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A seismic shift underway in Virginia has lawmakers asking a question once unthinkable for the home of the NRA: How do you ban “America’s gun”?
Michael Bloomberg found loopholes around Facebook's political ad bans to promote his presidential campaign on social media. In response, Facebook has redefined its political ad policy. But what's the difference between an ad and "branded content"?
Attorney General William Barr's intervention in the case of Trump ally Roger Stone continues to raise questions. Although wary of prolonging the Ukraine inquiry, Democrats aren't letting up on the Justice Department.
Bypassing early states while blanketing airwaves elsewhere, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is trying to chart a new path to the presidency.
In August 2018, Trump insider Corey Lewandowski told a Monitor Breakfast that Michael Bloomberg would be the president’s strongest reelection foe. He cited Mr. Bloomberg’s money and outsider status.
After Iowa and New Hampshire, candidates head to states where they have to appeal to a more racially diverse group of voters.
White supremacy propaganda has increased in the U.S. by 120% since last year, according to a new study. The FBI is responding to the rise in racially motivated violent threats.
Sen. Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire primary vote, but Mr. Sanders and Pete Buttigieg won the same number of delegates. Sen. Amy Klobuchar was close behind. Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden got no delegates.
Senator Amy Klobuchar's 11th-hour surge in New Hampshire suggests a desire for Midwestern values, pragmatism, and a sense of humor.
As New Hampshire votes Tuesday, new data reveals a surprising number of residents eligible to vote are young and have not lived there that long, challenging presumptions about the Granite State's conservative leanings.
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