Item one: Republicans are planning to blame Democrats.
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"If we don’t win on Nov. 6, 2018, we’re screwed. Just screwed."
Forget the War on Christmas, Mitch McConnell has a new battle on his hands.
President Donald Trump, who has said the government could use a "good" shutdown, is blaming Democrats for the possibility it could happen.
The GOP celebrated Wednesday what Senator Jon Tester called "one of the shittiest bills" ever.
The name of the banquet, formerly the "Jefferson-Jackson Dinner," has been changed by other states to distance themselves from the slave-owning presidents that it once celebrated.
Democrats are uniting against President Trump, but will it be enough to win back Congress in 2018?
Thirteen Democrats want the president’s son-in-law to detail any conversations he may have had with foreign interests concerning financing of a Manhattan building.
Black voters, especially women, allowed Doug Jones to beat Roy Moore, but they're still losing faith in the Democrats.
Here's how much money Jones raised in his victory campaign over Moore.
Democrats maintained their support, while the percentage of people likely to vote Republican fell.
The planned demolition is part of Israel's larger plan to substantially expand its settlements throughout the West Bank.
Democrats were far more critical of their own party members.
“There’s no real danger to America from refugees who’ve gone through our vetting system,” Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut said.
Jason Kander, a rising Democratic star, is going cross-country as the host of a new Crooked Media podcast.
Trump voters may not have regrets, but they do appear to have doubts about voting for him again in 2020.
Accusations between Democrats and Republicans come a week after special counsel Robert Mueller moved forward with charges against Trump campaign members.
The results showed opinions about the Democratic Party are at a 25-year low.
“I will stand here in the well of the Congress, and I will call for the impeachment of the president of the United States of America," Green said during a House floor speech.