Democratic Ohio Rep. Tavia Galonski vowed to refer President Donald Trump to the International Criminal Court for "crimes against humanity."
Republicans accused Democrats of obstructing a badly needed bill in the midst of a national emergency caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
It wasn't long ago that liberal pundits agreed Democratic presidential candiate Joe Biden was out of touch and in cognitive decline.
Phillip Agnew, Bernie Sanders' new senior adviser, apologized for repeatedly calling Michelle Obama unattractive when she was first lady.
Jackie Lacey, the L.A. County district attorney, apologized for her husband after he pointed a gun at Black Lives Matter, or BLM, activists.
Alex Thomas, a Playboy journalist who went to bat for disgraced former Rep. Katie Hill after her resignation, failed to disclose that they were dating.
John Rogers, a Democratic state lawmaker in Alabama took, a stand for transgender athletes, but he reversed himself after being told what transgender means.
Charles Barry boasted thanked Democrats after he was released from jail for the 139th time thanks to a new law that elimated bail for non-violent crimes.
Rolanda Harris, who represents Birmingham, said the proposed legislation, which she calls a “vasectomy bill,” came in response to the state legislature’s Human Life Protection Act, which was signed into law last year and banned almost all abortions in the state.