Trump Campaign Files Libel Suit against NYT over Russian Interference Claims

The Trump campaign announced on Wednesday that it had filed a libel suit against the New York Times over a column

South Carolina donors give the greatest amount to Biden as Sanders cuts into the lead

(Sean Rayford/Getty Images) Former Vice President Joe Biden is placing his bets on a state that is his stronghold, South

Officials Dispute Briefing on 2020 Russian Interference Favoring Trump: ‘The Intelligence Doesn’t Say That’

The reporting on the briefing caused Hillary Clinton to call Trump “Putin’s Puppet,” and accused him of “taking Russian help

Pelosi Objects to CNN Anchor’s Claim That Trump Was Acquitted in Impeachment Trial

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi interjected during an interview Saturday to make the case that President Trump was not acquitted from

Biden dominates with Nevada donors ahead of caucus

(John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Getty Images) Democratic presidential candidates who received the greatest amount of  donations from Iowa and

Who will pick up Andrew Yang’s donors?

(Scott Eisen/Getty Images) Tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang suspended his presidential campaign this week after poor results in Iowa and New

Sinking in the polls, Joe Biden also has a donor problem

Joe Biden speaks during a campaign event in Manchester, New Hampshire. (Scott Eisen/Getty Images) Former Vice President Joe Biden is

Trump Labels Roger Stone’s Recommended Sentence a ‘Miscarriage of Justice,’ Hints at Possible Pardon

“The real crimes were on the other side, as nothing happens to them. Cannot allow this miscarriage of justice!” the

Nation’s Largest Charter School Group Slams Trump Admin for ‘Chilling’ School Choice in 2021 Budget

The nation’s leading public charter organization slammed President Trump’s proposed 2021 budget for ‘chilling’ school choice.

Trump Ties Impeachment to Russiagate, Claims He May Have Been Removed If He ‘Hadn’t Fired James Comey’

President Trump began his Thursday remarks on his impeachment acquittal by criticizing the “dirty cops” and “bad people” who investigated

Mass spending in New Hampshire follows mass confusion in Iowa

Former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg listens as Sen. Bernie Sanders makes a point during the January Democratic presidential

Trump Accuses Dems of Sheltering Illegal Immigrant Criminals Rather Than Creating ‘A Sanctuary for Law-Abiding Americans’

President Trump touted his commitment to combating illegal immigration during the State of the Union address on Tuesday, and attacked

How to understand the state of the union from money-in-politics perspective

(Cheriss May/NurPhoto via Getty Images) In the final State of the Union address of his first term, President Donald Trump

2020 Democrats running low on cash as Trump builds up war chest

(Photo by Al Pereira/WireImage) President Donald Trump has more campaign cash on hand than the entire Democratic field combined, building

Senate Rejects Efforts to Call Additional Impeachment Witnesses in 51-49 Vote

The Senate voted Friday evening to decline the calling of additional witnesses in President Trump’s impeachment trial, turning down Democratic-led

Michael Bloomberg obliterates self-financing records months into presidential bid

(Drew Angerer/Getty Images) Less than two months into his presidential campaign, New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg poured $200 million of

2020 presidential candidates’ political ad spending floods Super Bowl

Screenshots of Super Bowl ads via Youtube (Mike Bloomberg and Donald J Trump) The Super Bowl draws in millions of

Rubio Explains ‘Political Judgment’ in Impeachment Vote: ‘Voters Themselves Can Hold the President Accountable’

Senator Marco Rubio released a statement ahead of the Senate’s Friday vote on calling impeachment witnesses.

Super PAC donors got special access to President Trump, recording shows

Lev Parnas arrives to attend the Senate impeachment trial (Zach Gibson/Getty Images) A 90-minute recording released over the weekend shows

Trump’s Chilling Effect on Whistleblowers

Reading Time: 3 minutes With the attention in Congress focused on the Senate impeachment trial, it is not surprising that

‘Dark money’ groups target key senators during impeachment

Republicans for the Rule of Law via YouTube Influential “dark money” groups are hitting senators in their home states with

Bolton’s Attorney Responds to NSC’s Threat to Block Book over ‘Classified Information’

John Bolton’s attorney said Wednesday that the National Security Council had given him “no response” after he replied to a

Hillary Clinton Slams ‘Authoritarian’ and ‘Trumpian’ Zuckerberg over Facebook’s Speech Stance

Hillary Clinton heavily criticized Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for his ‘authoritarian’ and ‘Trumpian’ stance on political speech.

‘Dark money’ in politics skyrocketed in the wake of Citizens United

(David S. Holloway/Getty Images) This story is part of a series related to the 10-year anniversary of Citizens United v.

Lobbying spending in 2019 nears all-time high as health sector smashes records

(Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call) Federal lobbying spending surpassed $3.47 billion last year, a nine-year high, as influential industries tried to