"These people are vicious," Trump said.
GOP attacks on internet smut are heating up, but the porn industry has more practical threats to worry about.
President Donald Trump is still heading for an almost certain acquittal.
His case now heads to the Senate, where he will almost certainly be acquitted.
Justin Amash on Impeachment: Republicans Are Betraying the 'Principles and Values They Once Claimed To Cherish'
The libertarian congressman announced on the House floor that he will vote in favor of impeachment.
The state wants to add cops to the list of oppressed classes.
Trump is impeachable, but the process might exacerbate political tensions without resolving anything.
Just like their counterparts in the Democratic Party do!
At House Impeachment Hearing, Legal Scholars Disagree on the Meaning of 'High Crimes and Misdemeanors'
The three witnesses for the Democrats said Trump clearly committed impeachable offenses, while the lone witness for the Republicans said he wasn't so sure.
"CNN is the mother of fake news," reads the introduction to Nunes' new lawsuit.
The minority report dismisses all witness testimony and maintains that Trump did nothing wrong.
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The partisan factions aren't fighting for anything more than the power to destroy each other.
Plus: A ranked-choice voting win, a scheduled execution in Georgia, Twitter wavers on political issue ad ban, and more...
Americans are deeply divided about our political options and even about each other’s fundamental decency.
Give the Republican Party control of the White House and Congress, and it's only a matter of time before Democrats discover the virtues of devolving authority to state and local governments.
The infamous feud between the president and the former House speaker gets new light...and a tweet from Mitt Romney.
Plus: HHS can't compel prices in drug ads, Robert Kraft dines with Trump, and more…
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Ilhan Omar's Israel Remarks Prompt Politicians to Bicker Over Who the Real Bigots Are: Reason Roundup
Plus: outrage over water bottles, and Cory Booker introduces the "next step" on criminal justice reform
It's a problematic sentiment on several levels.
"This isn't a partisan issue," the Utah senator says. "This is a constitutional issue."
"We have to make sure that each branch stays within its own lane and Congress retains its power over the purse."
More than 200 Democrats-plus one Republican-co-sponsor a joint resolution against Trump's national emergency declaration.
Congressional leaders have reached a compromise. But Trump will have the final say.
There are more forms of hepatitis than there are major parties in America.
Republican Senator Pitches Weird Conspiracy Theory About Weed Legalization, Menthol Cigarettes, and the FDA
Sen. Richard Burr raises an interesting point about onerous regulation, but his argument is baffling.
The second-generation congressman from North Carolina is a profile in principle and courage.
In 2019, it's liberals, not conservatives, who are holding the pill hostage for political gain.
Shahid Shafi identifies as a Republican because he believes in small government.
The populist pundit couldn't be more wrong.
You can't have it both ways.
Rep. Tom Reed says he was threatened with "consequences" as a result.
It all comes down to one man.
Plus: United Nations goes to bat for Julian Assange and Slack censors chat with Iranians.
Trump Doubles Down on Withdrawing Troops From Syria Despite Freakout From Warmongering Establishment: Reason Roundup
"Does the USA want to be the Policeman of the Middle East?" the president asks-and gets a resounding yes from Republicans and Democrats.
His 16-year-old blog posts are completely irrelevant to his testimony on the minimum wage.
Killing Section 230 would only lead web platforms to ban even more speech.
Supporters are concerned about the bill's future if it doesn't pass this year.