Nancy Pelosi said it not once, not twice, but three times last week. “Mr. President, you have come into my wheelhouse.” In other words, welcome to her world. After nearly two years
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has launched a formal impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump, yielding to mounting pressure from fellow Democrats and plunging a deeply divided nation
Current negotiations over a second stimulus bill show Pelosi is backing a $3 trillion aid package that would provide much-needed relief to state governments, hazard pay for essential workers, aid for the US Postal Service, and funding for widespread national coronavirus testing.
Trump sacked State Department Inspector General Steve Linick late on Friday in his latest abrupt dismissal of an official tasked with monitoring wrongdoing inside a government agency.
Nancy Pelosi was right — both times. And that’s the Democrats’ problem. The House speaker had it right when she repeatedly said for most of the past year that impeaching President Donald Trump
The Democratic-led US House of Representatives was set on Wednesday to step up its impeachment investigation of President Donald Trump over his dealings with Ukraine, as the White House
Put yourself, for a moment, in the shoes of average independent American voters in fly-over country where next year’s election is likely to be decided. Many, if not most, are probably feeling
In his speech, Trump started crowing about his economic record and the Great American Comeback – only for Pelosi to steal the limelight with her act, in a crystal-clear blatant snub to him.
Who said comity and bipartisanship in Washington were dead, what was left of both vaporised in the politically nuclear mushroom cloud of the 45th president’s impeachment and acquittal?
Thanks to the Food and Drug Administration and the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, we know that hydroxychloroquine – an anti-malaria medication also used to treat ailments like lupus – neither prevents nor cures the disease. But that did not stop Donald Trump from announcing out of the blue this week that he’s taking it, in true showman’s form.