JUDY WOODRUFF: Four hundred and thirty-four pages, and more than five hours of live testimony. The Justice Department’s internal watchdog, its inspector general, has now
Politics it’s more than that topic you avoid at family gatherings. It’s got a pretty bad rep, with opinions ranging from “in sab cheezon mein
it apparently the tea party patriots which is a georgia based organization that counts around a wine thousand chapters nationwide is trying is ask its
– I say in the book, when I walked in that room, I knew 15 of the other 16 Republicans who were running for president.
JUDY WOODRUFF: The next phase of impeachment comes to order. As Nick Schifrin reports, the partisan fight over the constitutional rationale for removing President Trump
capping a day of wild swings in the ongoing impeachment saga and the conflict in Syria President Donald Trump told Texas supporters Thursday that next