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Massachusetts politicians – including Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren – who may be mulling a 2020 White House run should think carefully about the decision, The Boston Globe’s editorial board suggested in a piece posted Thursday.
Trump confidant Roger Stone spoke Thursday afternoon at the American Priority Conference in Washington, D.C., coming out swinging to defend President Trump, his friend of 40 years, as well as his own name involved in the investigation of potential collusion between the president’s team and Russia...
U.S. Rep. David Valadao, R-Calif., conceded to Democrat T.J. Cox Thursday, ending his bid for a fourth term in Congress a month after Election Day and eight days after Cox claimed victory in the race to represent California's 21st congressional district.
The special funeral train carrying former President George H.W. Bush was en route College Station, Texas on Thursday in the last leg of his journey.
The Environmental Protection Agency announced Thursday a plan to roll back Obama administration-era coal emissions standards.
North Carolina Republican Party officials are signaling that they might support a new election in the House race between Republican Mark Harris and Democrat Dan McCready, amid reports of possible illegal ballot harvesting and fraud by a GOP-linked operative.
A Supreme Court case concerning double-jeopardy rules is receiving outsized attention due to its potential implications for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe.
President Trump could nominate William Barr, who led the Justice Department under President George H.W. Bush's administration, as his next attorney general.
Democrats could do away with a rule that allows lawmakers to bring firearms onto Capitol grounds – including in their offices – as they prepare to take control of the House next year.
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi is digging in amid the fight over funding for President Trump's promised border wall, signaling Thursday she won’t accept a deal on DACA in exchange for wall money.
U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley was set for a showdown Thursday over a historic U.S.-led bid to have the world body formally condemn Hamas for its terrorist activities against Israel -- a fight that, if successful, would go down as a signature achievement for the departing ambassador.
Congress on Thursday approved a short-term spending bill to avoid a partial government shutdown, punting the thorny debate over border wall funding and other issues until later in the month.
Republican Rep. Carlos Curbelo lost his seat to a Democratic challenger in the midterm elections, but he still has a vision for the GOP – and it doesn’t include what he calls “Trumpism.”
A reported meeting last month between Democratic darling Beto O’Rourke and Barack Obama has underscored the difficult position the former president finds himself in, as numerous allies and former administration members consider a 2020 White House bid and seek his counsel in the process.
George H.W. Bush was eulogized Thursday by his former secretary of state as a beacon of humility and decency -- and America's “best one-term president” -- during a second funeral service in Texas, where the former president will be laid to rest on the grounds of his official library and...
Ever since The Oak Ridge Boys were asked to perform at former President George H.W. Bush’s funeral, the country music group reportedly made sure to take suits with them wherever they traveled just in case.
Former President George H.W. Bush is finally home in Texas where he will be laid to rest later Thursday.
Presumptive 2020 Democratic presidential candidates currently in Congress are unsure whether to support President Trump-backed criminal justice reform, even as progressive groups endorse it.