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Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts has labored for the past 13 years to keep the judiciary branch a sacrosanct institution, able to rule on the most contentious issues of the day — guns, abortion, health care — without succumbing to the vitriol of presidential and congressional politics. How would
As the full Senate vote on Brett Kavanaugh nears, the public rancor that has surrounded his nomination shows no sign of abating.
Sen. Flake said he wouldn't vote to confirm Kavanaugh unless the FBI investigated the sexual assault allegations against him.
For nearly two decades, British-American scholar Fiona Hill has followed Russian President Vladimir Putin’s trajectory.
Three days after Mitch McConnell vowed to “plow right through” the opposition to Brett Kavanaugh and install him on the Supreme Court, the halls of Congress filled with protesters invigorated by the latest allegations against the nominee.
His film is Bannon’s latest effort to keep Trump in the Oval Office — and himself at the volcanic core of national affairs.
Next week, Christine Blasey Ford will likely face intense questioning from Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee about the truthfulness of her accusations against Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court nominee, who she says attempted to rape her during a party in the 1980s. Her turn on Capitol Hill
The Supreme Court nominee has given strong hints that if he’s confirmed, “states will have free rein to eliminate abortion access via increasingly draconian laws.”
Former presidents sat in the front pews for a funeral service that brought together dignitaries from both parties.
The mission of the Election Assistance Commission — the nation’s first federal agency created to oversee elections at every level of government — has never been clear, and more than 15 years later, critics say the agency has succumbed to the whims of partisan operatives.
A bill that would have significantly bolstered the nation’s electoral security has been held up in the Senate at the behest of the White House, which expressed its displeasure with the proposed legislation.
Russian attempts to dupe, confuse or weaken the West date back at least to the early decades of the 20th century. An outfit called the Cheka charted a course that’s still being followed today.
If Donald Trump read books, it would be these by some of his most sycophantic supporters, including Sean Spicer and Jeanine Pirro.
Convicted of making illegal campaign contributions under Obama, pardoned by Trump, the conservative provocateur is out with his most provocative project yet, a film that attempts to link the Democratic Party to Mussolini and Hitler.
The interior secretary’s tweet about a dinosaur skull crystalized a criticism of his tenure, namely that he celebrates his image as a conservationist frontiersman even as he gives away lands rich with fossils and archeological treasures to business concerns.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s job at a Senate hearing on Wednesday afternoon was to paint the Trump administration’s foreign policy toward Russia, North Korea, Syria and the rest of the world as coherent and consistent. That was no easy task.
Sen. Claire McCaskill noted that the plan originated with the conservative Heritage Foundation, and demanded more details.