John Hickenlooper will formally announce his Senate candidacy on Thursday, a friend of the former Colorado governor told CNN, a decision that comes a week after dropping out of the presidential race.
On Wednesday night, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee became the third major Democratic candidate to drop out of the 2020 race. He’s not likely to be the last to say goodbye in the next few weeks.
Something is eating at President Donald Trump.
Rudy Giuliani said Wednesday that he had spoken with a Ukrainian official about Joe Biden’s possible role in that government’s dismissal of a prosecutor who investigated Biden’s son.
Democratic Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Wednesday announced he is suspending his presidential campaign.
There’s been a change in President Donald Trump. He used to say he had accomplished more than any other President, a debatable claim. But now he’s using messianic language about himself.
President Donald Trump made at least 11 false claims Wednesday while speaking with reporters for more than half an hour before leaving the White House for a speech and fundraiser in Kentucky.
Defense secretary says ISIS not in a resurgent state in Syria despite Pentagon report saying ISIS is re-surging
Secretary of Defense Mark Esper said Wednesday that ISIS was not “in a resurgent state in Syria” despite a Pentagon inspector general report saying the terror group is re-surging in that country.
President Donald Trump’s comments that he would like to see Russia join the G8 are being lauded on state TV in Russia. CNN’s Frederik Pleitgen reports.
Fact check: Would Elizabeth Warren’s trade plan prevent the US from signing a trade agreement with Germany?
Democratic presidential candidate John Delaney said on CNN Tuesday that Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign trade plan (laid out in a Medium post) would “prevent us from actually having a trade agreement with Germany.”
The whispers began within minutes of the release of CNN’s new national poll on the 2020 field: Is something wrong with Sen. Kamala Harris’ campaign?
A federal appeals court has found it was unconstitutional for Colorado to block an elector from voting for a candidate other than the winner of the state’s popular vote in 2016, which was Hillary Clinton, in a ruling that likely tees up more major court action about the Electoral College in advance of the 2020…
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has stepped down from the NFL’s social justice committee after he was criticized for hosting a fundraiser for President Donald Trump.
Democratic presidential candidate and New York Mayor Bill de Blasio joked that he could be the newest member of Alvin and the Chipmunks after an audio glitch distorted his voice in a video shown at an Iowa event.
Nikki Haley bats down idea of being Trump’s 2020 VP pick: ‘Vice President Pence has been a dear friend of mine for years’
Former Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley dismissed the notion that President Donald Trump would opt to choose her as his reelection running mate over Vice President Mike Pence.
Hundreds of millions of dollars in federal student loan debt owed by tens of thousands of disabled military veterans will be erased under a directive President Donald Trump signed Wednesday.
A federal appeals court has found it was unconstitutional for Colorado to throw out the vote of a faithless elector during the 2016 presidential election.
President Donald Trump reached for the praise of a conservative conspiracy theorist on Wednesday to defend him amid criticism over his questioning the loyalty of Jewish democratic voters, something that was quickly criticized as anti-Semitic.
After President Donald Trump said Jewish Americans for supporting Democrats “shows either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty,” key Democrats in Congress responded by calling the President’s comments an “anti-Semitic attack.”
President Donald Trump on Wednesday said he is “seriously” considering ending US birthright citizenship despite the fact that such a move would face immediate legal challenge and is at odds with Supreme Court precedent.
Following the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, President Donald Trump has repeatedly pointed to mental health issues as a main cause of gun violence. Specifically, he’s directing blame at a lack of sufficient mental institutions.
The Defense Department terminated a $1.5 billion contract with Boeing that was to develop a new front end of a missile designed to “hit to kill” incoming North Korean intercontinental ballistic missiles, the Pentagon announced Wednesday.
Left-leaning fact-checking website Snopes has doubled down on its monitoring of Christian satire site The Babylon Bee even after receiving heavy mockery for dedicating resources to covering a website that creates comedic stories.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that he will sign an executive action making student loan cancellation for disabled veterans automatic — about three months after 51 attorneys general urged the Department of Education to make the change.
Attorney General William Barr said Wednesday he has seen nothing so far that “undercuts” the New York City medical examiner’s finding that Jeffrey Epstein died from a suicide.
President Donald Trump’s sudden and barely believable spat with Denmark shows how he has turned American diplomacy into a reflection of his tempestuous, erratic personality.
North Carolina’s Democratic governor vetoed a controversial bill on Wednesday that would have required sheriffs in the state to closely cooperate with federal immigration enforcement.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers is urging the Trump administration to spare olive oil from being targeted by potential tariffs on European goods.
President Donald Trump spent most of last week at his Bedminster golf club, where he sometimes retreats from the public eye. When he left Washington for New Jersey, we thought there was a chance it would be a quiet week in presidential dishonesty.
South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg on Wednesday knocked President Donald Trump for abandoning his previous calls for tougher background checks and said the National Rifle Association holds power over the President.
In the midst of answering a question about the ongoing trade war with China on Wednesday, President Donald Trump turned from reporters, looked to heavens and proclaimed, “I am the chosen one.”
A coalition of environmental groups are taking the Trump administration to court over changes they say will weaken the Endangered Species Act.
With the deadline fast approaching to qualify for the September debate stage, a handful of Democratic presidential candidates is on a spending spree to find donors and supporters who can help them meet the debate requirements.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday defended his decision to cancel his trip to Denmark, saying that the Danish Prime Minister’s comments this week were “nasty” and “inappropriate” while speaking to reporters at the White House.
A Democrat on the House Ways and Means Committee is aiming to uncover more examples of potential financial impropriety at the National Rifle Association and convince the powerful House committee to launch a formal investigation into the tax-exempt nonprofit.
President Donald Trump Wednesday appeared to rule out sending the thousands of ISIS foreign fighters currently being detained by US allies in Syria to the detention facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, saying that the ISIS detainees should be repatriated to their countries of origin.
The Trump administration on Wednesday announced plans to end a decades-old settlement agreement that had set a 20-day limit for holding children and issue new regulations that could hold undocumented families detained together indefinitely.
On Wednesday, ABC announced that former White House press secretary Sean Spicer will be a contestant in the next edition of its hugely popular “Dancing with the Stars” show.
The Congressional Budget Office raised its estimate of the projected federal budget deficit Wednesday and is now predicting that the deficit will reach $960 billion for the 2019 fiscal year, which ends on September 30, and reach $1 trillion for the 2020 fiscal year.
Federal prosecutors accused a former military medical records technician of bilking millions of dollars from thousands of US servicemembers and veterans in a far-reaching identity theft scheme, according to court documents unsealed Wednesday.
The late Sen. John McCain’s widow is calling for civility in politics in a new op-ed in The Washington Post, encouraging members of Congress to act with civility as her husband did “for the country’s sake.”
Donald Trump won’t be going to Denmark in 10 days. Because the Danes won’t sell him Greenland.
The Trump administration on Wednesday announced plans that could hold undocumented families detained together indefinitely, replacing the decades-old agreement that set a 20-day limit for holding children.
With speculation that a recession is on the horizon, President Trump maintains the economy is strong, but the White House itself seems to be acknowledging the possibility of a downturn.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, who has frequently done his presidential campaigning on picket lines, unveiled a comprehensive set of proposals on Wednesday designed to revive and newly empower organized labor.
Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer is hitting the dance floor and joining the cast of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.”
The former US ambassador to Denmark lambasted President Donald Trump Wednesday for his decision to cancel a trip to the country after its leader declined to discuss Trump’s interest in purchasing Greenland during the visit, saying the move is “not the way you treat an ally.”
Parkland dad to Bernie Sanders over past gun views: ‘Your votes and what you’ve done are still there’
Fred Guttenberg doesn’t have a candidate in the 2020 Democratic primary race — he has a cause. Her name is Jaime.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee released a plan on Wednesday to enlist farmers and agriculture workers in combating climate change, completing the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate’s series of proposals aimed at making fighting a warming climate a central part of the federal government’s policies.
A sustained effort from National Rifle Association officials, Republican lawmakers and conservative allies helped cement President Donald Trump’s decision to abandon his previous calls for tougher background checks in the wake of recent mass shootings, sources tell CNN.
President Donald Trump is trying to outrun a possible recession as he runs for reelection in 2020, but his efforts to keep the economy going now might make any downturn harder to fix.
March for Our Lives, the student-led movement focused on gun violence prevention that emerged from the 2018 Parkland, Florida, school shooting, has a new platform that it wants 2020 presidential candidates to endorse.
Almost two-thirds of Americans (65%) say current economic conditions are good, but that’s down since May, representing the first significant decline in public perception of the economy during Donald Trump’s presidency, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS.
The Trump administration on Wednesday plans to end a legal “loophole” that has allowed illegal-immigrant families to enter the U.S., according to reports.
Massachusetts senator and 2020 Democrat Elizabeth Warren was seeing double on Monday after meeting her lookalike in Minnesota.
A sudden cascade of events is challenging President Donald Trump’s boasts of an unprecedented American winning streak that is a critical component of his reelection salesmanship.
A typo is saving homeowners in one Pennsylvania county about $32 each in property taxes but is costing the school district about $895,000, according to a report.
Former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci is launching a PAC in order to “dismantle” President Trump and claims he could potentially sway as much as eight percent of his voters.
Democratic Presidential candidate Julián Castro speaks with CNN’s Anderson Cooper about President Trump’s inconsistency when it comes to gun reform policy.
Sen. Bernie Sanders on Tuesday jabbed at President Donald Trump after the President claimed that American Jews who vote for Democrats “(show) either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty.”
Less than two weeks before his scheduled trip to Denmark, President Donald Trump announced on Twitter that he has postponed his visit to Copenhagen after the Danish Prime Minister disputed his interest in buying Greenland as “absurd.”
President Trump on Tuesday abruptly canceled a planned meeting with Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen, saying there was no point to the trip after Frederiksen called the idea that the U.S. might buy Greenland from Denmark “absurd” — and said there would be no Copen-haggling about it.
President Donald Trump’s administration is expected on Wednesday to announce a new regulation that would allow for the detention of migrant families beyond the 20-day limit for holding children, an administration official told CNN.
Listen to the majority of candidates running for the Democratic presidential nomination or scroll through Twitter and you will rapidly conclude that the Democratic Party is dominated by liberals.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday criticized Jewish Americans who vote for Democrats, saying “it shows either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty.”
The White House pushed back late Tuesday on claims by the National Rifle Association (NRA) that President Trump said universal background checks were off the table, amid an ongoing push for legislative action following two deadly mass shootings earlier this month.
Failed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will host a pricey fundraising event at her Washington, D.C., mansion as her party struggles to match the quick pace of Republicans’ fundraising before 2020.
The US Department of Agriculture is shrinking payments offered to employees who applied for buyouts rather than relocate to the greater Kansas City area, according to a document obtained by CNN.
The Trump administration has formally approved a major $8 billion arms sale to Taiwan involving 66 new F-16C/D fighter jets, the State Department announced Tuesday, a move that comes amid heightened tensions between Washington and Beijing over a range of issues, including trade and Hong Kong.
At least 22 cities and local governments in Texas are working to recover from a seemingly coordinated ransomware attack on their computer networks.
The federal government has now officially entered The Twilight Zone, or what’s more commonly referred to as “The battle of the thermostat.”
President Donald Trump on Tuesday mocked Rashida Tlaib’s grief over her decision not to visit her grandmother in the West Bank after initially being barred by Israel, claiming the Democratic congresswoman “grandstanded” when she shed tears Monday.
Katharine Gorka is leaving her post as press secretary for US Customs and Border Protection after only two months on the job.
Republican Rep. Steve King of Iowa cast blame on House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy during a town hall event on Tuesday after being pressed by an attendee over the fact that he had lost his committee assignments at the start of the year.
President Donald Trump continued to say Tuesday that the US is talking to the government of Afghanistan and the Taliban and he is “looking at different things” in the region.
President Trump confirmed Tuesday that he’s been considering a payroll tax cut but rejected the notion that he’s worried about a possible recession on the horizon.
President Trump on Tuesday suggested Jewish Americans who vote for Democrats either lack the requisite knowledge or show “great disloyalty,” amid the escalation of the war of words with Reps. Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar over Israel.
Greenland’s premier rejected the idea of the United States purchasing the large Artic island Tuesday after President Trump floated buying the semi-autonomous Danish territory over the weekend.
Thousands of American troops sent to the US-Mexico border as part of the Trump administration’s effort to contain the rising number of migrants crossing into the US since April 2018 will be awarded the Armed Forces Service Medal, the Pentagon confirmed Tuesday.
President Donald Trump expressed his support for reinstating Russia into the G7 days before the group of leading industrialized nations convenes for its annual summit in France.
US Customs and Border Protection will not vaccinate migrants, even though three children who had been in US custody died after contracting the flu.
President Donald Trump is expected to select Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan to replace Jon Huntsman as US Ambassador to Russia, according to a White House official.
‘Our Character Is What We Do When We Think Nobody Is Looking’: New York Jogger Stops to Give His Shoes to Homeless Man
A man who was jogging in the World Trade Center area of New York has been videoed taking off his sneakers and gifting them to a homeless man.
Popular Christian companies like Chick-fil-A and Hobby Lobby are well-known as Christian businesses at the forefront of not only providing stellar services, but also fully living out the gospel message. But did you know there are some other Christian businesses that even put Bible verses on their products?
Bernie Sanders supporter Susan Sarandon appeared to attack Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren during a Sanders campaign rally in Iowa.
President Donald Trump has been cooling to the idea of supporting new legislation for stricter firearm background checks in recent conversations with lawmakers, congressional and Republican sources tell CNN.
Two weeks after two mass shootings occurred in less than 24 hours, Congress and the White House have not moved closer to passing any kind of gun legislation to address what many are calling a crisis, and some Republican senators, including Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, don’t think any new gun legislation is likely to…
Democratic presidential contender New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is joining the chorus of legal challenges against the Trump administration’s public charge rule that makes it harder for immigrants to obtain green cards if they’ve received or are likely to receive government benefits.
Donald Trump is doing a very poor job of not caring that his former friend Anthony Scaramucci has turned on him.
Hillary Clinton on Monday slammed President Donald Trump’s false claim that Google manipulated millions of votes for Clinton in the 2016 election, saying the “debunked” study Trump referred to was based on “about half the number of people associated with (his) campaign who have been indicted.”
Concord Management and Consulting, the Russian company charged with attempting to interfere in the 2016 election, is poised to go to trial in April 2020, a full year after the end of the Mueller investigation.
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, addressing the sexual wrongdoing that has for years plagued our society came a much more focused and, to Christians, alarming sub-movement: #ChurchToo.
Former NASCAR driver Richard Childress has resigned from the National Rifle Association’s board, the latest member to step down in recent weeks after a controversy over the group’s spending came to light.
It doesn’t take long for Joe Biden’s first TV ad in Iowa to get to the point.
An international panel created after two Boeing 737 MAX crashes is expected to recommend the Federal Aviation Administration change the way it certifies planes and address safety concerns that aircraft technology is becoming far more sophisticated than the regulations that govern it, a source familiar with the matter tells CNN.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday acknowledged that there are “places where ISIS is more powerful today than they were three or four years ago,” but sought to downplay the risk posed by the terrorist organization in the wake of a report warning of its resurgence in Syria.
President Donald Trump is set to welcome Romanian President Klaus Iohannis to the White House for bilateral meetings on Tuesday.
Former Vice President Joe Biden remains the clear front-runner in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination in a new national poll that also indicates a big drop in support for Sen. Kamala Harris of California.
The Justice Department told the Supreme Court late Monday night that the Trump administration acted lawfully when it decided in 2017 to wind down the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which protects undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children from deportation.
The DNC has overhauled its ground game in key battlegrounds ahead of the 2020 election in a bid to avoid another devastating election loss.