Republicans can't quit Trump, despite his election rhetoric
With fidelity to former President Donald Trump all but solidified, America's Republican Party is tilting towards an outright embrace of an unsettling falsehood: that Democrats stole the 2020 election.
What's next for Trump, the Republican Party and Biden?
The US Senate acquitted Donald Trump on Saturday of the charge of inciting the January 6 assault on the US Capitol in an unprecedented second impeachment trial.
US House disciplines extremist Republican after QAnon storm
A Democratic-led US House voted Thursday to discipline a congresswoman who embraced QAnon conspiracy theories, capping weeks of mounting turmoil over holding to account a lawmaker whose extremist rhetoric caused a rupture in Republican ranks.
Republican Senate leader calls US lawmaker a cancer on party: report
Top US Senate Republican Mitch McConnell reportedly launched scathing criticism Monday of a controversial firebrand in his party, assailing congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene as a "cancer" to the Republican brand.
10 Republicans propose alternate Covid relief plan to Biden
A group of 10 Republican senators have written President Joe Biden to propose an alternative to his massive Covid-19 relief plan, arguing that their approach could garner the bipartisan support he has said he seeks.
Republican senator to object to certification of Biden win
A Republican senator said Wednesday that he will object to Congress's certification next week of the results of the November 3 US presidential election, a move that may slightly delay -- but not derail -- the final confirmation of Democrat Joe Biden's victory.
Biden in leaked audio says Republicans beat ‘living hell out of us’
U.S. President-elect Joe Biden has reportedly said that the Republican Party “beat the living hell out of us” in the Nov. 3 election, due to calls by Democrats to defund the police.
The last desperate act of a liar
Donald Trump believes he is the best thing to happen to the United States of America. His Republican Party supporters believe this atrocious claim too. Fifty-one million of them wanted him to continue in office for a second four-year term. That to me, is the real shock of the November 3 presidential election for several…
Trump warns of violent change if Republicans lose midterms
US President Donald Trump warned evangelical leaders that if Republicans lose control of Congress in the midterm elections, Democrats will institute change "quickly and violently," The New York Times has reported.
US Senator John McCain to miss key tax vote
US Senator John McCain will miss a key vote on the Republican tax bill because of a viral infection, further narrowing the already-thin margin of support for the controversial plan.