Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are Senate colleagues, ideological partners and mutual admirers. But their tacit alliance in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary is approaching a breaking point as they vie to become the progressive alternative to front-runner Joe Biden. More than five months out from the Iowa caucuses,
Having tried several times to cut the food stamp programme, President Donald Trump has hit on a plan that could accomplish that, while curtailing another object of his ire: immigration. A new rule put into the Federal Register on Monday could limit the number of legal immigrants living in or entering the United States
Why does a gambler stake money on an odds-on shot months before a race is set to begin? This makes sense if they feel their fancy is a certainty and the odds are only going
There were several surprises in the Iowa caucuses on February 4, with all of them coming in the Democratic contest. A Republican contest — if you want to call it one
With his crushing victory in the Nevada caucuses, and his increasing dominance in national polling, it’s looking more and more likely that Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders will be the Democratic nominee for president.
Current negotiations over a second stimulus bill show Pelosi is backing a $3 trillion aid package that would provide much-needed relief to state governments, hazard pay for essential workers, aid for the US Postal Service, and funding for widespread national coronavirus testing.
Vice President Kamala Harris drew applause as she entered the chamber to deliver the oath of office to the new Democratic senators - Jon Ossoff, Raphael Warnock and Alex Padilla - just hours after taking her own oath at the Capitol alongside Biden.
Pelosi, the top Democrat in Congress, vowed last week that the trial — already scheduled to open in the second week of February — should proceed, saying, “I don’t think it will be long, but we must do it.”
The result confirmed Democrats will struggle to persuade 17 Republican senators — the number needed for the required two-thirds majority — to vote to convict Trump.
Democrat Ami Bera was a first-time candidate seeking a Sacramento-area congressional seat. Rob Stutzman, a longtime GOP strategist, was working to defeat him. Attacks — on the air, in newspapers, through the mail — flew like fists in an old Western. Bera assailed Stutzman’s candidate, Republican Rep. Dan Lungren,