Rock icon Morrissey will release his first album in three years, his new label distributor announced Tuesday, promising that the work will offer fresh political insights from the outspoken singer. “Low in High-School,” the 11th solo studio album from the British artist whose morose, sardonic lyricism has won him an impassioned fan base, will come out…ADVERTISEMENT
‘My most disturbing day in Congress so far’: Democrat leaves US diplomat’s hearing shaken by Ukraine testimony
The US diplomat who protested against President Trump's pressuring Ukraine to investigate a political rival in exchange for military aid is testifying on Capitol Hill today in a closed-door session. According to reports, Taylor, who was the top American diplomat in Ukraine after Trump’s ouster of Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch, is expected to be questioned by House investigators on what he thinks Trump's motives were in trying to orchestrate a quid pro quo with Ukraine's government.
‘Do us a favor’: 4-page Pelosi fact sheet uses Trump’s own words to make case for impeachment
The document comes as polls show growing public support for impeaching and removing the president.
As House Democrats work to make the case for impeachment to the U.S. public, Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday released a four-page fact sheet outlining how President Donald Trump "betrayed his oath of office" for personal gain by pressuring Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden.
Reporters rattle White House flack over ‘lynching’ tweet: ‘The president is not hanging from a tree’
White House spokesperson Hogan Gidley asserted on Tuesday that President Donald Trump was not talking about the "dark times" of slavery when he compared the ongoing impeachment inquiry to a "lynching."
Gidley made the comments to reporters minutes after he defended the president's remarks on Fox News.
During a press gaggle outside the White House, Gidley was asked if he understood why Trump "could not possibly be a victim of a lynching."