Democrats lashed out at Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., Thursday after Los Angeles TV and radio host LeAnn Tweeden accused him of kissing and groping her during a USO tour in 2006, with at least two female lawmakers pledging to return campaign funds raised b…
Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) backtracked Wednesday after previously saying the 2016 Democratic presidential primaries were “rigged.”
Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin, who is up for re-election in 2018, said it “wouldn’t be wise” for Hillary Clinton to campaign for him in his home state of West Virginia.
The White House on Sunday slammed what it called “outrageous and slanderous” comments from Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown, who had proclaimed earlier in the day that White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller “seems to be” a white supremacist.
President Trump and Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer tangled on Twitter Monday morning over everything from Iran to taxes to the economy.
Liberal women, feminists, and Hillary Clinton supporters tore into Women’s March organizers on Thursday for their decision to have the decidedly male Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders (I.) headline their 2017 convention.
President Trump renewed his push for tax reform on Wednesday by arguing it would benefit workers like truckers in America, while ripping Democrats in Congress as “obstructionists” who want to raise taxes.
If there is one issue on which Congress has been utterly gridlocked, despite one mass shooting after another, it is guns.
A leading ObamaCare architect is the latest Democratic figure to get behind the push for single-payer health care, as Sen. Bernie Sanders prepares to unveil his “Medicare for all” bill this week – kicking off a campaign sure to put immense pressure on senior Democrats and 2020 presidential hopefuls to support the costly proposal.
NBC News was forced to run a correction on its website Wednesday after it incorrectly referred to New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez as a Republican.