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Adam Schiff has become the symbol of the Democratic-led impeachment inquiry. That is not an easy role to fill.
Conservatives espouse the ideal of self-sufficiency, while liberals embrace interdependence – a divide that’s central to the debate over immigration.
Career bureaucrats are among those providing evidence in the Democratic-led impeachment investigation of President Trump.
Rep. Elijah Cummings, who died Thursday, was the representative for Maryland's 7th district and chaired the House Oversight Committee.
At a Monitor Breakfast, acting USCIS Director Ken Cuccinelli said, 'The question is, do you need congressional action or can the executive act on their own?'
Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s opponents may not win in a battle of plans. But attacking her honesty could undercut her image of combating corruption.
Ohio used to be a key swing state in presidential elections. Democrats see an opening, but analysts wonder whether it’s still a political bellwether.
Kamala Harris is the strongest Gen X hopeful in polls, but barely ahead of her age cohort – the uncertain generation between boomers and millennials.
NRA corruption allegations have weakened the group. Plenty of gun rights advocates are ready to step in.
The Ukraine scandal hasn’t seemed to hurt Joe Biden’s standing in the polls. But as he attacks Trump, the Democratic candidate runs a risk – having his own résumé as a Washington insider turned against him.
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