The most memorable campaign event I attended in 2016 was a rally for John Kasich in Rhode Island.
The GOP is shrugging its shoulders at an urgent deadline to renew the most important U.S. law protecting abuse victims.
FBI officials in California and Washington, D.C. are reportedly investigating, and according to Rolling Stone, the campaign is now going public about the incidents.
Trump said Senate nominee Corey Stewart has ‘a major chance of winning.’ It certainly doesn’t look that way.
Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) struggled to explain why he’s the only Republican who has co-sponsored a bill that would make lynching a federal hate crime.
Trump claimed he would drain the swamp. Now the first member of Congress to endorse him is pulling out of his election following a corruption arrest.
It apparently isn’t a consideration among him and his colleagues that their role in Congress is not to protect the president but to be a check on his power.
Rashida Tlaib is set to become the first Muslim woman in Congress — and she’s part of a historic wave of diverse women candidates who are reshaping the Democratic Party.
A top Trump cheerleader in Congress faces serious charges for an unbelievably obvious attempt at insider trading.
In 2016, Cruz denounced Trump as everything from a “pathological liar” and a “serial philanderer” to “utterly immoral.”
And although Republicans seemed to have pulled off a narrow victory and hold onto the seat, the results cannot be encouraging for them.
“And I’ll tell you this,” he added. “Legacies will be remembered for people who stuck on principle and didn’t fail in the face of adversity. He’s failed in the face of adversity.”
The $1 trillion-plus annual Trump budget deficits that are about to start will soon create huge policy challenges for future generations of Americans.
Right-wing writer Bill Fawell, a Republican-backed congressional nominee in Illinois, has pushed conspiracy theories about tragedies such as the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting…
New polls show Democrat Danny O’Connor gaining significantly in the past month in an Aug. 7 special election outside of Columbus, Ohio.
For anyone who ever believed that the Republican Party stands for patriotism and freedom, as advertised, this sudden subservience to a foreign dictator must be stunning.
Some of those states have used Crosscheck’s analyses to turn a bland voter roll bookkeeping process (removing dead people, people who moved) into a partisan cudgel.
The conservative firebrand is now neck-and-neck with challenger Beto O’Rourke, a relative unknown in Texas who has run a fierce campaign to oust the sitting senator.
All but one Senate Republican voted against providing additional funds to secure state election systems.
The most recent generic polls show Democrats with a big lead over Republicans on who should control the House in the next Congress.
In April, Politico listed 16 incumbent House Republicans who were lagging behind Democrats in fundraising.
Ultra-rich CEOs are raking in even more millions of dollars, thanks to the GOP’s tax scam.
Republicans live in an Alice-in-Wonderland World where they can pass $1.5 trillion in tax cuts that won’t cost anything.
Scandal-plagued Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA), known as Putin’s favorite congressman, dined with alleged Russian spy Mariia Butina at an upscale D.C. restaurant in 2017.
The sheer hubris of Rep. Jim Jordan’s decision to run for House speaker in the middle of a sex abuse scandal shows just how far the modern GOP has fallen.