The 2020 presidential campaign is well underway.Any Democrat with dreams of occupying the Oval Office can see Donald Trump is a vulnerable president who hasn’t broadened his appeal beyond his base. A lot of them are running for their party’s nomination next year.
There’s been a whirlwind of developments with the various investigations around President Donald Trump and his associates in the past 24 hours — and the biggest news may not relate to special counsel Robert Mueller.
Beto O’Rourke, who came strikingly close to ousting Sen. Ted Cruz, only to lose the Senate race by slightly more than two points — and with it his congressional seat — isn’t discouraged.
Special counsel Robert Mueller is expected to submit his long-awaited report on the Trump-Russia investigation to the Department of Justice soon. And House Democrats really, really want it to be made public.
The college admissions scandal that started with a wide-ranging investigation of wealthy parents paying to fraudulently get their kids into colleges and ended with indictments against actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, among others, has caused an uproar, and understandably so.
Neomi Rao is officially Brett Kavanaugh’s replacement on the DC Circuit. She’s faced scrutiny for her writings on sexual assault.
The Senate just confirmed Neomi Rao, a judicial nominee who was under scrutiny for her past writings on sexual assault, to fill the DC Circuit Court seat previously held by Brett Kavanaugh.
From a policy standpoint, the single most important thing about former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort’s sentencing on Wednesday in federal court is an observation from his lawyers: He never even would have ended up charged under normal circumstances.
A four-year fight to expand overtime pay to millions of workers may soon be over. About 1.2 million workers will win and 2.8 million will lose.
As House Democrats released their latest version of the DREAM Act this week, they are already looking ahead to the much more difficult challenge of a comprehensive immigration overhaul.
The Senate just voted to end America’s involvement in Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen — rebuking President Donald Trump and likely forcing him to veto the measure within days.