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Voters in the city of New Orleans elected City Council member LaToya Cantrell as mayor Saturday, the city's first woman to be elected mayor in...
The head of the Family Research Council allegedly kept quiet about claims that an Ohio Republican lawmaker assaulted a teenage boy in a hotel two...
A commissioner tells Slate that the FCC needs to hold public hearings.
A new wave of accusations were leveled at Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore Wednesday, including two by women who said Moore made unwanted advances on...
Rep. John Conyers opened his time with a series of yes/no questions about basic democratic norms that Sessions refused to answer clearly.
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POTUS' son exchanged messages with WikiLeaks about the election via Twitter DM.
It once seemed Republican candidate Roy Moore was a shoo-in to become the newest senator from Alabama. But after the explosive allegations that he had...
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Two former top intelligence officials warned on Sunday that they think President Donald Trump's efforts to downplay Russian meddling in the U.S. presid ...
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President Donald Trump seems ready to take Russian President Vladimir Putin's denials of meddling in the U.S. election at face value. After meeting wit ...
The Senate Judiciary Committee seemed to prove this week that it will rubberstamp any judicial nominee President Donald Trump sends over, no matter how ...
Republican leaders are already making excuses for Moore. Did you know Jesus' dad married a teenage girl?
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For Democrats, all of Tuesday's electoral victories were important. But Bennett's was one of a few that carried an extra tinge of poetic justice.
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"He will not go quietly into becoming the 32nd state to participate in the Medicaid expansion," says one local expert.
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Ed Gillespie? Never heard of the guy.
Rough night for Republicans.
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Once Roem is seated, she will be the first openly trans person to be elected to, and serve in, a state legislature.
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Republicans can no longer pretend that their plan won't raise taxes on the middle class.
This is a huge deal for a Catholic school that sued the federal government over contraception.
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