In the span of a tumultuous afternoon, a low-profile special election became a Republican nightmare that threatens a once-safe Senate seat — and offers a new window into ugly divisions that continue to plague the GOP in the age of…
By Steve Peoples, Associated Press
Jubilant Democrats across America are declaring their big election victories in Virginia and New Jersey — their first of the young Trump era — mark the beginning of an anti-Trump surge that could re-shape the balance of power in Congress…
Senate GOP leader says Alabama's Moore should step aside if report of sexual contact with underage teen true.
By Larisa Epatko
The air pollution has gotten so bad in Delhi, India, that authorities have advised people with breathing problems to stay inside and closed 6,000 schools for most of the week.
By Christina A. Cassidy, Associated Press
A member of President Donald Trump's commission on voter fraud sued in federal court on Thursday, alleging that the commission is violating federal law by excluding him and others from participating in the work of the commission.
Five officers will receive the U.S. Capitol Police Medal of Honor today for their response to the June shooting at a congressional baseball practice that left five people injured, including House Majority Whip Steve Scalise.
By Associated Press
The Country Music Association initially asked reporters covering the show to refrain from asking musicians about politics or recent shootings. Artists and journalists balked and the restrictions were lifted.
By Thomas Beaumont and David Eggert, Associated Press
Marking a year since President Donald Trump's election, his fiercest advocates offered different approaches Wednesday for the Republican Party's way forward after some tough losses Tuesday.
By Associated Press
Phillipe Cunningham narrowly won a northwestern Minneapolis ward by defeating longtime incumbent and council president Barb Johnson. His victory wasn't announced until Wednesday afternoon, due to the instant-runoff voting system Minneapolis uses.
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
Emboldened by election wins, Democrats are starting to see a political edge in health care, particularly widening Medicaid access for more low-income people.
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