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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.
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.
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.
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.
The federal judge who oversaw the fraud trial of Paul Manafort this summer is moving ahead with plans to sentence the former Trump campaign chairman, complicating Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s deal to have Manafort finish cooperating with his team first.
On paper, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker would seem a safe bet to cruise to a third term, with three consecutive electoral victories under his belt. But 2018 could be different.
Former first lady Michelle Obama on Thursday openly challenged calls from Hillary Clinton and Eric Holder for Democrats to eschew civility in favor of confrontational politics, saying she "absolutely" stands by her famous slogan, "when they go low, we go high."
The Republican challenging Keith Ellison for Minnesota attorney general slammed the congressman in a new attack ad, citing the domestic violence allegations that have been raised against him.
West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin tried to secure a personal “Governor’s Helicopter” during his time as the state’s governor using funding from a prescription drug settlement that was intended to combat illegal drug use.
President Trump told Fox News he is “surprised” Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein won’t testify Thursday on Capitol Hill about reports the Justice Department official suggested secretly wearing a wire to record the president, considering their conversation on Air Force One earlier this...
First lady Melania Trump, in a revealing interview, said she is among the “most bullied” people in the world and declared President Trump can’t trust certain White House staffers.
A recent campaign ad for Florida Rep. Gus Bilirakis touts the "Bilirakis Interdict Act" to combat the nation's opioid crisis by improving screening for U.S. Customs and Border Protection to catch fentanyl coming into the country.
President Trump, in an interview Thursday with “Fox & Friends,” rebuked Eric Holder for his call to “kick” Republicans and spurn civility, saying the Obama attorney general’s comments were “disgusting” and “dangerous.”
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said he plans to introduce a bill this week to cut off all military aid to Saudi Arabia until missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is returned alive.
Former President Barack Obama had a plan to validate the 2016 election in the event that then-candidate Donald Trump lost and challenged the results.