Guest Commentary: Bring on the investigations. They should be exhaustive. And that will take time. But there are things Americans need to know right now, too.
CalMatters Commentary - California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recent events indicate he’s trying to polish up his image as a recall campaign picks up steam.
Libertarians support the freedom of speech and the right to a peaceful protest, but Libertarians stand against violence.
The longer the vote-counting goes on, the more it seems the big bounceback California Republicans expected this fall from the party’s significant congressional defeats of 2018 may be a halfway thing. Which would still be an achievement in the face of President-elect Joe Biden’s 4.4 million-vote victory in this state.
As a surge of infections hits the South and West, GOP officials are pushing back against the notion that masks are about politics, as President Donald Trump suggests. Get caught up on the morning's virus developments.
The city of Jacksonville, Florida, where mask-averse President Donald Trump plans to accept the Republican nomination in August, ordered the wearing of face coverings Monday.
People are about evenly split over whether they would be comfortable returning to their regular routines today, according to a CNN Poll conduc…
The U.S. has surpassed a jarring milestone in the coronavirus pandemic: 100,000 deaths. That number is the best estimate and most assuredly an undercount.
As businesses reopened Friday in more of the U.S., an overwhelming majority of states still fall short of the COVID-19 testing levels that experts say are necessary to safely ease lockdowns.
The Democratic-controlled House is pressing ahead today with a vote on another massive rescue bill. Get the latest here.
Polls show GOP voters think the government is already doing enough. Republicans on Capitol Hill are divided over the best approach. Get caught up on the latest virus developments.
President Donald Trump is warning without evidence that expanding mail-in voting will increase voter fraud. But several GOP state officials are forging ahead to do just that, undermining one of Trump's arguments about how elections should be conducted amid the coronavirus outbreak.
TRUMP: “Preexisting conditions, 100% we take care of.” — Fox News town-hall show Thursday.
The Senate voted to acquit President Donald Trump on two articles of impeachment Wednesday, marking the inevitable and historic end to a bitterly fought, divisive impeachment trial that will reverberate into the 2020 election and shape Trump's presidential legacy.
Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar have been making the case in Iowa to deny Trump's reelection. Waiting for them on Super Tuesday is Mike Bloomberg.
The impeachment trial of President Trump quickly burst into a partisan fight. The Senate rejected a number of amendments to impeachment rules; votes and debate continued past midnight Eastern time.
CLAIM: Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam said if people don’t give up guns, the National Guard will cut off their power, and have them killed.
TRUMP: “... An investigation that was illegally started ... The Witch Hunt is sputtering badly, but still going on (Ukraine Hoax!). If this ... had happened to a Presidential candidate, or President, who was a Democrat, everybody involved would long ago be in jail for treason (and more), and it would be considered the CRIME OF THE CENTURY.” — tweets Thursday.
President Donald Trump has been impeached by the House, becoming only the third president to be charged under the Constitution’s ultimate remedy for high crimes and misdemeanors.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has held steady throughout the Democratic race as one of the top two or three candidates by almost any measure. He has done that with debate performances described as flat, uneven, and uninspired.
President Donald Trump is angrily objecting to the House of Representatives’ articles of impeachment, saying he is registering his objections “for the purpose of history.”
Impeachment charges against the president went to the full House on Friday, following approval by the House Judiciary Committee. A final vote on the articles is expected next week.
The report states that lawmakers uncovered “significant misconduct” by the president toward Ukraine that broadly placed his own personal interests above those of the nation.