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After bare-knuckled Kavanaugh fight, few Democrats were eager to meet GOP demands. But campaign realities dictated otherwise.
In this edition: Five lessons from debate season, Bernie Sanders and his discontents, and the Kavanaugh conundrum for Tennessee (and West Virginia) Democrats.
A new cast of celebrities and famous-for-politics personalities enter the stage as the wide-open presidential race starts to take shape.
The last will of the people, and testament. (BLOG POST)
In the Senate, the Republicans had a significant head start.
More than twice as many Democrats have asked for absentee ballots this year compared with 2014.
"You had these people waiting for hours, many hours. And if I didn’t go, that would have been the wrong thing, too," President Trump said.
Over 45 minutes, the president made an array of assertions about 2020 contenders, his attorney general, the former attorney general and much more.
Republicans have no business claiming to be the grownups.
If Democrats take the House, the Senate or both, they may wield enough legislative power to block the citizenship question.
Embittered Democrats are rewriting the former first lady's words as they call for a more combative approach.