Wisconsin -- long a stronghold for Democratic White House aspirants -- famously went unvisited by Hillary Clinton before she lost the Rust Belt state and the presidential race to Donald Trump in 2016.
This item first appeared in the Capital Journal newsletter. Read today’s full newsletter here or sign up here for daily updates in your inbox. The Trump administration’s effort to freeze more than $4 in
Political commentator Jeffrey Lord responded to a leaked transcript from New York Times’ emergency town hall meeting Monday, saying that the newspaper wants to stir the narrative on race in the United
Elizabeth Warren draws contrast with rivals Joe Biden, Kamala Harris in new criminal justice reform proposal. Elizabeth Warren subtly distinguished herself from rivals Joe Biden and Kamala Harris on Tuesday
On Sunday, the New York Times Magazine published perhaps its most ambitious work on race and slavery to date. The 1619 Project, which marks the 400th anniversary of the arrival of African slaves to Virginia,
Hong Kong (CNN) — The US military is no longer the primary force in Asia, and missiles from China's rapidly improving military could overwhelm its bases in hours, according to a new report. The study the
(CNN) — In Iowa on Monday, Elizabeth Warren said sorry. THE POINT -- NOW ON YOUTUBE! In each episode of his weekly YouTube show, Chris Cillizza will delve a little deeper into the surreal world of politics.
President Donald Trump has frequently accused protesters and activists of being paid by powerful liberal forces, but many attendees at his own events were financially compensated to be there. For much
California has adopted the strictest law in the United States limiting when police can use deadly force. Come 1 January, law enforcement in the state will only be allowed to do so if the “officer reasonably
Miller reportedly wanted to let states ban undocumented children from attending public school, violating a Supreme Court ruling. In his quest to manufacture creative ways to bully immigrants, White House
California law enforcement will need to justify use of force as necessary, rather than reasonable, when a bill is expected to be signed into law Monday. It will be among the country's strictest. Today