Democrat Lori Lightfoot posted a picture of her and the 44th President of the United States at an Obama Foundation community dinner last night.
Economics professor Greg Mankiw, who was the chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under President George W. Bush, said he has enrolled as an Independent.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee is hosting their event, Save the Senate, at President Trump's D.C.-area hotel but at a fairly steep price.
House Democrats have announced they will vote on the formalization of impeachment of President Donald Trump on Thursday while promising to "ensure transparency and provide a clear path forward."
U.S. Army veterans Alan Pitts and Naveed Shah told Newsweek that their statement at Game 5 of the World Series was an effort to show the president "vets are not on his side."
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski also said the chants were "un-American" and labeled calls for political opponents to be locked up "fascist" tactics.
Walter Shaub said it was "funny" the brand owned by the president's daughter and adviser has not stopped making trademark applications since it shuttered.
Washington Nationals and Houston Astros fans cheered and applauded as players stepped up to their bases. But the atmosphere turned when President Trump appeared on the jumbotron.
The moral foundations theory argues that political attitudes (that is, whether you are conservative or liberal or somewhere in between) are the result of our moral belief system. But it might be wrong.
Republicans breached the House's specially designed room for intelligence security while Pentagon official Laura Cooper was testifying in front of the Democrat-led inquiry yesterday.
House Democrats passed an act that would require transparency on social media political ads. The White House did not want them to.
Representative Katie Hill (D-Calif.) is under investigation by the House Ethics Panel for an affair after nude pictures leaked of her, but Hill claims that the pictures were distributed without her consent.
While immigration courts hit their second-highest year for closing cases, nearly a million still await judgment and closure.
Ocasio-Cortez is expected to make her endorsement of Sanders official at Saturday's rally in Queens, New York.
On Friday, Andrew Yang launched a planned ten hour Q&A session across multiple social media sites, fielding questions via a live stream and on Reddit.
The president also raised questions about Intelligence Community Inspector General Michael Atkinson, who is investigating the first whistleblower complaint.
Speaking to Newsweek, Michael Gordon also said the mayor "definitely got more aggressive" against Elizabeth Warren in the Tuesday debate.
Former New Jersey Governor Christie Whitman deleted a tweet that said: "#Hitler has nothing on #Trump."
In a speech delivered to the American Association of Christian Counselors, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo described keeping a Bible on his desk and promoted specifically Christian leadership.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam pulled out of the meeting when she discovered that Ted Cruz had told reporters about the plans.
The president tackled multiple subjects while stumping for two Republican candidates for House and Senate.
The Wisconsin Assembly has voted to allow disabled assembly members to participate in meetings via phone communication—a move requested a year ago. But the lawmaker the change was created for voted against the bill.
Drunk bees have been spotted around Australia's Parliament House thanks to a change in the weather.
The governor says he is "skeptical" of the impeachment inquiry into President Trump's dealings with Ukraine.
Richard W. Painter served as the chief White House ethics lawyer for the George W. Bush administration from 2005 to 2007.
Dr. Glenn Boyce is named University of Mississippi's new chancellor as students organize protest of the controversial hire.
A clip of Vice President Mike Pence declaring that 'Foreign Governments Cannot Participate in American Political Process' during the 2016 vice presidential debate has gone viral.
Trump spent $1 million on advertising in the same week Facebook updates its policy to make political ads exempt from fact checking
Richard W. Painter, who served as the chief ethics lawyer for the George W. Bush administration from 2005 to 2007, said President Trump is "very dangerous for U.S. national security."