The "View" co-host claimed that the president's support of abortion rights was "doing grave spiritual harm to himself and harm to this country."
The Fox News political analyst says the ex-president, still popular among Republicans, embodies the party's descent "into farce."
D.C. attorney H. Heather Shaner says that books and movies about the uglier parts of American history are "a revelation" for some of her Capitol attack clients.
Sheldon Whitehouse told a reporter that whites-only clubs are “a long tradition in Rhode Island" and he thinks "we just need to work our way through the issues."
The civil rights activists say the two senators are "threatening our democracy."
The co-owners of the historic nightspot said they felt it was important to stand up against corporations that "are trying to legalize discrimination."
New York Times says the Fox News host's willingness to gossip to reporters is an "open secret" in Washington.
The former president also tried to sell tickets to his upcoming tour, where plenty of seats remain unsold.
The bill will try to stop state-level Republicans from fulfilling Trump's dream of giving them the power to overturn future elections.
Whoever wins the city's Democratic primary on Tuesday will set the tone for economic recovery and the future of criminal justice reform.