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"Then I saw the dog get out of the car, a big black lab or something, and I'm like, 'This is turning weird,'" an eyewitness said.
Reps. Ayanna Pressley, Deb Haaland and Katie Porter will serve on Elizabeth Warren's presidential campaign.
Ferrell told Jimmy Fallon that Walken is constantly bombarded with calls for "More cowbell!"
Trump's former national security adviser claimed that the White House had previously "suppressed" his Twitter account.
The president told "Fox & Friends" that she must have "done some bad things" to George Conway "because that guy is crazy."
"I can understand people who immediately, whose minds went to sort of the worst-case scenario," Attorney General William Barr said.
The nearly hourlong phone call on the president's favorite morning show devolved into a soliloquy.
"It’s like we’re living in the Roman Empire, and Mark Zuckerberg is Caesar. At least that would explain his haircut."
Critics have denounced President Donald Trump's policy shift on asylum as inhumane.
The actor-artist evoked the King of Rock and Roll to mock Trump.
But Republicans have been largely silent after leaked emails showed his embrace of white nationalist ideology.
If the president is averse to strong women challenging him, he had a very bad week.
“Intimidation and vilification of the press is now a global phenomenon. We don’t have to look far for evidence of that,” he told the International Press Freedom Awards.
Michael Steele delivered a scathing assessment of Republicans' questioning during the impeachment hearing against Donald Trump.
“There is nothing left to do but collate it," Laurence Tribe told MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell.
"The Late Show" also debuted a catchy jingle to explain the impeachment inquiry into the president.
"The choice is so stark and the stakes are so high you cannot afford to be ambivalent,” the former president warned at a California fundraiser.
While other parents have probably tried to discipline their kids this way, few have the authority of actually being a character from "Frozen."
“The senator is here to talk about the contributions fighters like you have made to history,” Rep. Ayanna Pressley told the protesters at Clark Atlanta University.