If Mitch McConnell follows Donald Trump's lead on impeachment, the Republicans could lose their Senate majority next year.
A growing body of evidence indicates that Nunes was a key player in Trump's scheme to bribe Ukraine into handing over political dirt on the Bidens.
The cult-like worship of Donald Trump by the Republican Party's base is a terrifying new development in American politics.
Rep. Adam Smith (D-WA) unloaded on GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham, who has completely sold what's left of his soul to protect Donald Trump from impeachment.
Trump knows that if he weren't in the White House, none of these events would be taking place at his properties, so he's milking it as much as he can.
As the eyes of America turn to the public impeachment hearings, Republicans are admitting that they plan to bury their heads in the sand.
The president and party that claims to represent law and order are now on the record committing and burying criminal behavior.
There is no other way to characterize election night 2019 than to call it an unmitigated disaster for Donald Trump and the Republican Party.
The former GOP leader said that what Republicans don't understand is that they, too, will go down when Trump's house of cards ultimately collapses.
Things are so bad for Donald Trump that it appears the Republican Party is making up an "internal" poll to make him feel better.
Time and again, the Republican Party jumps at the opportunity to smear a war hero in order to boost its political fortunes.
The fact that the GOP-friendly map is now shifting toward the Democrats shows just how badly impeachment is crushing them.
Trump may occupy the Oval Office, but he has sucked the life out of the GOP. They'd rather run for the hills than serve under his failed leadership.
A bipartisan majority of lawmakers in Congress could support the impeachment and removal of the sitting president of the United States.
While it's unlikely that two-thirds of senators will vote to remove Trump, it's increasingly plausible that a majority of members could support such a move.
Republican lawmakers didn't just embarrass themselves on Wednesday; they made the country less safe in order to protect Donald Trump.
The damning whistleblower complaint is no longer even a factor as at least four officials, including Trump himself, have now admitted to a quid pro quo.
When Cory Gardner loses next November, it'll be because of moments like this when he forgot that his job is to defend the United States, not Donald Trump.
A wave of pro-impeachment support has swept the country, with strong majorities of Americans now supporting the Democrats' inquiry.
Better talking points on cable news won't save Trump or Republicans from a damning set of facts and swift, unified action from House Democrats.