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- Impeachment 'may be the only remedy' if Trump-Ukraine reports are true: House intel chair
- Intelligence whistleblowers face a dangerous path to Congress
- 'We will continue to roar': Teens take to the streets in global climate protest
- 2020 Vision: Why Warren's honeymoon may be coming to an end
- 'It's happening': Alien enthusiasts descend on Area 51 for a UFO party
- With viral moments and hard facts, Democrats seek to seize the moment on gun control
The fall congressional session is not a week old, but there have already been a number of events related to gun control on Capitol Hill. That suggests the furious debate over Second Amendment rights and restrictions will dominate the following months.
- PHOTOS: Climate change protests around the globe
- PHOTOS: Earthlings descend on Area 51 for aliens, parties
A call to “storm” the secretive military base in Nevada known as Area 51 attracted revelers to a heavily guarded entrance early Friday, but most did not attempt to enter the site, which has long been rumored to house secrets about extraterrestrial life.
- Citing Trump impeachment 'charade,' Nadler's Democratic challenger demands primary debate
- AOC's first congressional endorsements reflect subtle shift away from outsider status
- Lawmakers caution against unilateral strike on Iran
Despite Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s declaration Wednesday that the weekend attacks on Saudi oil facilities represent “an act of war” by the regime in Tehran, the appetite in Washington for a military conflict with Iran appears limited.
- Trudeau apologizes for racist makeup episodes, vows to keep Canada 'moving forward in the right way'
- An attorney forced out of the CIA's watchdog office is representing the Trump whistleblower
Andrew Bakaj, an attorney who left the CIA in 2014 after facing professional retaliation for trying to work with intelligence community whistleblowers is now representing the U.S. official who reportedly filed a complaint alleging wrongdoing by President Trump.
- Why Trump had a wad of cash in his back pocket
- New Kavanaugh claims: What’s the impact?
- 2020 Vision Thursday: Why Kamala Harris is struggling in the polls
Pundits have been speculating about the state of Sen. Kamala Harris's campaign ever since one of her staffers accidentally left an internal briefing memo that included the phrase “summer slump” at a Manchester, N.H., restaurant earlier this month.
- As the Pentagon's cyberattacks increase, experts warn of weak congressional oversight
Escalating tensions in the wake of the attacks on Saudi oil facilities have raised fears among Democratic lawmakers that President Trump could take military action against Iran without congressional authorization.
- Pick for new national security adviser enjoys a 'good relationship' with Trump
- Democrats bristle at O'Rourke's vow to confiscate guns
- Sandy Hook Promise releases chilling new 'back-to-school' PSA
- Omar: Trump's retweet of bogus 9/11 dancing claim puts 'my life at risk'
- 'This is science': Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg testifies before Congress
- Kavanaugh book authors: 2020 Democrats had a 'rush to judgment' on impeachment after NYT op-ed
Kate Kelly, one of the authors of a controversial new book about Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, said Democratic presidential candidates calling for his impeachment were engaged in a “rush to judgment” after the authors' NYT op-ed.
- 2020 Vision Wednesday: Trump raised $15 million in California in one day. That should worry Democrats.
- After hours of questioning Lewandowski, Democrats finally land punches
- Lewandowski hearing devolves into partisan circus
If former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski’s goal during Tuesday afternoon’s testimony before the House Judiciary Committee was to stonewall and frustrate Democrats, he can safely proclaim his mission accomplished.
- Trump says Cokie Roberts 'never treated me nicely’ but 'was a professional'
“She never treated me nicely,” President Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One when asked about the the death of Cokie Roberts. “But I would like to wish her family well. She was a professional, and I respect professionals.”
- Is Felicity Huffman’s jail sentence fair?
Actress Felicity Huffman's 14-day jail sentence for paying to rig her daughter's SAT score as part of the college admissions scandal has been called both too lenient and too harsh. Did her punishment fit her crime?
- 2020 Vision Tuesday: What a race between Trump and Warren would look like
Two rallies on Monday night, one for President Trump and the other for Sen. Elizabeth Warren, suggested what one version of next year’s general election might be like: a battle between two very different — but equally outspoken — brands of populism.
- Meet the progressive populist who wants to take West Virginia back from Trump
- Conservative group known for hardball tactics leads charge in Kavanaugh defense
A conservative group that has aided the confirmation of President Trump’s judicial nominees is now leading the GOP's charge against the most recent allegation of sexual assault against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
- Would a four-day work week be better for everyone?
A number of companies around the world are experimenting with a four-day work week that some say increases employee productivity and happiness. Is a shorter week a win-win for workers and their bosses?
- 2020 Vision Monday: How Biden could lose the black vote — and the Democratic nomination
- Trump: Kavanaugh is the one being 'assaulted'
- 'I plan on winning': At 87, Joe Arpaio is running for sheriff again
The former sheriff of Maricopa County, Ariz., who gained notoriety for his anti-immigration policies and as an early endorser of Donald Trump, recently said he intends to again seek the office he held for 24 years.
- Exclusive: Russia carried out a 'stunning' breach of FBI communications system, escalating the spy game on U.S. soil
- Why Stacey Abrams still won’t concede
- Rep. Ilhan Omar defends her controversial World Trade Center remarks: '9/11 was an attack on all Americans'
Rep. Ilhan Omar responded to criticism from a 9/11 victim’s son, who, during a memorial reading of victims’ names at Ground Zero last week, called out the freshman congresswoman for past remarks she made about the terrorist attacks.
- Trump defends Brett Kavanaugh amid new sexual misconduct allegations, says 'the lies being told about him are unbelievable'
- Kennedy and Markey appear headed for 'brutal' primary showdown
- Democratic senators seek to block Trump administration end-run on ICE funding
- Trump declares himself unimpeachable, based on 'perhaps the greatest economy' ever
- Court revives suit alleging Fox News inflicted 'emotional torture' on Seth Rich family
A federal appeals court on Friday revived a lawsuit against Fox News brought by the parents of slain Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich, concluding there are plausible claims that the network was party to a “campaign of emotional torture.”
- 2020 Vision: A burning AOC offers a scary preview of next year's attack ads
In a likely preview of Republican messaging for the 2020 election, an ad from a GOP PAC that aired during Thursday night’s Democratic debate showed a photograph of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with her face engulfed in flames.
- Democratic candidates try to stand out by being 'the only one'
- 2020 Vision Friday: Castro implies Biden is too old to beat Trump. Is that the best way to beat Biden?
- In a sign of what’s to come, Trump trolls Democrats as they debate
An airplane above Thursday’s Democratic debate venue trailed a banner: “Socialism will kill Houston’s economy! Vote Trump 2020.” The plane was hired by the Trump campaign in a likely preview of how the president will treat his opponent: as a dangerous leftist.
- Julián Castro's plan to save the animals
- Beto O'Rourke reports Texas lawmaker to FBI over AR tweet 'death threat'
Briscoe Cain, a Republican serving in the Texas House of Representatives, responded to O’Rourke’s call for a ban on assault weapons during Thursday’s Democratic debate with a tweet that read: “My AR is ready for you Robert Francis.”
- 'A traffic jam around the moon': Physicist Michio Kaku on aliens, space travel and his search for the 'God Equation'