Despite a Russia scandal engulfing the White House, a historically unpopular health-care plan wrenching Capitol Hill and no major GOP legislative achievement, Democrats are still struggling to tell voters what their party stands for.
By Steve Peoples and Bill Barrow, Associated Press
As the Texas legislature heads into a special session to revive the "bathroom bill," conservative groups are vowing revenge on Republican lawmakers in Texas who don't approve it. Whether the law is enacted or not, the issue looms large over…
By Will Weissert, Associated Press
Democrats are coming off a crushing defeat in last year’s presidential election. But they are feeling optimistic about their chances in the 2018 midterm elections, thanks to the GOP’s early struggle to enact its agenda in Congress, President Donald Trump’s…
By Jessica Yarvin
Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake faces a tough test next year that is emblematic of the challenges many Republicans will encounter in the first midterm election of the Trump presidency. The left is energized on issues like health care, and the…
By Bob Christie, Associated Press
Most political experts agree the Democrats’ chances of regaining control of the House and Senate next year are slim. Swing Left is trying anyway.
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