His decision immediately put his Long Island seat near the top of Democratic target lists at a time when suburban voters continue to trend away from Republicans.
The former chairman of the Homeland Security Committee becomes the 20th House Republican to decline to seek reelection in 2020.
Televised hearings offer investigators a third bite of the media apple after details about the testimony from witnesses and the release of transcripts.
The senator from Ohio tells the story of a long-forgotten Idaho liberal who got arrested in 1948.
'It’s essential not just to us, but also to our country’s ability to compete on the world stage,' wrote Brad Smith.
The American Medical Association has fought expansion of government health insurance since the 1930s.
Republicans are questioning whether Sondland, Giuliani and Mulvaney were representing the president’s interest or freelancing to pursue their own agendas.
Tuesday’s wins for Democrats, especially in the suburbs of Philadelphia and Northern Virginia, strengthened their political spines.
The “pay gap” figure used in debates over federal employee salaries has shrunk a bit for reasons that are unclear.
Behind closed doors, party leaders are sketching out how they plan to use a series of blockbuster hearings to argue for Trump’s removal from office.
The California Democrat, a rising star in the party, acknowledged an inappropriate relationship with a campaign staffer but denied involvement with a congressional aide.
Thursday’s vote to formalize the already-rolling impeachment inquiry revealed just how much politics has changed in a couple of decades.
President Trump’s former national security adviser could offer a direct account of efforts to pressure Ukraine.