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The House Judiciary Committee held an “impeachment hearing” this week. It’s something the Democratic base wants, but the issue holds risks for 2020.
Speaker Pelosi voiced support for Hong Kong protestor's demands, saying commercial interests shouldn't outweigh human rights in foreign policy.
2004 was the last time Democrats were faced with trying to oust a Republican president. The debate feels strikingly similar.
The Texas Senator's debate skills were on full display at a Monitor Breakfast as he waxed on about his home state's 'shifting political identity' and his plans to run for president again in 2024.
Sen. Susan Collins’ vote to put Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court remains controversial in Maine, particularly with women
North Carolina is locked in a battle over democracy. Says a political scientist: “It’s bigger than party labels. It’s about the rules of the game.”
Census Bureau decision to adopt a more rigorous system to ensure privacy for survey participants has some concerned about the accuracy of data.
A new book claims that another, un-investigated allegation of sexual misconduct occurred while Brett Kavanaugh was at Yale University as an undergrad.
The biggest winner from Thursday night’s Democratic presidential candidate debate in Houston may have been the diversity on the stage.
Could Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, or another woman beat President Trump? Many liberals support female candidates but worry men might fare better.
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