Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell used to defend the institutions he's now discarding while pushing for a quick vote on the GOP health care bill.
Ed Gillespie has a tricky road ahead of him as he campaigns for Virginia governor this year. The Republican nominee wants to talk about state issues, not President Trump, not Russia and certainly not what’s on Twitter. The latest sign is that former President Obama has already decided to campaign for
Only 32 percent of Republicans in 2016 said they believe African-Americans face “a lot of discrimination,” a significant drop from just a year earlier.
The Democratic Party’s enthusiasm to repudiate President Trump was clearly demonstrated by the record number of voters who helped nominate Ralph Northam
The two Democrats locked in a tight primary contest for governor sprinted around the commonwealth Saturday, hoping to alert enough of their own supporters to the fact that the election will be held Tuesday.
Despite the fact that a recent poll showed Perriello ahead by two points, the former one-term congressman knows he has a big hill to climb.
Corey Stewart, chairman of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors, wasn’t always a strident opponent of removing monuments considered racially insensitive to minorities. Just a year ago, Stewart spoke at a ceremony to celebrate the renaming of a middle school here. The county school board had
Donald Trump spoke at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va. — birthplace of the Moral Majority — in January 2016 while on the campaign trail. To Americans who stand outside the evangelical tradition, Franklin Graham’s recent proclamation that there’s “no question” that God supports Donald Trump’s presidency
It’s premature talk for now, but on Capitol Hill, Republican members of Congress are telling friends with increasing exasperation that they wish Mike Pence were president.
The appointment was a win for the rule of law, and for national stability, in the eyes of many, and Democrats and Republicans alike expressed support for the move.
As impeachment enters the American political conversation, a leading conservative legal group convenes its annual meeting just blocks from the White House.
President Trump got a badly needed boost of support from a friendly audience Saturday as gave the commencement address at Liberty University.
President Trump's allies are becoming increasingly worried that White House missteps in the James Comey firing will harm the Republican agenda.
An executive order by President Trump meant to reward religious conservatives for their support fell short of what many hoped for and drew widespread criticism.
Sources say a behind-the-scenes struggle over the language of President Trump's upcoming order on "religious liberty" pitted Vice President Pence and other religious conservatives against a moderate faction led by Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner.
Congressional earmarks, the polite term for "pork barrel" spending in members' districts, were an integral part of the former Washington swamp. Now one Republican thinks bringing them back can help fix Washington gridlock.
A little more than a year ago, as Donald Trump was solidifying his frontrunner status for the Republican nomination in the face of a mounting toll of gaffes and outrageous pronouncements, Yahoo News set out to answer the question that had many establishment Republicans scratching their heads: Who are
Trump spoke glowingly of a personal connection with Xi that he said had developed during the two days that the Chinese leader visited over the weekend.
“American exceptionalism was never a claim about Americans’ unique anthropology,” Sasse said, countering the white resentment associated with the alt-right.
When it came time Thursday morning for Democratic senators to force the hand of their Republican colleagues, compelling them to employ the “nuclear option” to blow up the filibuster for Supreme Court nominees, Sen. Chris Coons looked physically ill. As the senator from Delaware’s name was called during
A look at the Senate debate over Judge Neil Gorsuch and whether to filibuster President Trump’s nomination to the Supreme Court.
Shelbi Lewark was a paid field organizer in Colorado for the Republican National Committee until Donald Trump became the party’s nominee for president. Lewark, 26, was so turned off by Trump that she quit her RNC job last summer and is now working to elect independent candidates in the Centennial State