South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham was sent a letter Thursday, in which the Senate Ethics Committee found he violated its rule about asking for campaign donations in federal buildings.
Graham's attorneys slammed the investigation into former President Donald Trump and his allies' actions in Georgia after the 2020 election as being coordinated with the Jan. 6 committee.
Prominent Republicans continued to criticize the idea of trying an out-of-office president, while some Democrats worried about hampering President Biden's agenda.
Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe told CBS and NPR that officials had discussed invoking the 25th Amendment, a procedure which takes power away from the president.
The president told reporters "we'll have to make a decision" if Christine Blasey Ford "makes a credible showing."
All year, NPR member station reporters around the country have asked people how they would be affected by proposals to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Here are five of those stories.
Chris Ruddy, CEO of a right-wing news site, suggested Trump is considering firing Robert Mueller as special counsel. It might just be another chapter in Trump friends causing chaos, because why not?
The Republican South Carolina senator said the President should reach out to Democrats to fix health care, and fought back against the idea that he wasn't doing enough to investigate Russian meddling.
Trump's former 2016 presidential rivals Jeb Bush and Lindsey Graham both said Friday they cannot support their party's de facto White House nominee.