Since the rise of the detail-averse Donald Trump, Republicans have retreated further from their self-proclaimed mantle as the “party of ideas.”
Josh Mandel and Morgan Harper, running for Senate from opposite ends of the political spectrum, debated in Columbus. A moment for consensus it was not.
“I’m not praying any of these people get hurt or harmed, but they need to see firsthand how bad the streets really are," the Blue Lives Matter founder said.
Reeves claimed an intellectual disability combined with the state’s inattention cost him a chance to avoid lethal injection and choose a new, less "torturous" method.
She has accused the disgraced lawyer of stealing $300,000 of the advance she received from her book deal.
Democrats are taking tiny steps toward a compromise on a key part of the stalled Build Back Better Act.
Opponents say the GOP-backed law would harm LGBTQ families and make teachers "fearful of providing a safe, inclusive classroom.”
Donald Grant is the third person killed by the state in recent months amid a lawsuit over the state’s lethal injection protocol.
Barletta, who is running for Pennsylvania governor, also had the PAC rent office space from his wife.
The convoy of truckers set to descend on Canada’s capital has prompted police to prepare for the possibility of violence.
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement gives Biden a chance to make good on a pledge made during his presidential campaign.
A federal judge ruled that the Biden administration did not properly account for climate effects when it auctioned off millions of acres in the Gulf of Mexico.
Photos show the former Alaska governor maskless and close to others at a Manhattan restaurant's heated outdoor dining area.
What seemed like political theater at the time actually violated state and federal fraud laws, according to current and former prosecutors.
Critics offered rockin' rewrites after the GOP senator applauded Spotify for removing the "Heart of Gold" singer's music at his request.
The president has previously met with at least one possible frontrunner while interviewing her for another position.
President Joe Biden said he would fill a Supreme Court vacancy with a Black woman, which would be a historic first for the nation’s highest court.
"Oooh. Taking a shot at fiction, I see," one critic on Twitter mocked the former Trump White House counselor.
One told the extremist lawmaker that she's an "embarrassment to the state of Georgia."