closed doors.
The director of national intelligence learned the president invited Putin to the White House during a Q&A discussion at the Aspen Security Forum.
There's an internal Democratic effort to stop Pelosi from being speaker again, but will it matter?
After the "great success" of the first meeting, Trump wants Putin to visit Washington.
Among other white supremacist views, the congressman refused to apologize for promoting a neo-Nazi on Twitter. Republicans continue to look the other way.
The president's contradictory statements about Russia are giving everyone whiplash.
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said the opposite as recently as last week.
“History has its eyes on us,” the former FBI director said after Trump’s remarks in Helsinki.
Jon Huntsman has spent decades cultivating a reputation as a pragmatic Republican. Now some of his allies are urging him to ditch the Trump administration.
Apparently a bunch of Republicans just missed Trump's Russia meltdown.
President Trump now says he accepts U.S. intelligence agencies’ conclusion on Russian interference, but also said it "could be other people."
The former U.S. president spoke in South Africa the day after Trump's summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
In a tense interview with host Chris Wallace, Putin refused to touch the new indictments.
Trump says that both countries are equally to blame for the tensions, rather than Russia’s invasion of Crimea or interference in the 2016 U.S. election.