US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Sunday that any women who speak up about inappropriate sexual behavior "should be heard," including President Donald Trump's accusers.
Congress has given themselves a little more breathing room to get through their 2017 to-do list, passing a continuing resolution Thursday on a spending bill that gives them two more weeks to get a final budget to the President's desk.
Rep. Adam Schiff is dismissing the GOP's accusations of bias in the Mueller investigation, saying they're partisan efforts to discredit the investigation's potential findings.
Trump's evolving views on Roy Moore, Dina Powell's White House exit and Sen. Orrin Hatch's political plans -- all that and more is in the "Inside Politics" forecast.
Haley: Trump's accusers of sex misconduct should be heard
Actress Jennifer Lawrence says she has a speech ready for the moment she meets President Donald Trump and "it ends with a martini to the face."
President Donald Trump's approval rating sits at 32%, according to a new poll released by the Pew Research Center, matching the lowest level in any poll on his approval since he took office in January.
Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine said Sunday that she hasn't made a decision yet about whether or not she will vote for the the Republican tax reform plan.
Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore denied that he has ever molested anyone and repeated that he has never met the women who have accused of him sexual assault in an interview with "The Voice of Alabama Politics" on Sunday.
"I just watched Al Franken do the honorable thing and resign," the Democratic senator said. "Why isn't Donald Trump doing the same thing?"
But Richard Shelby says he still wouldn't vote for the Democrat in the race.
The Powerhouse Roundtable debates this week in politics.
Matt Murphy and Andrea Lindenberg, who host the most-listened-to political news program in Alabama, join "This Week."