"The thought of spending Tuesday night in the House Chamber, listening to the reckless, self-centered man who occupies the White House holds no interest for me," Representative Earl Blumenauer of Oregon said in a statement.
President Donald Trump is raising tens of millions for his 2020 election campaign as Democrats begin the process of choosing who will challenge him.
President Donald Trump's son Eric Trump told Fox News host Sean Hannity that Democrats would turn America into crisis-hit Venezuela.
New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez plans to give her colleagues a class on "the most effective ways to engage constituents on Twitter."
State Sen. Dinah Sykes and Rep. Stephanie Clayton announced on Facebook their decision to change their party affiliation.
"The structural racism that we're talking about dismantling is in the Party," Massachusetts State Representative-Elect Nika Elugardo said.
It's been a rocky week for the president.
"Sometimes you hear things about, 'Oh, you want a border wall? Oh, you must hate Mexicans,'" Fox News host Jesse Watters said.
An African-American House candidate running as an Independent in Virginia filed a court motion accusing the Democratic Party of "racism" and "disenfranchisement."
She also made racist comments about the woman's campaign volunteers.
Hallquist is running on a platform of universal health care, raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour and free public college.
Avenatti said an election between him and Trump in 2020 would be "extremely contentious" and "very close."
Some Democrats have advocated confronting Trump administration officials in public.
American women have donated an unprecedented amount of money to political campaigns since the election of President Donald Trump, sparking a 182 percent surge in contributions since 2016.
Are Democrats losing one of their most loyal voter bases to the Republican Party?
House Speaker Paul Ryan's challenger Randy Bryce just joined a chorus of 2018 progressives who want to see the Democratic Party take a stronger stance on ICE.
After Democrats voted him out on sexual harassment allegations, former Colorado Representative Steve Lebsock changed his party affiliation at the last minute so the GOP would be tasked with picking his replacement.
Congresswoman accused liberals of 'attempting to politicize tragedies and demonize law-abiding gun owners and conservative Americans'