Democratic Rep. Debbie Dingell is among those backing someone else in her party’s gubernatorial race.
Trump is less enthusiastic about confronting the Russian president on election meddling.
“In a trade sense, they’ve really taken advantage of us.”
The interview was scrapped after the White House claimed a CNN reporter “disrespected” the president by asking a question.
The president said in a U.K. interview he expects to “get along very well” with the Russian leader.
Progressives backed the incumbent’s challenger, Kevin de León, in November’s Senate election.
A few pro-Trump rallies were held to mark the president’s visit, but they were dwarfed by massive anti-Trump gatherings.
The Swedes, who heartily dislike the U.S. president, may soon give his anti-immigrant allies their best election result ever.
He denied his statements from an on-the-record interview and inflated numbers about U.S. spending on NATO.
It’s unclear who the candidate was, and if they ever used the information.
Stores carrying Trump family items have been a target of boycott campaign.
New indictments are evidence of an “extensive plot” by Russia to “attack the 2016 election,” the Republican senator said.
The president didn’t arrive at his Turnberry resort until a day after the vote.
Trump voters don’t seem to have the edge in intensity they brought to last year’s fight.
The indictment reveals that a congressional candidate asked the Russians for dirt on an opponent, and that the Russians seemed to be following Trump’s lead.
The president continues to find allies in avowed racists.
That’s precisely what happened, according to a grand jury indictment on Friday.
The former president suggested books like “Americanah” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and “Things Fall Apart” by Chinua Achebe.
A new indictment from Robert Mueller reveals that Russia appeared to be listening to what Trump wanted.
A grand jury convened by special counsel Robert Mueller brought the charges in connection to the DNC hack during the 2016 campaign.
A spending bill passed earlier this year reaffirmed the CDC’s authority to study gun violence, but that’s unlikely to happen without additional funding.
One immigrant mother and her infant were stranded at a bus because ICE didn’t give legal providers enough info on her release, the ACLU alleged.
The Russian leader will likely pledge progress on issues like Syria at their Helsinki summit. But officials from U.S.-allied countries say Trump should be skeptical.
However, The Sun published a recording of the remarks Trump claimed he didn’t say.
Justin Nelson is benefiting from a motivated base and an indicted opponent.
Justice Department data on American jail deaths is getting even more useless.
“I guess when they put out blimps to make me feel unwelcome, no reason for me to go to London,” Trump said.
Migrants have “changed the fabric of Europe,” he told The Sun.
Taylor Michael Wilson, a white supremacist, attacked an Amtrak train with 175 passengers aboard.
Maybe they can start a tribute band?
The Trump administration claims too many people are exploiting the system.
The House passed a bill with strong reforms. The Senate weakened them. Neither side is happy.
AT&T general counsel David McAtee said the company is “surprised” the Justice Department is appealing.
Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA) read past statements from Republican lawmakers critical of the president.
Workers at the NAF Hotline Fund have long complained about meager salaries and tough working conditions.
“You need your medication!” someone fired back as Gohmert grilled FBI agent Peter Strzok.
In past years, attacking the gun group was not done by serious statewide candidates.
They’re not going to shut down the Senate. They might scare the crap out of you though.
South Carolina U.S. House candidate Archie Parnell has a temper problem, the ex-staffers say.
The porn actress had been charged with violating a rarely enforced state law.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), a privacy rights advocate, remains undecided on the Trump nominee.
Calm down, Paul.
Peter Strzok testified before congressional committees about messages he sent in 2016.
Neither of the two groups likely to spend the most will reveal their donors before the Senate votes on Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
Cindy Madrid is now set to reunite with her daughter whose cries for help brought attention to the Trump administration’s policy.
The FBI veteran highlighted a gaping flaw in the GOP’s theory the “deep state” worked against Trump.
She plans to meet with schoolchildren and veterans in the city.
Before heading out to a “very important NATO meeting” in Brussels, the president took a jibe at his attorney general on Twitter.