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Elijah Cummings Has Died

The Democratic congressman from Baltimore was 68.


The War Against the Census Is On — and Big Tech Is Trying to Avoid Another 2016

The info war against the Census is heating up — and we'll have to live with the results for the next decade.


Trump’s Impeachment Story Has Already Morphed Into a White Savior Narrative

Members like Maxine Waters and The Squad sounded the impeachment alarm early. So why were their actions cast aside as irrational?


This Former Undocumented Immigrant Is Running For Congress — and She's All For Trump's Wall

She claims Democrats don’t care about immigrants like her. “They called us ‘Dreamers,’ and quite frankly, used us as political props"


Rep. Chris Collins Resigns and Will Plead Guilty to Insider Trading Charges

The congressman from New York was a congressional power player during the early days of the Trump administration.


A Guy Could Go to Prison for a Year for Splashing Some Water on Steve King

“Nearly everybody knows Steve King is a boob,” his friend wrote on a GoFundMe to help cover legal fees.


Reports of AOC's Demise Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

The 'New York Times' says the controversial member of Congress has fallen in line. That's only half the story.


Democrats Want to Give Trump a Win on Gun Control. Here's What They're Offering.

“I think Republicans desperately want to vote on a background checks bill,” Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) said.


The Democrats Are Back and Here's Where Things Are on Impeachment

The House Judiciary Committee voted to define an impeachment inquiry that party leaders don't even want to talk about.


Republicans Avoided Complete Disaster in North Carolina's Special Congressional Election

President Trump pulled out all the stops not to lose what should be a safe Republican district.


Support for Medicare for All in Congress Just Got Very Real

The House hit a key metric thanks to the endorsement by Rep. Hakeem Jeffries


Trump Is Pulling Money From Hurricane Recovery and Childcare Centers to Build His Wall

The Pentagon plans to divert $3.6 billion from military projects in the latest effort to circumvent Congress