A plurality of Republicans want Roy Moore to serve if he's elected. And, even more tellingly, most say Trump shouldn't be impeached even if he...
The New York senator's comments could facilitate a rewriting of Bill Clinton's legacy.
Franken said just last month that it was "disappointing" how some female accusers are not believed.
Trenton Garmon invoked the ethnicity of MSNBC's Ali Velshi to defend his client. It ... didn't go well.
Among the questions it leads to: Why do Republicans believe Moore's accusers but not Trump's? And should they really expel him if voters duly elect...
Breaking down Trump Jr.'s Twitter messages with the Russia-linked purveyor of hacked emails.
McConnell comes out strongly against Moore. But getting him out of the race will test McConnell's diminished clout.
Alabama state Auditor Jim Zeigler would like to bring the Bible into this.
Winners: Democrats' morale and the transgender community. Losers: Nationalism and Steve Bannon.
Trump's hyperbolic claim is not based in the facts on the ground.
The Connecticut senator asks his colleagues if the NRA's support "is worth the blood that flows endlessly onto the floors."
Aidy Bryant's Sanders-y drawl is spot-on.
Donna Brazile accuses the Clinton campaign of a hostile takeover of the DNC, confirming the fears of Sanders's supporters.
This is the second time Trump Jr. has tweeted a metaphor using candy. And yet again, it's faulty.
His comments are both dubious and curious.
It was previously reported that Clinton supporters helped fund the dossier, but the new finding could still mean appearance problems for Democrats...
Corker says Trump has "proven unable to rise to the occasion" and is "debasing" the country.
Corker says Trump is "taking us on a path to combat." His solution: "Leave it to the professionals."
The White House has effectively confirmed two key details of the phone call, but Trump keeps full-on denying.
The senator from Arizona made the comments during a taped interview with CSPAN, without naming Trump.