Tess Conciatori is a politics production assistant at PBS NewsHour.
In the crowd of 2020 competitors, Democratic presidential candidate John Delaney sees himself as “probably the most moderate candidate in this field.” The former Maryland congressman told PBS NewsHour anchor and managing editor Judy Woodruff in a Wednesday…
Former Vice President Joe Biden is a Washington veteran who spent decades as a U.S. senator and is now on his third run for president. Here's where he stands on key issues.
The Cavaliers brought that title home to a campus and city in need of a reason to celebrate.
Manafort was among the first of 34 individuals and a number of corporations to be indicted in special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election. On Thursday he was sentenced by a federal judge to 47…
Though Special Counsel Robert Mueller may be nearing a final report, these congressional probes signal that scrutiny of Trump’s business ties, policies and presidential campaign is far from over.
Here is where former Maryland congressman and White House contender John Delaney stands on some of the key issues of the 2020 election cycle.
The new lawmakers in the 116th Congress will inherit last year’s problems, including the partial government shutdown, but they will not look like past sessions of Congress.
The new schedule for the Democratic primaries in 2020 includes guidelines on the number of official debates, when they’ll be held, and who will be eligible to participate.
A federal judge offered former national security adviser Michael Flynn a chance to delay his sentencing in exchange for cooperating further with federal investigators, and Flynn agreed.
Michael Cohen, Trump's former attorney, did not share enough information to avoid jail time and should still be sent to prison, federal prosecutors argued. Here's what to expect from his sentencing.
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