(WASHINGTON) -- The House Judiciary Committee on Friday morning was set to vote on two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, before sending them to the full House for historic final votes next week.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Trump administration released heavily redacted documents Thursday evening that, without the redactions, would have been the first communications revealed between government agencies regarding aid money to Ukraine being held up.
(WASHINGTON) -- The House Judiciary Committee on Thursday contentiously debated the wording of the articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump for 14 hours before Democrats postponed a final vote on the charges until Friday.
(MANCHESTER, N.H.) -- Sen. Elizabeth Warren launched a handful of pointed critiques at her moderate Democratic primary opponents on Thursday, using an economic policy speech at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire to pitch herself as the sole candidate in the race who will attack corruption…
(NEW YORK) -- Before he was mayor of New York City, in the midst of his first foray into politics, Mike Bloomberg had a heart procedure -- a fact he immediately reported to the Federal Aviation Administration so he could keep flying airplanes.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump's reelection campaign is planning a massive effort to court religious voters.
(WASHiNGTON) -- The House's moderate freshman Democrats, seen as some of the party's most politically vulnerable members, scored a legislative victory on health care Thursday, solidifying their argument that they can execute legislative priorities while also undercutting Republican claims th…
(WASHINGTON) -- Education Secretary Betsy DeVos faced intense scrutiny on Wednesday as she appeared before the House Education and Labor committee to defend her handling of a student debt relief policy.
(WASHINGTON) -- A top defense official sexually harassed three female staffers before ultimately resigning from his post last April, according to a report from the Pentagon Inspector General's office released on Thursday.
(RALEIGH, N.C.) --? Several North Carolina Republicans in Congress are facing potential uphill battles to serve their current districts during the 2020 elections after a state court determined that old congressional maps were the result of partisan gerrymandering.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Senate confirmed Stephen Hahn as commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration on Thursday.
(WASHINGTON) -- Gearing up for an impeachment trial in the Senate, President Donald Trump and his top advisers are considering expanding his legal team and bringing on controversial attorney and professor Alan Dershowitz, multiple sources told ABC News.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Pentagon Inspector General has opened a review of a $400 million border wall contract after a congressman alleged that the Trump administration could have had an "inappropriate influence" on the award.
(WASHINGTON) -- Former Vice President Joe Biden released his formal immigration plan Wednesday expanding upon previously announced broad strokes of his plan along with his plan for sending aid to Central America.
(WASHINGTON) -- House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerry Nadler gaveled in a hearing of the House Judiciary Committee at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, kicking off the committee's marathon session to approve two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump for debate and approval, holding a "ma…
(WASHINGTON) -- The House passed a key defense bill on Wednesday that includes the establishment of the Space Force, 12 weeks of paid parental leave for civil servant and reforms for privatized military housing.
(WASHINGTON) -- Just hours after House Democrats announced two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, he held a massive rally in the crucial key battleground state of Pennsylvania Tuesday night, where his reelection campaign spoke confidently that inquiry is only boosting th…
(NEW YORK) -- Federal prosecutors in New York have asked a judge to revoke bail for Rudy Giuliani-associate Lev Parnas
(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order aimed at combating anti-Semitism on college campuses, saying schools had an obligation to reject discrimination targeting Jewish people -- even as the president has been criticized for himself using anti-Semitic language.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump’s health secretary and his top Medicare administrator have been summoned to the White House by acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney for a meeting this week after heated tensions between the two high-ranking officials boiled over and a string of embarrass…
(WASHINGTON) -- There's a growing consensus among Senate Republicans that President Donald Trump's all-but-certain impeachment trial should be shorter rather than longer, lasting roughly 10 days to two weeks, with no witnesses called by either side.
(WASHINGTON) -- Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz on Wednesday faced tough questioning from lawmakers on both sides of the Senate Judiciary Committee about his nearly 500-page report examining the origins of the Russia investigation.
(HERSHEY, Pa.) -- As the House Judiciary Committee Wednesday sets the stage for a full House vote on two articles of impeachment, President Donald Trump is mocking the Democrats’ effort to remove him from office as “impeachment-lite.”
(NEW YORK) -- Former New York City Mayor and billionaire Mike Bloomberg will donate $10 million to the House Majority PAC to help defend vulnerable House Democrats, a senior aide has confirmed to ABC News --- a move that comes as the party now faces a slew of well-financed Republican attacks…
(WASHINGTON) -- Former Vice President Joe Biden denied discussing with his campaign advisers whether he would only seek one term in office if elected president-- claims that were first published by POLITICO Wednesday.
(WASHINGTON) -- For the past year, Sgt. 1st Class Richard Stayskal has been fighting for justice.
(WASHINGTON) -- Less than 24 hours after being given permission by McKinsey and Company to disclose his client list at his former employer, South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg is seeking to shed light on his years at the elite consulting firm.
(WASHINGTON) -- Federal Aviation Administration Administrator Stephen Dickson is expected to face tough questions from lawmakers on Wednesday during his first testimony on the Boeing 737 Max since taking over the agency on Aug. 12.
(HOSCHTON CITY, Ga.) -- A Georgia city councilman resigned on Tuesday amid accusations of racism due to his strong opposition to interracial marriage.
(WASHINGTON) -- Senate Republicans on Tuesday suggested that they may not call up live witnesses to testify as part of a likely impeachment trial slated to begin in January -- a move that pits the Republican-led Senate against the desires of President Donald Trump.
(NEW YORK) -- Just two weeks in since jumping into the 2020 race, billionaire and former mayor of New York City Mike Bloomberg has flooded the airwaves with huge ad buys.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Pentagon's Office of Inspector General has opened a review of the U.S. military deployments to the southern border that will include an evaluation of the deployments' legality.
(WASHINGTON) -- Lisa Page, the former FBI lawyer who became embroiled in the Russia probe, sued the FBI and Department of Justice on Tuesday, alleging her privacy was violated by the release of texts she exchanged with former FBI agent Peter Strzok.
(NEW YORK) -- Only two days before the deadline to qualify for the last Democratic presidential primary debate of 2019, entrepreneur Andrew Yang secured his last qualifying poll to join six of his competitors in Los Angeles on Dec. 19, marking the first candidate of color who will appear on …
(WASHINGTON) -- Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he warned Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov about any further Russian interference in U.S. politics during their news conference on Tuesday, even as Lavrov again claimed Russia did not interfere.
(WASHINGTON) -- Attorney General William Barr on Tuesday described the Russia investigation as a "travesty," and lambasted former FBI officials involved in opening the probe, claiming "the greatest danger to our free system" is that the Obama administration "spied" on the Trump campaign in a…
(FORT WORTH, Texas) -- Pierce Bush, the grandson of the late President George H.W. Bush, launched a congressional bid Monday, hoping to extend the Bush political dynasty within the bounds of Texas.
(WASHINGTON) -- Obamacare was back at the Supreme Court Tuesday for the fifth time, dividing the justices in a complicated case with big stakes for taxpayers.
(WASHINGTON) -- Rep. Tulsi Gabbard announced Monday that she has decided not to attend the upcoming December debate in California, even if she qualifies for the debate.?? In a tweet Monday, Gabbard said "for a number of reasons, I have decided not to attend the December 19th "debate" — regar…
(WASHINGTON) -- Federal prosecutors told a federal judge on Tuesday that they don’t oppose a defense request that Rick Gates, Donald Trump’s former deputy campaign manager, be sentenced to probation only, following his cooperation in multiple cases, despite his having plead guilty to two felonies.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump on Tuesday planned to host Russia's foreign minister at the White House, two years after a similar meeting with the minister and Russia's ambassador to the United States ignited a firestorm.
(WASHINGTON) -- Democrats are expected to unveil at least two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump at a 9 a.m. news conference Tuesday, according to multiple Democratic sources familiar with the matter.
(GARDNERVILLE, Nev.) -- Sen. Bernie Sanders reunited Monday with a veteran who garnered headlines after telling the presidential candidate he was contemplating suicide due to being saddled with $139,000 in medical debt.
(NEW YORK) --? Navy Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson, the former presidential physician and one-time veterans affairs secretary pick, is running in the Republican primary for Texas' 13th Congressional District, according to the Texas Republican Party.
(WASHINGTON) -- The House Judiciary Committee on Monday heard closing arguments for and against President Donald Trump's impeachment, setting off a busy two weeks on Capitol Hill expected to end with a House floor vote on the charges ahead of Christmas.
(WASHINGTON) -- Congressional lawyers made their case to lawmakers Monday on the impeachment of President Donald Trump, presenting the final testimony in a weeks-long effort that has divided the nation.
(WASHINGTON) -- FBI Director Christopher Wray on Monday undercut a theory pushed by President Donald Trump and some of his Republican allies that the government of Ukraine meddled in the 2016 election.
(NEW YORK) -- With an increased emphasis on transparency on the campaign trail, Mayor Pete Buttigieg has been at the center of attacks regarding two main issues: His high-dollar private fundraising and the secrecy behind his work at the consulting firm McKinsey and Company that's shielded by…