Staffers answering the calls handed them over to the police, Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) said.
Opponents argue the bill targets vulnerable young people who are already struggling to fit in and just want to play sports with their friends.
They claim the person who showed up at the event appeared to be shorter than the "real" Donald Trump.
The nation’s top infectious diseases expert slammed Republican Sen. Roger Marshall’s "stunning" line of inquiry.
The mocking "Daily Show" montage bids farewell to one narrative put forward on the conservative network about the Jan. 6 insurrection.
A bad look for a justice who claims to champion civility in politics.
Don Huffines, a candidate with harsh anti-immigrant views, says dismissing Jake Lloyd Colglazier would be “cancel culture.”
The group said that Sinema’s stance on not changing filibuster rules to pass voting rights legislation “undermines the foundations of our democracy.”
The two Democratic senators killed any chance of passing voting rights legislation by opposing filibuster changes after Republicans blocked it from advancing.
Andre Mathis, Biden's appeals court pick, doesn't have a criminal record. He once got a ticket for going 5 miles over the speed limit, though.
Shadow sets of Electoral College slates were sent from five states. Michigan's attorney general said she had referred the matter to federal prosecutors.
The Fox News personality, lacking anything substantive to say, insisted the House speaker was actually the late pop star Michael Jackson.
The son of the former president isn't happy about the New York attorney general's investigation into the family business.
Soaring COVID-19 cases put people who are incarcerated at risk of getting sick and perpetuates a seemingly endless cycle of highly restrictive lockdowns.
Twitter users torched the former president's daughter-in-law.
Leaders and activists alike sounded off: “Like being almost in an abusive relationship”; “disappointed to say the least”; “I will never understand.”
"For a while I’ve noted the term 'mild' is misleading when the bar is hospitalization and death," the congresswoman said.
Revelations that the prime minister partied while Britain was under coronavirus restrictions has prompted many in the Conservative Party to consider dumping their leader.
Igor Fruman, who aided Giuliani in seeking information on Joe Biden, was sentenced to a year and a day in prison.
The language letting them back into the Union required them to enforce the 14th Amendment’s ban on insurrectionists in federal or state office.