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Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., who is running in a tightly contested U.S. Senate race, implied that her home state produced "crazy" in a 2011 speech in which she also promised to advise liberal activists on how to "stop your state from becoming Arizona."
The Democratic Socialists of America reports at least 46 other Democratic socialist candidates have won primaries this year, and that the organization has grown from 7,000 members to 50,000 since President Trump was elected.
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner urged a return to civility as federal police investigate a text of a graphic beheading sent to his wife before his vote for the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
After bare-knuckled Kavanaugh fight, few Democrats were eager to meet GOP demands. But campaign realities dictated otherwise.
Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton fired back at President Donald Trump Thursday after he claimed a day earlier that Clinton engaged in a conspiracy with Russia.
Montgomery County's Fourth Congressional District race highlights sharp differences over China. The Republican wants to punish the Chinese with tariffs for years of technology theft while the Democrat calls tariffs dangerous. Her husband's firm imports bicycles from China.
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump defended continuing huge sales of U.S. weapons to Saudi Arabia on Thursday despite rising pressure from lawmakers to punish the kingdom over the disappearance of a Saudi journalist who lived in the United States and is now feared dead.
With less than a month until November's midterm elections, Republicans are now going on the offensive in several Senate races as part of a reinvigorated effort not only to hold onto their slim majority in the upper chamber, but to expand it significantly.
Union members said Ellison will stand against decisions like the Supreme Court’s Janus ruling.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Live from the Oval Office, it's Kanye West with a jaw-dropping performance.
Michael Cohen, President Trump's former lawyer who admitted to violating federal campaign finance laws, has re-registered as a Democrat, his lawyer said Thursday.