The president and his allies may have aimed for plausible deniability — but his supporters seemed to understand exactly what he meant.
Warren and Sanders will face off on the first night.
If nominated and confirmed, Scalia would succeed Alex Acosta, who resigned over his role as a prosecutor in the Jeffrey Epstein case.
When, where and who to watch, and what to watch for.
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Trump waited a full 13 seconds — literally until the chants stopped.
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A running list, which keeps growing.
The senator’s campaign was the first to unionize, a fact Sanders has touted, but its employees say they are struggling to make ends meet, documents show.
Emotional responses from across the country show some voters outraged and others overjoyed by the president’s latest polarizing act.
An ad created by the party claims that a group of minority Democratic congresswomen want "anarchy."
In this edition: Julián Castro's long game, the Biden-Sanders health-care wars, and the 37-dimensional chess of Trump and the "squad."
“There are very substantial issues as to the sufficiency of the evidence,” Judge Anthony J. Trenga said Thursday in Alexandria federal court.
Paul and Lee held up the measure Wednesday as they pressed for votes on their proposed amendments. It’s now set for a vote next week.;
A judge ordered the release of investigative materials involving the federal probe of payments made to protect Trump’s candidacy.
The Minnesota Democrat argued that the president’s call for her to “go back” to her country is aimed not just at her but at all those who come from a similar background.
The two North Carolina Republicans’ divergent responses to the chant at Wednesday’s Trump rally in their state underscore how the president’s attacks on four minority congresswomen have roiled the GOP.
“We will remain clear-eyed with respect to our unity of purpose,’’ five House leaders said in a statement Thursday. Pelosi is to meet next week with Rep. Ocasio-Cortez.
Trump was the first to say Omar should go back to her country. At the rally, he waited 13 seconds for the chants to die down. Then he kept talking about Omar.
There were 11 calls in two hours as Michael Cohen tried to silence Stormy Daniels's allegations.
Several in the GOP sought to walk a fine line between criticizing the chant and supporting the president’s efforts to turn Somali-born Omar and three other minority lawmakers into the face of the Democratic Party.
The ads targeted Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) and Ammar Campa-Najjar, a Democrat of Palestinian and Mexican descent who is challenging Hunter for his seat.
The senator from New Jersey spoke of love, unity and justice at a Washington Post event. Many Democrats have wondered if that’s enough to take on Trump.