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New Hampshire state Rep. Ken Weyler backtracked on sharing the controversial report: “I apologize for not vetting the document more thoroughly."
The Republican congresswoman's top aide, Patrick Parsons, says it's "time to move on."
The "Late Show" host shows just how awkward the outgoing New York governor's announcement really was.
Career experts weigh in on whether workers can give less time than the usual resignation notice.
"It is disgusting to me, and he can no longer serve as governor," the New York City mayor said.
Lauren Blair Bianchi reportedly was "not comfortable" with the Republican senator's efforts to overturn Joe Biden's election win.
“I am saddened to take this step, as it was my intention to serve the Department until the end of this Administration,” he wrote in a letter to colleagues.
The American Federation of Teachers sends off its nemesis with an easy-to-remember message.
“It is best for everyone, himself included, if he goes away quietly," the conservative newspaper's board wrote.
Sure, they stood by an unhinged president for years. But now they are taking a stand against violence — two weeks before they wouldn't have a job anyway.
The aide to the first lady and former press secretary has served under Trump since his 2016 presidential campaign.
In the waning days of Donald Trump’s presidency, Attorney General William Barr is out of a job.
With the attorney general stepping down next week, Twitter critics are stepping up their barrage against the president's "festive" announcement.
James “Stew” Stewart wrote that he didn't believe "a good person of color" had ever been killed by an officer. He blamed the wording on voice-to-text technology.
The MSNBC journalist took over the rest of the hour after the "Hardball" host announced his resignation.
The "Hardball" host said Monday would be his last show.
Price submitted his resignation letter admitting the 2020 election's Iowa caucuses were a failure.
The California Republican's resignation, effective Jan. 13, comes a month after he admitted to using $250,000 in campaign funds for lavish personal expenses.