Democrats win House Majority on Election Day in November, using blue wave to defeat Republicans and GOP. Here’s the inside look at the moment that solidified the House’s fate in the 2018 midterm elections.
Democrats won back a majority in the House Tuesday night, giving them the ability to block President Donald Trump’s agenda for the next two years — and return San Francisco Democrat Nancy Pelosi to the Speaker’s office.
Democrats are already pointing to a list of changes O’Rourke needs to make if he wants to be a major player in the party — ones the candidate and his close-knit team have resisted for fear of losing the support that lifted him into the spotlight in the first place.
Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has quit as the top ranking US diplomat at the United Nations. Her departure leaves a void in a chaotic White House where few officials trusted by a variety of Republicans remained after two years.
Senate confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh is a big, partisan win for Mitch McConnell, one that seals his legacy as a Republican icon. But it also gives Democrats an important new enemy just a month before the midterm elections.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s office has received threats of bodily and sexual harm against staff — some naming specific employees — following Feinstein’s involvement in allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is assessing the vulnerability of at least 40 toxic waste sites that could be damaged by Hurricane Florence along the coast. But that review does not include dozens of other Superfund sites inland.
Politician John McCain has passed away from a Glioblastoma, a cancerous brain tumor. The Arizona senator’s health complications recently resulted in hospitalization and treatment was voluntarily discontinued.
Sen. Lindsey Graham helped manage impeachment proceedings against President Bill Clinton in 1998, but the South Carolina Republican said that so far, President Donald Trump’s troubles aren’t in the same league.
President Donald Trump will donate money to a surprising group of candidates — Republicans who are not only more moderate than him but those have openly defied him on his key issue of immigration and trade. Some didn’t even vote for him.
In a video message to supporters, Sen. Bernie Sanders vows to continue the "political revolution" to defeat Donald Trump and to transform the Democratic party. "It is no secret that Secretary Clinton and I have strong disagreements on some very im