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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.
Public support for Democrats’ impeachment efforts is rising, even among Republican voters – a trend which could spur GOP lawmakers to defect from the president.
Experts who say the U.S. is in a constitutional crisis argue the standoff between Trump and the House isn’t something the Constitution can resolve alone.
Montgomery, Alabama, the first capital of the Confederacy and the location of the Montgomery bus boycotts, elected Steven Reed as mayor Tuesday.
Impeachment will always be divisive, but exactly how it unfolds will make or break how the public views the integrity of the process.
Senator Booker’s message of love and unity has been honed over nearly two decades of living and working in Newark’s toughest neighborhoods.
Democrats are moving quickly to interview key witnesses as they explore whether the president compromised national security or abused his office.
Congresswoman Elaine Luria of Virginia hears both cheers and boos in a town hall meeting, as she defends her support of an impeachment investigation.
‘America in One Room’ polled voters before and after discussions and briefings. Centrist proposals gained support, as did confidence in democracy.
Months after Gov. Ralph Northam’s blackface scandal, many black Virginians say they’re able to forgive him and are embracing his reforms.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he was also on the call that sparked an impeachment inquiry. He decries what he labels House "intimidation."
A majority of Americans now support the impeachment inquiry. Among Republicans, however, the vast majority of voters stand by President Trump.
Two years after Las Vegas was the site of America’s deadliest modern mass shooting, some states flout NRA to take action on gun control.
According to the whistleblower complaint, President Trump asked the president of Ukraine to look at 2020 candidate Joe Biden and his son Hunter.
North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District looked like it might swing Democratic. A key reason it didn’t: a political right turn by Lumbee Tribe.
Democrat Adam Schiff said Sunday that he expects the whistleblower to testify "very soon." Trump supporters say he's the real whistleblower.
On impeachment, an NPR/PBS Marist poll from this week showed 49% of respondents support a House impeachment inquiry, and 46% oppose such a move.
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