GILLETTE, Wyoming — From behind the counter of his brother's auto-parts store, Bubba Miller looks out at the 2020 presidential race and worries about what will happen to his hometown if a Democrat wins.
EXETER, N.H. — Senator Bernie Sanders had just finished addressing supporters here Saturday afternoon, reprising his stump speech standards about raising the minimum wage, addressing climate change and
As the Senate trial begins, there has been much talk about the historic nature of Trump's impeachment. As many articles have noted, it is, after all, just the third time in history that a U.S. president
Here's hoping that Republicans prove us wrong and decide they've had enough of Donald Trump. JILL: Judgment Day is coming for the Senate, and for the life of me I can’t understand why Republicans don’t
Cartoonists are having a tougher time with Trump’s impeachment than with Clinton’s. Except when it’s easier.
In the late 1990s, President Bill Clinton “still focused on governing and unlike in the case of Trump, there weren’t daily bombshells of additional wrongdoing,” says Mike Luckovich, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump's impeachment legal defense team includes attorney Kenneth Starr, the independent counsel who became a household name in the 1990s when he headed up the investigation
PASADENA, Calif. (Reuters) - Hillary Clinton said she experienced several humbling moments while doing interviews for and watching a new documentary about her life, her surprise loss in the 2016 U.S. campaign,
Supreme Court agrees to hear Electoral College cases that could forever change presidential elections
The Supreme Court agreed Friday to decide two cases that could forever change how American presidents are elected. The central question the Supreme Court will answer is this: Are electors, members of Electoral
Washington (CNN) — The Supreme Court agreed on Friday to take up two cases related to the Electoral College concerning whether a state can bind a presidential elector to vote for the states' popular vote
His wife, Jane Sanders, explained his evolution in an interview with HuffPost. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) once told a fellow left-wing activist that the Democratic Party was too “intellectually bankrupt”