Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama still aren’t saying what they’ll do with money they received from Democratic megadonor Ed Buck, even after he was charged Tuesday with running a drug house where two men died of overdoses — and months after other top Democrats have already tossed aside Buck’s contributions.
President Trump on Wednesday visited the U.S.-Mexico border in California to take a tour of border wall going up near San Diego.
It’s increasingly more important to Democratic primary voters to beat President Donald Trump than support their favorite candidate — and former Vice President Joe Biden is widely considered the candidate most likely to give them the White House.
Fifty-nine percent of voters are extremely interested in the 2020 presidential election. That’s a number typically only seen right before an election.
The White House is circulating a one-page document on Capitol Hill detailing a possible gun background-check proposal – though Attorney General Bill Barr said President Trump has not yet made a “firm decision” on what he ultimately will support.
Two new polls released this week could spell trouble for Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris.
The “squad” of freshman progressives have garnered attention for their bold stances on issues like climate change. But before the 2020 elections, at least a few other Democratic freshmen are distancing themselves from one of the most controversial proposals to come out of the “squad.”
Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz – who has been conducting high-profile probes related to the FBI and DOJ’s actions in the Russia investigation – told lawmakers Wednesday his investigators will “assess” new Republican allegations of “inconsistencies” in former FBI director James Comey’s congressional testimony.
The white tents that sit on the very edge of the U.S border, with Mexico a literal stone’s throw away, represent one of the jewels in the crown of the Trump administration’s recent efforts to get a grip on the immigration crisis.
Teenage activist Greta Thunberg appeared before members of the House Wednesday to answer questions about climate change, but made it clear that she is not the one lawmakers should be listening to.