Russia-linked figures in Mueller's probe come in from the cold after report's release

(WASHINGTON) -- A cast of Russia-linked figures caught up in special counsel's probe have begun emerging out from under a veil of suspicion now that Robert Mueller has delivered his verdict that there... Read More

Elizabeth Warren continues calls for impeachment proceedings on campaign trail

(WASHINGTON) -- Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren repeated her calls for impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump on Saturday, saying "this isn’t about politics."

"For me this isn’t about politics... Read More

Mike Huckabee slams Mitt Romney: 'You got GOP nomination and could have been POTUS'

(WASHINGTON) -- Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee slammed Utah Republican Senator Mitt Romney on Friday for describing being "sickened" after reading the report on Russian election interference from special counsel Robert Mueller.

Rom... Read More

Many House Democrats wary of trying to impeach Trump after Mueller report

(WASHINGTON) -- Democrats renewed consideration of impeaching President Donald Trump after the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report, with leading progressives and some presidential candidates calling for swift action -- as Democra... Read More

Trump tweets frustration with details of Mueller report, following public release

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump, who is spending the long Easter weekend in Mar-a-Lago has taken to Twitter to share his frustration with details included in a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller's report released to the public,... Read More

Presidential candidate Wayne Messam's lawyers reviewing allegations campaign team didn't get paid

(NEW YORK) -- Presidential hopeful Wayne Messam, mayor of Miramar, Florida, said a lawyer is reviewing allegations that his campaign staff isn't getting paid.

The allegations, published in a report by the Miami New Times, come from a forme... Read More

Which presidential candidate gets Secret Service protection comes down to a few factors: ANALYSIS

(NEW YORK) -- Then-Sen. Barack Obama announced his intention to run for the Democratic nomination for president in February 2007 on the grounds of the Old State Capitol in Springfield, Illinois where Abraham Lincoln delivered his "house divided" spee... Read More

Sen. Elizabeth Warren promises to roll back Trump energy policies on 1st day in office

(NEW YORK) -- Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren thrust herself into the climate change debate this week, promising that if elected president, she'd sign an executive order on her first day in office to end drilling offshore and on public lands, a m... Read More

Former Colorado Gov. Hickenlooper, now presidential candidate, marks somber anniversary with Columbine survivors

(COLUMBINE, Colorado) -- It was sunny and warm as students walked to class at Columbine High School earlier this week, just as it was in 1999, when two boys in trenchcoats tore through the school on a killing spree. Twenty years since the horrific ma... Read More

Before he was a candidate, Pete Buttigieg was voted 'most likely' to be president

(SOUTH BEND, Indiana) -- Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg may have a leg up on his competition in 2020.

In South Bend, Indiana, Buttigieg is nearly universally known and nearly everyone seems to have a "Mayor Pete" story.Read More

Utah Sen. Mitt Romney 'sickened' by 'dishonesty' of Donald Trump after reading Mueller report

(SALT LAKE CITY) -- Sen. Mitt Romney, a regular sparring partner of President Donald Trump, came out as strongly as any Republican against the president's actions highlighted in the Mueller report on Friday.

"I am sickened at the extent an... Read More