The Department of Homeland Security said it has completed on-site risk assessments of election systems in just nine of 17 states that have formally requested them so far. It has pledged to do so by November for every state that…
By Associated Press
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is urging West Virginia voters to reject a former federal convict and coal baron running in the Republican Senate primary, arguing that Don Blankenship would lose the general election. Trump tweets on Monday: “To…
By Gisela Salomon, Claudia Torrens, Associated Press
The intensity of political attention is new for Puerto Ricans, who are accustomed to not having much political clout. While they are U.S. citizens, they cannot vote in the presidential election while on the island, which is a territory not…
Now it has become clear that liberal women are making good on their promises to try to rebuild the Democratic Party after the 2016 election.
By Jessica Yarvin
Republicans have poured money into the special election race to replace former Rep. Trent Franks, who represented a conservative congressional district outside of Phoenix.
By Bob Christie, Associated Press
DALLAS — As Dallas has evolved from reliably red to deeply blue, joining many other big cities, one enclave has remained the beating heart of country club conservatism — home to Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens…
The survey was released Wednesday, as Trump faced mounting legal challenges from both Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation and a separate probe by federal prosecutors into his longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen.
By Lisa Mascaro, Associated Press
Paul Ryan's plans have been the source of much speculation amid Republican concerns over keeping their majority in the House of Representatives.
By Gary Fineout, Associated Press
Florida's Republican Gov. Rick Scott announced Monday he's running to unseat Florida's Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson. Scott, a friend and ally of President Donald Trump is being term-limited out of office after eight years as governor.
By Jessica Yarvin
A growing number of Democrats running for Congress in 2018 are foregoing contributions from political action committees, opting for a more grassroots approach to fundraising in a bid to appeal to the party’s progressive base. Candidates, progressive activists and Democratic…
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