After its surprising success in Virginia in 2017, a group seeking to help millennial Democrats get elected to state offices hopes to make a huge splash in the midterm elections.
If Trump is such a danger to democracy at home and abroad, then why do Democratic leaders keep empowering him?
In Britain, a thoroughly decent public figure makes an honest mistake, then bends over backwards to make amends. Imagine an American politician behaving this way.
Not only is President Donald Trump personally tied up with Deutsche Bank to the tune of $300 million, but his son-in-law Jared Kushner has his own history with the global banking colossus. Part 3 looks closely at these relationships, and asks just how far President Trump’s Justice Department will be willing to go in probing potential illegality on the part of Deutsche.
In his State of the Union address, President Donald Trump urged Congress to pass a controversial bill promising greater access to untested drugs for terminally ill patients. But critics charge the bill would only deliver false hope and result in even less patient protection by removing FDA oversight.
One of the biggest unanswered questions related to the Boston Marathon bombing is: Who built the bombs? A Boston-based journalist thinks she might have an answer.
The Trump administration and allied news outlets are rallying disenchanted whites around the idea that Hispanics are to blame for their position in society. Their rhetoric and actions send a clear message: Brown people are not welcome here.
The administration’s 30 percent tariff on solar panels deals a double blow to the environment and the economy.
It’s day three of the first government shutdown of the Trump administration. The big issues on the table: DACA, chain migration, and the border wall.
The “pro-life” movement insists that it is concerned about unborn babies. But why is it doing nothing to help reduce the number of unwanted pregnancies? Because the movement’s real motivation is to force its religious beliefs onto the country at the expense of millions of Americans.
The US government shut down at midnight, but lawmakers from both parties will continue to earn their government paychecks by pointing fingers at each other.