The movement to abolish ICE is gaining traction in New Mexico's first congressional district, where one of two candidates who support the cause is likely to win Tuesday's primaries.
Bill Clinton said he got "hot under the collar" when he answered questions about Monica Lewinsky on the Today show.
The Progressive Change Campaign Committee is going after centrist Democrats this cycle, starting with California House candidate Dave Min.
If Democrats let Republicans run with anti-immigrant messaging during the primaries, it could be hard for them to regain control of the narrative in a general election.
President Donald Trump’s domestic gag rule could further jeopardize vulnerable Republicans, whose pro-life views could alienate some segments of their base.
Women make up 40 percent of the Democratic Party's House nominees, with 72 of them clinching decisive victories so far this cycle.
Stacey Abrams won her primary in Georgia Tuesday night, bringing her that much closer to becoming the country's first black female governor.
For the first time, polling from Reuters shows Democrats slipping behind Republicans on a generic ballot.
Immigration officials are targeting otherwise law-abiding undocumented immigrants as part of the Trump administration's crackdown on illegal immigration.
A New York appeals court ruled Thursday that Trump accuser Summer Zervos's case could move forward.
Anita Hill made the #MeToo movement a centerpiece of her commencement address to Rutgers law students on Thursday.
Kara Eastman, a first-time candidate running in Nebraska’s 2nd district, edged out the Democratic Party’s choice candidate, Brad Ashford.
The Trump administration is reportedly moving forward with plans to separate children from their parents at the border, though officials maintain "no decisions have been made at this time."