Senator Amy Klobuchar told the Senate Judiciary Committee she would send a letter seeking details about a New York Times article that named the Minnesota Democrat as a target of an aggressive Facebook lobbying campaign that relied partly on a Republican opposition research firm.
While the Trump era has been defined by chaos and division, Biden is appealing to the country with a message of unity and stability.
Sherrod Brown is betting that his version of populism can prevent Donald Trump from winning a second term two years from now.
Republicans might turn a blind eye to the womanizers and criminals that they knowingly support – from Donald Trump to Roy Moore – but Democrats never will.
It's stunning that Democrats were able to gain two Senate seats in a year when they were playing almost exclusively in GOP territory.
Former first lady Michelle Obama said that she could never forgive Trump for his birtherism. The president responded with a series of lies about both Obamas.
Democrats have a clear message for party leaders who will take control of the U.S. House of Representatives next year, according to a Reuters/Ipsos national opinion poll: Protect their healthcare and impeach President Donald Trump.
Democrat Tony Evers won the Wisconsin governor's race on Tuesday, ending the conservative Scott Walker's eight years in power, according to data provider DDHQ.
Instead of following every shiny Trump object, strong progressive candidates have essentially ignored the president's distractions. It's paying off.
The big crowds coming out for Barack Obama are in Trump’s head, as the mentally teetering president mentioned crowd size three times in less than a minute while talking to reporters.
Trump said, “I’m now leaving for Georgia. I’ll be doing a rally. We have a tremendous number of people as you probably know standing outside trying to get in. It’s for Brian Kemp. We’re then going to Tennessee where we have a tremendous crowd. We’re having a lot of crowds. I don’t know what that means, but I guess we always have a lot of crowds. In Tennessee, it’s Marsha Blackburn. She’s doing well. She’s a great candidate. She’ll be a great senator from Tennessee. That will be the second stop. We’ll have a busy day. Tremendous crowds.”
Trump fumed at a rally after thousands of people waited in line and showed up to see former President Obama in Florida.
Twitter Inc deleted more than 10,000 automated accounts posting messages that discouraged people from voting in Tuesday's U.S. election and wrongly appeared to be from Democrats, after the party flagged the misleading tweets to the social media company.
Two days after people walked out on Trump while he was still talking, Obama came to Florida and drew a crowd of 4,000 who waited for hours to hear him speak.
The contest between Sinema and McSally has been one of the closest Senate elections in the country with polls showing the race a virtual tie.
This stunt is not just an insult to the American people, who can see right through it, but it's an abuse of presidential power.
Congressional Democrats on Monday called on U.S. law enforcement authorities to do more to track and prosecute far-right extremists after a mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue and the mailing of bombs to critics of President Donald Trump.
In a multi-front House inquiry of Trump, his business interests and his presidency, Nadler would link arms with Elijah Cummings, who would become head of the House Oversight Committee, and Adam Schiff, who would chair the House Intelligence Committee.
The United Mine Workers of America has donated nearly 84 percent of its money to Democratic candidates and committees in national races, according to a Reuters analysis of campaign finance data. That is a roughly 20-point jump from 2016, when Trump courted coal miners with promises of an industry comeback.
Former President Obama campaigned for Democratic candidates in Wisconsin and he didn't hold anything back while slamming Trump and the GOP.
By Amanda Becker
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The record numbers of women running for office in the United States this year are mostly Democrats, and their party is banking on their candidacies and a widening gender gap on key issues to achieve big wins in the Nov. 6 elections.