CNN counterterrorism analyst Phil Mudd erupted at reports of a whistleblower informing the intelligence community on a phone call by President Donald Trump, saying Wednesday it wasn't that official's duty to spy on the president.
The New York Times reporter who coauthored a widely criticized article on a sexual misconduct accusation against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh shared an article Wednesday accusing Fox News of twisting the story.
Georgia Democratic Senate candidate Teresa Tomlinson reiterated support for an "assault weapons" ban in a new interview, but she said a confiscation scheme like that proposed by 2020 hopeful Beto O'Rourke was neither possible nor lawful.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) is trailing entrepreneur Andrew Yang in a new poll of California Democratic primary voters, casting more doubt on whether she is the "top-tier" candidate she claimed to be in July.
The New York Times reporters who wrote about a previously unreported sexual misconduct accusation against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh said an editor removed the key detail that the woman in question had no memory of the event.
The Women's March has cut ties with three inaugural co-chairs after accusations of anti-Semitism rocked the far-left organization, while adding a new one who has compared Israel to the Islamic State terrorist organization.
Former U.S. attorney Joyce Vance said Monday on MSNBC prosecuting the newly reported allegation of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is not an option, since the alleged victim has no memory of the event.
2020 presidential candidate Julián Castro (D.) has one of the most liberal platforms in the field on immigration, but in 2013 he strongly backed Obama-era immigration policies and said the notion of "open borders" was too extreme to consider.