Former President Barack Obama was among the Democrats celebrating their party’s electoral wins Tuesday night, congratulating Ralph Northam and Phil Murphy.
After a year of doubts, recriminations and special election misfires, Democrats finally got the big victories Tuesday they’d so desperately craved in the year since Donald Trump won the presidency.
Former President Barack Obama’s nine-month break from politics is officially over. And he’s not happy with what he sees.
Democratic leaders Sen. Chuck Schumer and Rep. Nancy Pelosi said following a Wednesday night meeting with President Donald Trump that they have “agreed” to a fix on DACA and resolved iron out a border-security plan — “excluding” the US-Mexico border wall that was one of Trump’s most memorable campaign promises.
This is the letter sent by Reps. Elijah Cummings of Maryland and Eliot Engel of New York to special counsel Robert Mueller that they say is evidence that former national security adviser Michael Flynn failed to disclose a trip he took to the Middle East to explore a business deal with the Saudi government and […]
This week, Democrats unveiled an agenda for the midterms that carefully avoided any mention of the issues that had led to accusations they’d been playing “identity politics” in recent elections. Their message, party leaders said, would be all economics, all the time.