In a landmark vote Wednesday evening, the Illinois House of Representatives passed the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), moving the measure one step closer to possible enshrinement in the U.S. Constitution.
Blankenship stands a thin chance of prevailing, which was unusual when it comes to the 47 states that have “sore loser” laws, election experts said.
In a weekend tweet, Trump criticized Democrats for a law that calls for separation of immigrant families who cross the border illegally, sending children into detention centers to assure that parents will show up for deportation meetings.
That was the day the Dream Act, to protect young immigrants brought here illegally as children, was first introduced in Congress. Seventeen years later, they are still waiting for protection.
Trump’s ‘chief errand boy’ is facing the first real challenge of his congressional career as voters in his home district grow tired of the clown show.
Staffers for Republican Rep. Tom Garrett reveal he and his wife used them as personal servants, enlisting them to act as ‘gofers.’
No one can come up a legitimate reason for why Devin Nunes and Trey Gowdy are receiving a private briefing on classified documents related to the Russia investigation two hours before they’re scheduled to attend a second briefing with Democrats.
An influx of money from outside spending groups has goosed TV ad spending this mid-term season with a focus on special elections and contested primaries.
House intel Republicans said they found no evidence of collusion or crimes. Perhaps that’s because they didn’t look for either.
Responding to the shooting at Santa Fe High, Houston chief of police Art Acevedo offered a blistering indictment of politicians who refuse to buck the NRA and take action on gun safety.
Reflecting our national inclination both to romanticize what is past and to criticize what is current, Marines will regularly gripe that there is no duty station better than the one they just left and none worse than the one they’re presently at.
Republicans were hoping to flip Senate seats in three states Trump won — but Mitch McConnell is already assuming that’s not going to happen.
The epidemic of deadly campus shootings spreads to Santa Fe High School as Republicans and the NRA stand in the way of gun reform, offering ‘thoughts and prayers’ and nothing else.
Today, senators voted on a resolution to undo a 2017 move by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to end net neutrality regulations, but major television and print media outlets have devoted little more than a few mentions to the issue.
Susan Ellis Wild defeated the anti-choice, anti-immigrant Trump-loving John Morganelli to run for Congress in the state with the largest all-male delegation.
Trump’s embrace of cronyism has led him to nominate Gordon Hartogensis, brother-in-law of Mitch McConnell and Elaine Chao, to run a government agency for which he has no prior experience.