Impeachment 'not off the table,' Pelosi says

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi did not write off the possibility of moving on impeachment against President Donald Trump as she explained her continued opposition to formally opening the process.

Pelosi says threats are no way to negotiate

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi slammed how President Donald Trump handled his latest trade and immigration talks with Mexico, repeating her claim that the President throws "temper tantrums."

NYT: Elaine Chao has deep business ties to China

Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao's family has deep business ties to China -- placing the key Cabinet official in a potentially conflicting position with the Trump administration's confrontational posture toward the US' major economic rival, according to a report from The New York Times.

Jimmy Carter granted tenure at Emory University

Former President Jimmy Carter has become a tenured faculty member of Emory University after teaching at the Atlanta-based private university for more than three decades, the Georgia school announced on Monday.

John Delaney booed by California Democrats

Members of the crowd at the California Democratic Convention booed presidential hopeful John Delaney on Sunday when the former Maryland congressman criticized "Medicare for All."