All across the country, Republicans are trying to fight the coming blue wave by keeping as many Democratic-leaning voters as possible from voting.
Over and over again, the same president who promised to drain the swamp has used his position to enrich himself at our expense.
A campaign event meant to energize supporters of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz ended up quickly turning into a Donald Trump 2020 rally on Monday night.
While Donald Trump was hosting a game show on NBC, then-President Barack Obama was saving the U.S. economy. Now he's trying to claim credit for it.
Every step of the way, the Saudis have been changing their story and the president has been giving them the benefit of the doubt.
A stunning 340,000 Georgia voters did not move or die, at Brian Kemp claims. They simply got removed from the voter rolls without any notice.
Donald Trump is being played by some of America's most dangerous adversaries, and it could have devastating consequences.
Not only did Trump appear to have been directly involved in a decision to line his own pockets, but his administration lied to Congress about it.
We don't need Robert Mueller's findings to be published to know that Donald Trump has committed multiple impeachable offenses.
These desperate Republican tactics show just how terrified the party is of the looming blue wave that threatens to wipe them out of power.
Every step of the way, the GOP has been fighting to take health care away millions of Americans. Now they want you to forget it ever happened.
All across the country, from Texas to Georgia to North Dakota, Republicans aren't waging a war of ideas. They're waging a war on voting rights.
If you're wondering why Donald Trump is helping the Saudis cover up a brutal murder of a Washington Post columnist, just follow the money.
Trump's own deputy attorney general, Rod Rosenstein, just dismantled the lie that Robert Mueller's special counsel investigation is a witch hunt.
Donald Trump can spin all he wants, but he is alone in his belief that the Nov. 6 elections will have no connection to him.
While Trump's response to the murder of a Washington Post journalist has been troubling, it shouldn't be all that surprising.
The Ohio governor blasted the president for putting the sale of American weapons ahead of the murder of a journalist that was a legal U.S. resident.
What's clear is that Trump knows his party is in for a rude awakening in November, particularly in House races, and he's trying to get out from under it.
Following the lead of his man-child idol, Fox News hack Sean Hannity is throwing a tantrum over a new book published by Republican Sen. Ben Sasse.
In a close contest, GOP suppression efforts in North Dakota could choke off enough Native American voters to steal them a pivotal U.S. Senate seat.