President Trump on Tuesday prepared to address the global business community in Davos while his adversaries back home prepared to begin an impeachment trial.
Iowa city leaders denounced a local resident's snow display that depicted a figure gunning down a snowman wearing a Bernie Sanders shirt and another with a Democratic Party hat.
Joe Biden, the 2020 Democratic frontrunner, accepted challenger Sen. Bernie Sanders' apology late Monday over a blistering op-ed written by an unofficial campaign surrogate who blasted the former vice president as a weak candidate with a serious corruption problem.
After an opening salvo of back-and-forth arguments from President Trump's attorneys and Democrats' impeachment managers on Monday, Senate impeachment trial proceedings are set to begin at 1 p.m. ET on Tuesday with the expectation they will stretch well into a wild night on Capitol Hill -- even as key procedural questions, including the timeline for debate and whether additional witnesses will testify, remain undecided and hotly contentious.
John Sullivan, the Trump-picked U.S. ambassador to Russia, arrived in Moscow last week at a time of strained relations between the two countries and thinning resources for the State Department, but his former colleagues say he is up to the challenge.
Here is how things are expected go down Tuesday in the Senate for President Trump's impeachment trial.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., concluded on Monday that the Democratic Party is a "center or center-conservative" party and how there currently isn't a "left" party in the United States.