President Donald Trump says he does not expect to be impeached, saying Democrats have "absolutely nothing" incriminating.
Tesla edges into pickup truck market with electric model
Tesla is aiming for the heart of the auto industry's profit machine with its own version of the heavy pickup truck.
Janison: Nobody testified this was a good idea
No one among the president's GOP defenders in Congress hailed a delay in military aid to Ukraine as a positive.
FBI lawyer investigated over altered Russia probe document
A former FBI lawyer is being investigated for allegedly altering a document related to surveillance of a Trump campaign adviser in 2016, according to a person familiar with the case and published news reports.
Complete coverage of the House's impeachment inquiry
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Obama warns against 'purity tests' in the Democratic primary
Former President Barack Obama warned Democrats on Thursday against adopting "purity tests" in the presidential primary and said any adversity the candidates face in the contest will make whoever emerges an even stronger nominee.
AG Barr: Epstein's death was a 'perfect storm of screw-ups'
Attorney General William Barr said he initially had his own suspicions about Jeffrey Epstein's death while the financier was behind bars at one of the most secure jails in America but came to conclude that his suicide was the result of "a perfect storm of screw-ups."
1600: Impeach witness scolds GOP to stop helping Putin
Ex-Trump appointee warned his defenders against helping "external forces" foment "partisan rancor" that degrades U.S. institutions and democracy.
Janison: Trump versus the U.S. government again
For more and more federal employees, there's a sharp difference between serving the country and coddling the president.
Suffolk ends Aventura tax breaks after fed bust
The Industrial Development Agency halted the 12-year property-tax reduction that it gave to Aventura Technologies in 2015.
5 takeaways from the impeachment hearing with Hill, Holmes
Fiona Hill urged Republicans to give up the "fictional narrative" that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 U.S. election.
Trump signs stopgap spending bill, averting shutdown
Trump signed the bill, which will extend funding through Dec. 20, hours before government funding was set to expire.