The message from Buckingham Palace to Queen Elizabeth's grandson, Prince Harry, and his wife, Meghan Markle, was clear: You're in or you're out. There is no part-time work for royals. Harry and Meghan chose out.
That's ...Read more
For a nation forged in bloody revolution against an unjust monarchy, America sure loves the pomp and circumstance of ancient royalty. That was driven home for the umpteenth time on Saturday when I flipped on CNN and they ...Read more
It was impossible to watch the opening of Donald Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate last week without feeling a sense of patriotism.
Regardless of where you stand on the issue, the ceremonial ritual was impressive. ...Read more
The U.S. Supreme Court will review a Philadelphia federal judge's decision last year to block new Trump administration rules that would have let almost any employer deny female workers no-cost birth control coverage by ...Read more
The Senate will begin hearing the House impeachment managers' case against President Donald Trump this week on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
In a trial set to begin Tuesday at 1 p.m. EST, the ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- For most of his 29 years in Congress, Bernie Sanders was mainly a left-wing gadfly, a relentless critic of the bipartisan Cold War consensus and a defender of regimes that resisted U.S. power.
When he ran ...Read more
DES MOINES, Iowa -- The day after Joe Biden announced he would not run for president in 2016, some supporters in Iowa did a surprising thing: They volunteered for their second-choice candidate -- Bernie Sanders.
It was an...Read more
Did House Speaker Nancy Pelosi overplay her hand by delaying the articles of impeachment for a month before submitting them to the Senate on Jan. 16?
At least two guests on the Jan. 12 edition of "This Week with George ...Read more
I tried. I swear I tried.
Like any columnist, I combed the week's news, looking for that thing from which a newspaper column could be built.
Iran. Nukes. Impeachment. The British royal family. Drugs. Tariffs. Heartbreak ...Read more
AUSTIN, Texas -- Two days before he goes on trial in the U.S. Senate for high crimes and misdemeanors, President Donald Trump came to Austin on Sunday to celebrate the administration's breakthrough trade deals at the ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Trump's legal team will argue in his Senate trial that abuse of power is not an impeachable offense, while Democrats called that claim "absurdist" and a signal that the president has no defense ...Read more
NEW YORK -- Alan Dershowitz, the former Harvard Law School professor, says he sees no grounds for the impeachment of President Donald Trump ahead of the Senate trial that begins on Tuesday.
"If the allegations are not ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Congress is being stonewalled by intelligence agency officials who refuse to testify in public for fear of drawing President Donald Trump's ire, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said.
"Part ...Read more
SAN DIEGO -- Julian Castro is finally getting the media attention he deserves. All he had to do was drop his bid for the Democratic nomination for president and stump for Elizabeth Warren.
These days, you can find the ...Read more
CHICAGO -- When I was in college, my roommate and I would together drive the six hours to our southern Illinois campus the day before the spring semester started. Our tradition was that, while my friend took a turn driving...Read more
MINNEAPOLIS -- Joe Biden has been holding on as front-runner in the Democratic presidential race, but the former vice president lags most of his leading rivals in building a visible primary campaign in Minnesota, a ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- As the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., presented a fiery defense of President Donald Trump during impeachment hearings last month, angrily accusing Democrats of...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump's legal team on Saturday accused the House of a "brazen and unlawful attempt" to overturn the 2016 election in a scathing response to the impeachment trial summons issued by the Senate ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Joe Biden accused Bernie Sanders' campaign of releasing what he called a "doctored video" purporting to show the former vice president agreeing with Republican proposals to privatize Social Security.
"It's ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- "Read the transcript!"
That's the rallying cry of President Donald Trump and supporters who say he did nothing wrong in the Ukraine impeachment saga.
Democrats countered that the White House readout of ...Read more
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