Search / 6286 results found

from
to

The show is over. Articles of impeachment are about to be drafted. The House's televised public impeachment inquiry has been a long, painful and sometimes funny - as in "laugh until you cry" funny - slog. Now it's time for The People to decide. At least, that's what would happen in a scripted series with no basis in reality: TV justice, meted out by folks just like us, and in under an hour, is ...

There are really only three ways NATO could end: - The United States, NATO's most powerful member, could walk away. - Europe, led by one of the continent's larger and more ambitious nations, could break off to try and fend for itself. - Or an outlying member could throw a wrench in the alliance's decision-making process, which requires unanimity, therein vetoing the organization into ...

MEXICO CITY - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Thursday said visiting U.S. Attorney General William Barr understood the importance of nonintervention in foreign policy, but there was no public indication that the two nations had resolved deep differences about the Trump administration's plans to classify Mexican drug cartels as terrorist organizations. President Donald Trump's ...

WASHINGTON - The impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump this week gave members of Congress a glimpse at a new and distressing weapon in partisan warfare - the exposure of lawmakers' call records as part of congressional oversight. The House Intelligence Committee report in its investigation into Trump's dealings with Ukraine included the call records of the president's personal ...

WASHINGTON - The House Ethics Committee notified Rep. Duncan Hunter that his recent guilty plea means he should no longer cast votes in the House. The instruction is not mandatory, but the panel threatened action against him if he continues to vote. Hunter last voted on Wednesday, in favor of a measure to crack down on robocalls. He did not weigh in on any of the four roll call votes the House ...