Trump excused his daughter Ivanka’s use of a private email server for government business after years of saying Hillary Clinton should be jailed for her email usage.
For loyal Democrats, it must be painful to realize that so much of the criticism of your party turns out to be true.
A new report shows Democrats are already anticipating financial investigations of Trump’s ties to Russia, and more.
The federal sentencing reforms that Donald Trump endorsed last week could shorten the terms of 2,700 or so drug offenders who are already in prison and perhaps another 2,200 who are sent there each year.
Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith’s past is catching up with her.
Republicans in Congress tried to sweep it under the rug a year ago, but now the scandal over Ivanka’s emails has gotten too big to ignore.
During the months between the march and the midterm, American women mounted an unprecedented political mobilization.
A House committee started a bipartisan inquiry into Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s private email accounts. Republicans dropped it before the truth could be discovered.
The tiny faction of Democrats who aim to block Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s election as House speaker are only missing two things: a candidate of their own and a rationale that makes sense.
Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith drew national outrage — and now her donors are asking for their money back.
A proven master at running the legislature, she’s plug-and-play ready and able to steer Democrats through these chaotic times.
Fake news is a massive problem on the right — as even GOP Sen. Mike Lee is apparently realizing.
A Hoyer speakership would be a catastrophe for the left.
Earlier this year, on April 26, a new museum dedicated to the victims of American white supremacy opened in Montgomery, Alabama.
The president had endorsed a reform bill, but that didn’t matter to Mitch.
“This is a very bad idea, House Democrats. It makes no sense whatsoever to give Republicans veto power over progressive legislation.”
With hate crimes surging nationwide, not a single Republican will sign on as a co-sponsor to a bill to address the problem.
Up for re-election in 2020, a vulnerable Sen. Susan Collins faces a tough slog after voting to put an alleged attempted rapist on the Supreme Court.
Mitch McConnell blocked a bipartisan effort in the Senate to protect special counsel Robert Mueller, even as Trump ramps up his attempts to evade justice.
Flake announced that he will be blocking 21 judicial nominees that have been sent to the Senate Judiciary Committee, where he holds a key swing vote.
Federal court will hear appeal from lawyers for the campaign of Sen. Bill Nelson.
The blue wave had some black riders.
The historic election staunches Democratic losses in the Senate — and gives Democrats another path to win in 2020.
But eight years later, Democrats have now re-won the House majority, and what was the galvanizing cause that propelled the party to victory? You guessed right.
In the next two years, Congress is not likely to do much right, but it’s also not likely to do much wrong.