At least a dozen people who formerly worked under President Barack Obama reportedly are running for office for the first time in the midterm elections.
Five far-right conspiracy theories that made their way into the government's inner circles.
The conservative attacks on special counsel Robert Mueller continued unabated Tuesday
Basketball legend Charles Barkley once said, “I am not a role model,” but the aggressive Hall of Famer has become a hero to Democrats in recent weeks as he took on the right.
President Donald Trump, who has said the government could use a "good" shutdown, is blaming Democrats for the possibility it could happen.
The Vermont senator tells Trump to "keep your promise" not to slash entitlements, which he warns the GOP will gut next.
House Republicans will need to vote on their House Bill one more time.
Democrats voted unanimously against the $1.5 trillion GOP tax plan, which passed by a vote of 227-203.
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has different rules for Republicans and Democrats when it comes to passing legislation.
It's all because of the repeal of the individual mandate in Obamacare.
Republicans have finalized their tax plan, and things are looking good for the 1 percent.
King said Bannon should be cut off from the Republican Party after Moore's upset loss to Democratic candidate Doug Jones.
Here's how much money Jones raised in his victory campaign over Moore.
Republican members of Congress are gunning to limit taxpayers’ ability to write off losses from wildfires and other natural disasters.
A long-awaited analysis admits infrastructure and welfare programs will have to be reformed to pay for the Republican tax bill.
President Donald Trump has been threatening a government shutdown since May, and his wish may finally be fulfilled this week. Unless action is taken, the federal government will run out of funding at midnight on Friday.
The Republican tax plan will likely hit college students with new and significant financial burdens, but two key demographics will benefit from the new bill—the dead and severely disabled.
Senate Democrats are warning constituents that the newly passed Republican tax overhaul could lead to significant cuts to entitlement programs.
Democrats maintained their support, while the percentage of people likely to vote Republican fell.
Alex Castellanos brought up impeachment while painting a grim outlook for the GOP.
America’s fiscal strength is inextricably linked to its military power, and the Senate tax bill, which passed at two in the morning on Saturday, will diminish the United States’ fiscal stability by adding between $1 trillion and $1.4 trillion to the Federal debt over the next decade, according to the non-partisan Coalition for Fiscal and National Security.
The Florida senator says that increased deficit spending will require cuts to entitlements.