“Everyone was in the loop," the hotel executive said. "It was no secret."
Twitter users -- including Rep. Eric Swalwell -- reminded the GOP senator of his NSFW gaffe.
Ambassador Gordon Sondland testifies to a Houses panel Wednesday about his evolving accounts of the Trump administration’s dealings with Ukraine.
“We followed the president’s orders," Sondland said. Read the latest updates on the hearing.
“This tweet has been brought to you from Upside Down World,” one person hit back.
The Trump-picked ambassador to the European Union will make a highly anticipated appearance to testify in the impeachment hearings on Wednesday.
Kurt Volker said he has known former Vice President Joe Biden as an honorable man for decades while rebuffing debunked corruption allegations.
"People have to stop taking the Black community for granted," Nina Turner told HuffPost at a Sanders fundraiser in Georgia.
Pugh resigned in May amid the controversy over her “Healthy Holly” books.
The Senate majority leader is likely to abandon the president if it appears that keeping his role is more assured if Trump is gone.
The money is part of the $400 million package delayed by President Donald Trump, which sparked an impeachment inquiry.
Her allies want the senator from Massachusetts to be more aggressive at Wednesday night’s Democratic presidential debate.
In both his opening statement and later testimony, European Union ambassador Gordon Sondland named the rapper as a topic of discussion on a call with Trump.
The former special envoy to Ukraine is one of many establishment Republicans who tried in vain to change the Trump administration from within.
The former National Security Council expert on Russia testifies that he "didn’t necessarily always act" on EU ambassador Gordon Sondland's ideas.
The new oversight nonprofit, Accountable.US, brings together Allied Progress, Western Values Project and Restore Public Trust.
Former national security adviser Susan Rice called the claims of White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham "a bald-faced lie."
Ranking member Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) kicked things off by ignoring Alexander Vindman's rank of lieutenant colonel, and other Republicans piled on.
Each of the leading presidential candidates is banking on their theory of change.
Several top officials with potentially valuable knowledge have refused to come to Capitol Hill.