Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was asked the question by late-night host Stephen Colbert
Trump had been criticized earlier in the day by the Rev. Al Sharpton, who said it was 'an insult to the American people' that the White House was not commemorating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with an official event
King events draw potential Democratic presidential hopefuls
Ingraham claims Ocasio-Cortez enjoys 'the privilege of being a protected member of a class that you can never criticize, lest you be called racist?'
Harris, 54, the daughter of immigrants from Jamaica and India, enters the race with the potential advantage of being the Democratic candidate who looks most like the party's increasingly diverse base
Ahead of the 2020 presidential election, don’t expect any radical announcements
Tamika Mallory appealed directly to Jewish women, while Linda Sarsour promoted the BDS movement
Linda Sarsour at Washington march: 'We will protect our constitutional right to boycott, divest and sanctions in this country' ■ In New York, woman grabs the mic and yells 'The Women's March hates Jews'
The Council on American-Islamic Relations has demanded Annabelle Lima-Taub resign
Justin Amash’s unexplained vote against the anti-Semitism monitor is not the only occasion he has declined to discuss third-rail votes
WATCH Women's March Leader Fails to Condemn Farrakhan's anti-Semitism in Explosive Exchange With Meghan McCain
Tamika Mallory’s response is sure to add fuel to accusations that she is too soft on Farrakhan and has not sufficiently condemned anti-Semitism
When Gabbard ran for Congress in 2012, she apologized to gay activists for her past views
King will be blocked from committee assignments for the next two years after lamenting that white supremacy and white nationalism have become offensive terms
'In terms of running for office, I ran three times. I used only my own money, so I didn’t have to ask anybody what they wanted in return for a contribution'
The Democratic U.S. congresswoman from Hawaii said 'the issue of war and peace' would be the main focus of her campaign
King has long been dubbed "America's white supremacist congressman" for often making remarks in support of white nationalism
Rashida Tlaib was the victim of actual fake news spread online aimed at making the Democrat appear anti-American
Polis, 43, emphasized his inaugural theme, 'Colorado for All,' to mark the historic occasion
Palestinian-American congresswoman was accused of anti-Semitism for tweet blasting anti-BDS bill supporters, claiming, 'They forgot what country they represent'
Tom Steyer, 61, has grown increasingly active in politics over the past decade but has never run for office
Nearly all Senate Democrats vote against proceeding debate on bill, which includes U.S. security assistance to Israel and Jordan, and steps against Syrian regime
Incensed Democrats rebuke Sen. Marco Rubio's accusations amid a tense debate over an anti-BDS bill and a government shutdown
Jewish groups denounced a tweet by the Palestinian-American democratic congresswoman, in which she bashed senators supporting anti-BDS legislation: 'They forgot which country they represent'
Debate centers on two bills against boycotts of Israel and its settlements, with some claiming that 'a significant number of Democrats now support BDS and leaders want to avoid a floor vote that reveals that'
The liberal justice underwent surgery at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York to remove two cancerous nodules in her left lung and was released from the hospital on Dec. 25
'When you look at the words that he uses, which are historic dog whistles of white supremacy'
With a tight smile, Nancy Pelosi however rejected Tlaib’s profanity and her impeachment vow
Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib made the remarks hours after being sworn in while attending a MoveOn.org event
On the first day of the new congress, lawmakers look to combine several Middle East related items into a single bill including the Syria withdrawal and financial aid to Israel
The most underrepresented group is unaffiliated Americans. Twenty-three percent of Americans don’t identify with a religion, but that’s true of just a sole member of Congress