For Sens. Kamala D. Harris and Cory A. Booker, Democratic presidential candidates who were promoting an anti-lynching bill, the "attack" on actor Jussie Smollett in Chicago looked like a horrible yet opportune talking point.
Top 20: The most read Washington Times stories in 2019
Here are the 20 most read Washington Times stories of 2019.
Former CIA chief John O. Brennan now says his months of attacks on President Trump may have been based on "bad information."
The House ruled Tuesday that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's criticism of President Trump violates the chamber's rules.
The incident involving the Covington Catholic High School boys last month at the Lincoln Memorial may be long over, but the legal battle has just begun.
Texas is asserting its sovereign immunity against Congress, telling Democrats on two congressional committees this week that the state has no obligation to comply with their investigative demands.
Republican Sen. John Kennedy of Louisiana offered a blunt opinion Wednesday night of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's effort to impeach President Trump.
Self-declared socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who regularly rails against the rich and complains about the cost of living inside the Beltway, spent nearly $300 on her hairdo at a pricey salon she frequents in downtown Washington.
The White House and members of the Trump family Wednesday slammed a constitutional scholar for referencing 13-year-old Barron Trump during the House Judiciary Committee's impeachment hearing.
Procter & Gamble's Always feminine hygiene brand announced it is removing feminine symbols from its packaging in the name of inclusivity.
For people who don't treasure the prospect of listening to President Trump give a speech on the border crisis, Stormy Daniels has your back.
Former FBI Director James B. Comey said Thursday that he thinks President Trump likely has committed crimes that could be cause for indictment once he leaves office and, were he not president, likely would already have been indicted.
A private group announced Monday that it has constructed a half-mile wall along a section of the U.S.-Mexico border in New Mexico, in what it said was a first in the border debate.
Native American activist Nathan Phillips faces questions about reports that he's a veteran of the Vietnam war.
The builders of a private border wall in New Mexico have been ordered by an international agency to keep a gate permanently open.
Ted Nugent took aim Tuesday at a new rule prohibiting baiting and feeding deer and elk in Michigan, insisting the ban will lead to "widespread civil disobedience" among fellow hunters.
President Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen says he has new information to offer Democrats if authorities reduce or delay his upcoming three-year prison sentence.
The Justice Department's Criminal Division has already investigated President Trump's conversation with the Ukrainian president about Joseph R. Biden and concluded Mr. Trump did not violate campaign finance laws, officials announced Wednesday.
Evangelist Franklin Graham is asking the nation to pray for President Trump as the impeachment inquiry continues, accompanied by nonstop media coverage.
A former federal prosecutor has emerged as special counsel Robert Mueller's most persistent courtroom critic. He is Eric A. Dubelier, a litigator for the Reed Smith law firm who knows international law and the D.C. playing field.
In an impeachment trial in the Senate, President Trump would look up to see one of his Washington establishment foes, Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., presiding over the historic proceedings from the dais in the upper chamber.