Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) joined other lawmakers pleading with people not to go out amid the spread of coronavirus in the United States.
"When you see Brian Schatz retweeting Ted Cruz quote-tweeting AOC in agreement, you know these are extraordinary times," one doctor said.
The incoming White House chief of staff is the latest GOP lawmaker who may have had contact with an infected person.
After being dismissive of the public health threat, Republicans are learning the hard way that the coronavirus isn’t partisan.
Sen. Ted Cruz and Rep. Paul Gosar said they aren't experiencing symptoms, but will still self-quarantine until 14 days have passed since the interaction at the conference.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the Texas senator go at it over Mike Pence's selection as leader of battle against the spreading coronavirus.
The "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" host revisited an old segment to troll GOP Sen. Ted Cruz.
The Republican senator is appalled that an Alabama state representative is trying to take away a man’s reproductive rights.
The anti-abortion GOP senator criticized an Alabama bill that aims to curb unwanted pregnancies by focusing on men.
After Cruz claimed that his podcast would be censored if Sanders were elected, Twitter users joked that they were now rooting for the 2020 candidate.
The host of "Meet The Press" told Rolling Stone he's surprised by how willing Republicans are to spread lies and disinformation on behalf of Donald Trump.
The Senate's resolution for the first time condemns the Ottoman Empire's 1915 genocide that killed 1.5 million Armenians, striking a historic blow against Turkey.
“I don’t want to see their little smug faces about how much they care about law enforcement," said Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo before an officer's funeral.
A mic on NBC's "Meet The Press" picked up a giggle as the Texas senator defended what many in the intelligence community have debunked as a conspiracy theory.
His comments come a week after Sen. John Kennedy claimed a former Ukrainian president "actively worked" for Hillary Clinton.
"We're one corny politician away from Baby Yoda being ruined," NBA blogger Nitz Bluv wrote.
Twitter users -- including Rep. Eric Swalwell -- reminded the GOP senator of his NSFW gaffe.
"Full Frontal" is fighting back against the presidential son's "Trigger A Lib" campaign.
After 346 deaths, Dennis Muilenburg faced tough questions on why more wasn't done to address safety concerns about the plane.
"Foreign countries should stay out of American elections," the Republican senator said.