极速时时彩网站 www.f2far.cn The potential 2020 White House contender wins praise from civil rights activists, but a little-known interview shows the challenges of a long record.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) attacked H.R. 1, the centerpiece of House Democratic efforts to change election funding and practices.
The administration has not provided a list of affected projects.
Manafort agreed to cooperate with prosecutors. Apparently, he didn’t actually do so.
DNC chair Tom Perez has said that "reaching all voters" is one of his goals.
In his testimony, Cohen said he has "never asked for it, nor would I accept, a pardon from President Trump." His lawyer now says Cohen instructed another lawyer to inquire about one.
The plan stands no chance in the Republican-led Senate, but campaign finance advocates see it as a watershed for the Democratic Party.
Prime Minister Andrej Babis praised the president and said, “I have a similar plan to make the Czech Republic great again.”
But the chief justice is “studying” whether the court needs its own ethics code, Justice Elena Kagan says.
Arizona senator, who disclosed she was raped while in the Air Force, broke with other lawmakers by arguing sexual assault cases should remain within chain of command.
Lawmakers are treading carefully when it comes to investigating Trump’s family. Some want to avoid them altogether; others say they must be held accountable.
In this edition: Unions face a tough 2020 choice, Democrats bail on Fox, and Kentucky gets redder.
Thursday’s vote reflected Democratic leaders’ concerns that the issue is overshadowing their legislative agenda, including the expected passage Friday of a sweeping election and ethics reform bill.
The president’s onetime personal lawyer said the company breached its commitment to pay him more than $1.9 million in attorneys’ fees, as well as $1.9 million he has been ordered to pay as part of his sentence for crimes committed while working for Donald Trump.
Kraninger’s four-hour appearance before the committee marks a new turn in the long-standing partisan battle over the direction of the CFPB.
A new poll shows that three-quarters of Republicans think no new revelation will change America's view of the president.
The motion in U.S. District Court cites First Amendment and “profound public interest in these proceedings.”
The remarks by the No. 3 House Democrat prompted a rebuke from the Anti-Defamation League.
Brown had been touring early-voting states, arguing that he could lure back the blue-collar Democrats who flipped to Donald Trump in 2016.
Let's just settle this debate, to the extent that it's settle-able, which is zero.