AOC: Nation Can Only Heal Once ‘Oppressed’ Southern States are ‘Liberated’

Her comments came during an Instagram live stream to her followers about the Capitol Hill riots and the effort to

The GOP’s Avoidable Defeat in Georgia

The loss of the Republican Senate would not have happened without the character flaws that have always been the principal

Journalists’ Behavior over Luke Letlow’s Passing Is Abhorrent — and Telling

In no other health circumstance would such brutality toward the afflicted be tolerated.

Hawley Slams Colleagues for Prioritizing Corporations in COVID Relief Negotiations, Calls for Direct Payments

‘Nothing could be more targeted, no relief could be more important, than relief for working people,’ Hawley said from the

House Republicans Call for Special Counsel to Investigate Election

Earlier this year, Barr suggested that the high levels of mail ballots this year could become a breeding ground for fraud.

Pennsylvania Republicans File Emergency Lawsuit to Block Certification of Election Results

Biden won Pennsylvania by more than 80,000 votes over President Trump and is expected to be awarded the Keystone State’s

Raphael Warnock’s Checkered Past Under Scrutiny ahead of Georgia Senate Run-Off

Warnock has expressed support for Reverend Jeremiah Wright, President Obama’s former pastor, who has been criticized for anti-Semitic remarks.

House Republicans Defy Polls, Set to Make Gains against Democrats

While many election results have been delayed because of high levels of mail-in voting, Republicans appeared poised to win over

Boycott-Barrett Ploy Shows Difference Between Democrats and Republicans

It makes no sense to participate in the testimonial hearings that prove the nominee is highly qualified but then not

Dem Senate Candidate Cal Cunningham Would Be ‘Hesitant’ to Receive Coronavirus Vaccine By Year’s End

Cunningham expressed concern that “political and financial corruption” in Washington could mar the vaccine approval process. 

Senate Republicans Cast Doubt on COVID Relief Bill’s Prospects, Prompting White House to Consider More Executive Orders

Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell accused the Democrats of forcing unreasonable demands.

Party operatives steering millions in ‘dark money’ to 2020 election ads

(Erin Schaff/The New York Times) More than $116 million in political spending and 2020 contributions can be traced back to

Senate Republicans Criticize GOP’s Own Coronavirus Relief Bill: ‘We Have Unity in Disagreement’

Senate Republicans criticized their party’s own coronavirus relief bill in public comments and during a private lunch with Senate GOP

GOP Senators Preparing $1.3 Trillion Coronavirus Aid Package to Counter House Dems’ Proposal

The GOP proposal will likely include aid to schools, hospitals, and businesses, along with liability protections for companies.