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Supreme Court asked to decide Electoral College question

Three presidential electors in Washington state who voted for Colin Powell in 2016 rather than Hillary Clinton and were fined under state law, are asking the US Supreme Court to take up their appeal and decide whether a state can bind an elector to vote for the state's popular vote winner.

State Department IG to hold 'urgent' Hill briefing

Steve Linick, the State Department's inspector general, is set to hold an "urgent" briefing Wednesday with senior congressional staff members after Secretary Mike Pompeo Tuesday accused lawmakers of "intimidating and bullying" State Department officials by calling them for depositions related to the Ukraine inquiry.

Trump: His removal would cause 'Civil War like fracture'

President Donald Trump spent the weekend on Twitter defending himself against Democrats' upcoming impeachment inquiry by quoting his supporters on cable news, including a pastor's inflammatory prediction that the country could be destroyed and a civil war would ensue if the President was removed from office.

Hillary Clinton: 'I'm in favor of moving toward impeachment'

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced Tuesday that she supports impeaching President Donald Trump in light of her former presidential campaign rival's recent actions involving Ukraine as Democrats formalize impeachment proceedings against the President, calling him

Clinton: Trump asked foreign for help winning election ‘again'

Hillary Clinton slammed President Donald Trump on Friday after his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani admitted to asking Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, who is currently the Democratic front-runner to challenge Trump in next year's presidential election.

Hillary Clinton: ‘We should not nuke hurricanes'

Hillary Clinton on Monday offered a succinct and pithy response to a report that President Donald Trump has suggested dropping nuclear bombs into hurricanes to prevent them from reaching the United States.

Senate investigators find no evidence China hacked Clinton server

A long-running Republican-led investigation into the handling of classified information on Hillary Clinton's private email server did not find any evidence that China had successfully hacked the former secretary of state, confirming the findings of the FBI, according to a memo released by two senior senators this week.