A Cuban man who died Monday morning in Miami is the sixth person to pass away since October while in custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Presidential impeachment defense lawyer Alan Dershowitz said Tuesday that while he disapproved of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo berating a reporter, "if he can help bring about peace in the Middle East, I'll forgive him his rudeness towards a reporter."
As senators mull a proposal by two Republican colleagues for the White House to send them John Bolton's book manuscript to review, an open question is whether the administration would even be legally allowed to do such a thing.
Democrats in states President Donald Trump carried in 2016 are not ruling out voting to acquit him of the charges he faces in his impeachment trial, giving the White House hopes of potential bipartisan opposition to his conviction as he gears up for his reelection bid.
Fifty US military personnel have now been diagnosed with concussions and traumatic brain injuries following the Iranian missile attack on US forces in Iraq earlier this month, according to a statement Tuesday from the Pentagon.
The Department of Energy has released a new batch of documents related to its former Secretary Rick Perry and Ukraine.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer on Tuesday said there are 10 to 12 Senate Republicans "who know in their hearts" there should be witnesses and documents in President Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial ahead of a looming vote later this week.
A federal judge on Tuesday effectively denied a request by an indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani to attend President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
Almost all the major players on Capitol Hill have lamented that these are dangerous times in Washington. But if you want to know why -- it depends who you ask.
A growing number of GOP senators are now acknowledging that President Donald Trump may have leveraged US military aid to Ukraine in exchange for an announcement of investigations that could help him politically -- but they contend that even that conduct does not warrant removal from office or hearing from additional witnesses.
The biggest questions in the impeachment trial are when will it conclude and if the Senate will call witnesses.
Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg caught flack after a viral video from a campaign stop in Vermont showed him shaking a dog's mouth instead of his paw.
Lev Parnas, the indicted associate of President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, has been granted permission to attend the Senate impeachment trial on Wednesday -- but there are just a few small problems, Fox News has learned.
The national engagement coordinator for Pete Buttigieg's presidential campaign, Raven Hollins, sent out an internal survey at the beginning of the year asking for examples of microaggressions in the workplace, but only wanted responses from people of color.
A pro-Israel Democratic super PAC is expected to release an attack Wednesday targeting 2020 presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., citing his recent heart attack on the campaign trail, according to reports.
Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii says she’s still waiting to hear from CNN about why she wasn’t invited to take part in a series of town halls the cable news network is holding next week in the state that holds the first primary in the race for the White House.
She may be from Hawaii, but Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard is more than comfortable on the slopes.
Joe Biden came under fire Tuesday from 2020 rival Tom Steyer after a video surfaced of him telling a man in Iowa to “go vote for someone else” when the man challenged him on his energy policies in the Hawkeye State.
President Trump was headlining a jam-packed rally in Wildwood, New Jersey, on Tuesday night, hours after his attorneys wrapped up their opening arguments in his Senate impeachment trial -- and minutes after sources told Fox News that Republicans don't have the votes yet to block additional witnesses who could extend the proceedings.
A story in the Los Angeles Times caused an uproar on social media after it characterized comments from Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., to say she is leaning "toward acquitting Trump" -- causing the Democratic senator to fire back that the paper “misunderstood what I said.”
A new ad from a pro-Israel Democratic group features Iowans saying they don't think Bernie Sanders can beat Donald Trump.
Senators are expected to vote in the coming days about whether to call witnesses in the impeachment trial.
A handful of other Democratic candidates have already spent significant dollars on TV and radio ads in Super Tuesday states.
Bloomberg has spent more than $200 million of his personal wealth on campaign ads blanketing the country, but his decision not to take individual donations means he can't meet the Democratic Party's debate thresholds.
Just days ahead of the Iowa Caucus, Joe Biden is asking voters to imagine the progress they can make together if President Donald Trump is removed from office.
Four years ago, the Vermont senator caught the Democratic establishment sleeping in Iowa. Could he do it again?
As focus on the coronavirus intensifies, Elizabeth Warren is releasing a new plan on how to prevent the transmission of infectious diseases and better prepare for global outbreaks.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar is in Washington, D.C. for the Senate impeachment trial, but her face will be on Iowa airwaves just six days before the state's caucus.
Voters in a state House district in the Houston suburbs are set to deliver the first electoral decision of the year — and both parties are watching closely.
Less than a week from the Iowa caucuses, Elizabeth Warren is leaning in on the gender question.
The U.S. Attorney General says he is "extremely distressed" by an increase in attacks targeting the Jewish community.
The trial will now enter a question-and-answer phase over the next two days.
Trump defense team concludes arguments; Highlights from day 7 of Trump's impeachment trial
Bloomberg told CBS News about advice he gave Trump after he was elected but before he took office.
Democrats and Republicans across the Lone Star State defy party stereotypes, as they talk about a stronger economy, and a president's divisive rhetoric.
President Trump announced a proposal for Middle East peace, as he stood next to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The president described the plan as a "win-win." Weijia Jiang reports.
In the final days before the Iowa caucus, former Vice President Joe Biden is arguing that only he can defeat President Trump. He's one of a handful of candidates in Iowa this week, as the other contenders are stuck in Washington dealing with the impeachment trial. Ed O'Keefe reports.
A super PAC supporting Joe Biden is helping boost his visibility on TV in Iowa and is on pace to outspend his campaign.
Giuliani also said he "can't imagine" President Trump told Bolton aid to Ukraine was contingent upon them opening an investigation into the Bidens.
His legal team has been mounting his defense in the Senate impeachment trial this week.
Trump’s legal team argued Tuesday that calling witnesses would set a bad precedent and that Democrats want to remove the president from office over policy differences.
The 24 hours that followed revelations about the former national security adviser’s book showed how the president’s most fervent online supporters use conspiracy theories to defend him.
The White House urged a quick acquittal, arguing that convicting Trump ‘would cause serious and lasting damage to the people of the United States and to our great country.’
Republicans want to target Adam Schiff, and Democrats will focus on Pat Cipollone, effectively turning them into witnesses.
The U.S. plan calls for conditional sovereignty for Palestinians, who have rejected it sight unseen.
Plus, all about the debate over whether John Bolton should testify.
In this edition: Warren and Klobuchar confront the gender question, closing ads hit the air in Iowa, and Democrats dream big about a Texas race they are expected to lose.
How did we get to the Senate trial over whether to remove President Trump, and how will that trial work?
How did we get to the Senate trial over whether to remove President Trump, and how will that trial work?
With the Iowa caucuses looming, we have a new sense of how the shuffling will progress.
Democrats who once derided him now want him to testify at President Trump’s impeachment trial while some of his erstwhile Republican friends are throwing him to the curb.
Amy Klobuchar’s campaign signaled no interest in such a plan, under which each candidate would encourage supporters to back the other in certain precincts.
The plan would discard the longtime goal of granting the Palestinians a full-fledged state. President Trump called it “a win-win” for both sides; Palestinian leaders immediately rejected it.
Under impeachment’s arcane rules, senators will submit written queries to be read aloud by the chief justice. Leaders from both parties have strategized for days about what to ask.
At an event on Tuesday in Muscatine, Iowa, Mr. Biden quoted Ms. Ernst’s comments.
Not everyone running for president is comfortable around dogs. But some 2020 contenders have made their canine companions into campaign stars.
Mr. Jones, the lone Democratic senator from the Deep South, is in a precarious political position as he cautiously approaches impeachment in a state where President Trump is immensely popular.
The president’s legal team completed its impeachment defense and Republicans huddled to discuss whether to call new witnesses.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his government would effectively annex nearly a third of the occupied West Bank, with U.S. approval.
President Trump arrived Tuesday to hold a rally in the state — his first there since taking office — where registered Democrats outnumber Republicans by a million voters.
The lawyer's remarks to CBS come as the Senate clashes over whether to call Trump's former national security adviser to testify in the impeachment trial.
The Fox News legal analyst torched GOP senators for turning on Bolton, a longtime Republican, after his bombshell allegations about Trump.
The Senate majority leader spoke with Republican senators in a closed-door meeting about Democrats' efforts to call John Bolton to testify in the impeachment trial.
The last time Republicans did this, in 1974, they voted in a committee to protect Nixon just before the release of the Watergate tapes. It didn't end well for them.
“I’m not going to make judgments now,” the former Vice President told reporters. “I just think that it depends upon how we treat one another between now and the time we have a nominee.”
Introduced by GOP Rep. Nancy Barto, the measure would apply to elementary and high schools, as well as colleges and universities, but only to female teams.
The president's plan calls for the creation of a Palestinian state but leaves sizable chunks of the occupied West Bank in Israeli hands.
About one-quarter of Democratic voters say they're basing their decision on who they think can beat Trump.
The legal team asked lawmakers to put themselves in the president's shoes.
A magnitude 7.7 earthquake hit south of Cuba and northwest of Jamaica.
Working-class Americans who have been betrayed by globalization of the United States' economy are turning to President Trump's economic nationalist Republican Party for support.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is on the rise in New Hampshire, surging past his closest competitors by double-digits, according to an American Research Group poll released Tuesday.
The Koch brothers’ network is gearing up for a full-fledged lobbying campaign to push lawmakers to pass an amnesty for up to 3.5 million illegal aliens through DACA.
During his January 28, 2020, rally in Wildwood, New Jersey, President Donald Trump referenced the Democrat gun control push in Virginia and made clear that gun confiscation is not happening on his watch.
"The Democrat Party is the socialist party, and maybe worse. Voters are making a mass exodus from that party, and we are welcoming them to the Republican party with wide-open arms," Trump said.
Lindsey Graham predicted that a majority of Republican senators would likely vote in favor of testimony from former Vice President Joe Biden, his son Hunter, and the "whistleblower."
Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk spoke to Breitbart News editor-in-chief Alex Marlow in Tuesday's episode of The Charlie Kirk Show where the two discussed the looming threat of big tech censorship, and its collusion with the communist regime in China, among other issues.
The White House has reportedly notified airlines it is mulling a temporary ban on flights from China to the U.S. as the deadly coronavirus continues to spread in parts of the world, sources told CNBC on Tuesday.
On Tuesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “The Beat,” House Impeachment Manager and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) stated that he wants to call former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly as a witness in the Senate’s impeachment trial.
President Donald Trump will hold a raucous Tuesday evening rally in Wildwood, New Jersey. Stay tuned to Breitbart News for live updates. All times eastern.