Sen. Paul has become one of Trump's biggest defenders on Russia, turning a blind eye to what increasingly looks like criminal conduct.
Congress must follow legal precedent and impeach the president like they did when Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton were in the White House.
Democrats will be immediately putting an end to yet another Republican, wasteful, stupid, partisan, conspiracy-based "investigation" - this one the investigation into fired FBI Director James Comey.
The Republican-controlled Wisconsin legislature passed a bill to weaken the powers of the incoming Democratic governor and attorney general, voting around dawn on Wednesday after debates that lasted through the night.
Protesters chanting "Shame!" disrupted a tree-lighting ceremony and a legislative session at the Wisconsin state capitol on Tuesday as Republican lawmakers moved toward a vote on bills to weaken the incoming Democratic governor and attorney general.
Republican lawmakers in Wisconsin were preparing on Tuesday to vote on a raft of bills that would weaken the powers of the state governor and attorney general, weeks before newly elected Democrats take those posts.
Ohio's GOP governor had some of his toughest criticism of Trumpism yet, further signaling that he is positioning himself to run for president in 2020.
Instead of continuing to take the GOP's Pelosi bait, Democrats should stick to the issues that got them elected in massive numbers earlier this month.
The more she speaks, the more clear it becomes: Cindy Hyde-Smith has no business being a United States senator – not even one from Mississippi.
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.
Prior to leaving for Paris, Mr. Trump had an impromptu press interaction and declared he did not know his newly placed Acting Attorney General, Matthew Whitaker, who is now overseeing the Mueller probe.
When Tur pointed out that Georgia voter suppression has disproportionally impacted African American voters, the Brian Kemp supporter couldn't defend it.
As my colleague, Leo Vidal here at PoliticusUSA makes clear regarding Mr. Trump using the most blatant of racist ads to use as his closing argument for the mid-term elections by pinning it up on top of his Twitter feed:
U.S. Senator Joe Manchin was notified his social media accounts had been hacked, his office said on Thursday, amid U.S. government warnings of attempts to interfere in next week's congressional elections.
Republicans in North Dakota know Democrats cannot win in the state if the large population of Native Americans isn't allowed to vote.
By James Oliphant
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Senator Ted Cruz and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker last week learned the same lesson many other Republicans have during this congressional election year: One way or the other, it is hard to escape Donald Trump.
Democratic donor Tom Steyer on Sunday denounced as anti-Semitic a now-deleted tweet from Kevin McCarthy, the No. 2 Republican in the U.S. House of Representatives, that said Steyer and two other wealthy donors were trying to buy the November congressional elections.
As they try to hang on to control of Congress, Republican candidates are following the lead of President Donald Trump and turning to rhetoric about immigrants as a tactic to motivate voters. The scope of that strategy emerges in a nationwide Reuters examination of ad buys, candidates’ social media posts and polling, as well as dozens of interviews with candidates, voters and campaign strategists.
On Saturday, after yet another act of American gun violence, the president is already signaling that he will once again put money over lives.
Democratic-leaning voters in a majority Hispanic Kansas City are receiving notices in the mail listing the wrong polling place.