The Supreme Court Justice was admitted after experiencing a fever. She is expected to be released as early as Sunday.
The Republican supports a bill to legalize the drug nationally.
Michael Steele explained why the RNC's spending of almost $95,000 on Donald Trump Jr.'s book "Triggered" is "screwed up."
The Democratic presidential candidate said he has refused to appear on the network unless it delivers a mea culpa on air.
The Watergate reporter said Trump is “untruthful in ways and to an extent that had never been dreamed somebody holding the Oval Office could be."
Lev Parnas's lawyer says he's willing to tell Congress that GOP Rep. Devin Nunes went to Vienna to talk to the prosecutor who was ousted over corruption issues.
Trump is also calling GOP lawmakers, having lunch with them and opening up Camp David for fun weekends as part of his impeachment "charm offensive."
The former Fox News host boosted a get-rich-quick company that promised to make you a millionaire and stop cancer, too.
Legal analyst lists at least four likely articles of impeachment but "can't imagine" Trump would be removed by the Republican-controlled Senate.
The president cannot be prosecuted and should not be sued or impeached, according to his legal teams.
Trump's former national security adviser claimed that the White House had previously "suppressed" his Twitter account.
The South Carolina senator had once said the former vice president was “as good a man as God ever created.”
“If you can’t build grassroots support for your candidacy, you have no business running for president," Sanders said.
Really weird how the Republican congressman keeps making this mistake.
The president told "Fox & Friends" that she must have "done some bad things" to George Conway "because that guy is crazy."
Demand Justice is accusing the tech firm of helping to rehabilitate the justice and alleged sexual assaulter’s public image.
The Center for Security Policy has claimed “Sharia-supremacists” are working “with leftists to destroy the United States."
The nearly hourlong phone call on the president's favorite morning show devolved into a soliloquy.
Jessica Cisneros is challenging Democratic Rep. Henry Cuellar from the left — and calling out his friendship with the former governor.