A group of Democrats declined to dine with President Trump at the White House on Tuesday as the ongoing government shutdown stretched into its 25th day.
The Cybersecurity 202: Democrats Are More Concerned About Election Security Than Republicans, Survey Finds
Democrats are far more concerned than Republicans that a foreign power will tamper with a U.S. election, and they're more cynical about the government's ability to respond to a major cyberattack.
OP/ED: When a Republican is charged with misconduct, everyone is outraged, but when it’s a Democrat, he or she is given a free pass.
Health care, the environment and immigration are three hot topics on Capitol Hill. Will all Democratic factions in the House unite on these issues?
The fallout from the 2018 midterm elections will carry over into the 2020 presidential election and that contest effectively begins today.
Kavanaugh hearing: Whatever happens, the fundamental principles of “innocent until proven guilty” and the “burden of proof” have been substantially damaged.
The mid-terms are approaching, and America’s greatest national security threat – the national debt – is being ignored by both Republicans and Democrats.
President Trump lashed out at congressional Republicans, questioning their strategy of pushing off a messy fight over border wall funding until after the midterm elections.