Author: CAROLINE KENNY, CNN

GOP senator: Impeachment inquiry is 'a waste of resources'

Republican Sen. Thom Tillis of North Carolina called the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump "a waste of resources" on Wednesday morning when asked if he had concerns about Trump's public call for foreign governments to investigate Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

South Carolina Republicans vote to skip 2020 primary

The South Carolina Republican Party executive committee voted Saturday to skip a presidential primary in 2020, leaving an open path for President Donald Trump to win all of the Palmetto State's delegates without competition.

'Stop Kavanaugh' message on display at Emmy Awards

Two of the day's big news stories collided Monday night on the red carpet at the Emmy Awards, where one attendee debuted a "Stop Kavanaugh" message written on her arm, referring to the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme court and the sexual assault allegation he is now facing.

Fla. GOP gubernatorial nominee: Don't ‘monkey this up'

Fresh off his victory in the Florida Republican gubernatorial primary, Rep. Ron DeSantis said Wednesday that voters would "monkey this up" if they elected his African-American Democratic opponent, Andrew Gillum, to be governor, immediately drawing accusations of racism.

Rudy Giuliani says 'truth isn't truth'

Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump's attorney, said Sunday that "truth isn't truth" when explaining that he won't let special counsel Robert Mueller rush Trump into testifying because he doesn't want investigators to trap the President into a lie.

Candidate who admitted to abuse staying in the race

National and South Carolina Democrats could be stuck with a congressional nominee they refuse to support after the state's primary Tuesday due to the candidate's refusal to exit the race after news of his abusive past surfaced.

Trump: I have 'absolute right to pardon myself'

President Donald Trump asserted Monday that he has the right to pardon himself but suggested that he won't use that power, adding that the special counsel investigation is "unconstitutional."

Parents of Parkland students start PAC

Parents of students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, have joined forces to create a super PAC with the goal of defeating politicians who have the support and backing of the National Rifle Association.

Democrat who challenged Pelosi speaking at Clyburn's fish fry

South Carolina Democratic Rep. Jim Clyburn's annual "World Famous Fish Fry" is typically known for its fried fish on white bread and Palmetto State politics, but national and congressional observers will also be keeping a close eye on Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan.

Two polls show Trump approval below 40%

Two new polls, taken before President Donald Trump launched airstrikes on Syria Friday night, show that around four in 10 Americans approve of the way Trump is handling his job.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is bringing scrunchies back

Scrunchies, the quintessential 90s accessory found holding up the hair of sitcom stars and pop princesses, are making a comeback on fashion runways and have the longtime backing of one of the most influential women in Washington: Ruth Bader Ginsburg.