NEW YORK – Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday handily defeated a crowded field of challengers to win the Democratic mayoral primary as he continued his quest for a second term as the leader of the country’s largest city.
Allies of the state senator in Missouri fighting to keep her seat after saying she hopes President Trump is assassinated have set up a website that encourages people to donate money to the embattled Democrat.
A Democratic state senator in Missouri is apologizing and facing resignation calls for posting on Facebook Thursday she hopes President Trump is assassinated.
With Oregon’s gubernatorial race just a few months away, Republican lawmaker Knute Buehler’s campaign received a $500,000 boost from Nike co-founder Phil Knight to help fend off the Democratic incumbent, Kate Brown.
Maryland’s Republican governor is seeking the removal from state capital grounds of a statue of the author of the infamous Dred Scott decision upholding slavery.
The city of Seattle spent more to defend a lawsuit against its gun tax than it gathered in revenue from the tax, a gun-rights group claimed on Friday.
The head of California’s emergency services penned a letter on Monday to the U.S. Forest Service that hinted that the state may stop protecting national forests during fires if the federal government doesn’t pay off its debts.
After the food stamp rolls swelled for years under the Obama administration, fresh figures show a dramatic reduction in states that recently have moved to restore work requirements.
Protections that have been in place for more than 40 years for grizzly bears in the Yellowstone National Park area will be lifted this summer after U.S. government officials ruled Thursday that the population is no longer threatened.
Pittsburgh’s Democratic Mayor Bill Peduto signed an executive order on Friday promising the city will continue to comply with the Paris Climate Agreement, joining at least 91 other cities defying President Trump’s decision to withdraw the U.S. from the…