Friday's News: Sources say the formal whistleblower complaint about President Trump involves Ukraine, the Pentagon is weighing sending military assets to the Middle East after the strike on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities, and it remains unclear whether President Trump will sign a gun bill if Congress passes one.
Tensions are building within the House Democratic Caucus over the Judiciary Committee's march toward impeachment, with Democrats again at odds over their messaging and strategy during a crucial time facing their majority.
The top two Democrats in Congress, seeking to ramp up pressure on Republicans to pass legislation extending background checks to all gun buyers, told President Trump on Sunday that they would join him at the White House for a “historic signing ceremo
The Republican lawmakers gathered in Baltimore erupted in cheers and laughter Thursday as President Trump warned of “the dangers” of energy-saving lightbulbs and falsely claimed that televisions turn off when wind turbines stop spinning.
The three leading candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination confronted each other over issues including health care in a marathon debate that featured all 10 top contenders onstage for the first time.