A debate over what it means to be a progressive is front-and-center as the party tries to rebuild.
The Democratic challenger had a strong showing in a conservative district on Tuesday, but failed to earn enough votes to prevent another contest in June against Republican Karen Handel.
Tax March organizers estimate that tens of thousands rallied in Washington D.C., a far smaller crowd size than demonstrations following inauguration.
Liberals are hoping for an upset in the conservative sixth congressional district, but the results won’t necessarily predict the future of the party one way or the other.
The current president is not the only commander in chief to change his mind with respect to U.S. military action, but the timeline for his about-face may be far shorter than most.
Opposition leaders have criticized the president’s approval process, but not his military action itself.
Some GOP senators are urging action in the wake of a deadly chemical attack.
A rules change to confirm Supreme Court nominations would mark just the latest, incremental step toward intensifying partisanship in Congress.
On Thursday, the president appeared to suggest that members of the conservative hardline group in Congress should face primary challenges if they defy him.
A new poll suggests a majority back the president’s unsubstantiated accusations about former President Obama.
Past administrations have attempted reform by taking cues from the private sector with mixed results. It might be even harder for a White House that lacks experience in government to achieve success.
Anyone can create political power, Eric Liu argues in a new book, but opposition alone won’t win converts to a cause.
Conservative voters may side with the president if Trump clashes with congressional leaders.
Press Secretary Sean Spicer pushed back against CNN’s claim that the FBI has information suggesting Trump associates and Russia may have worked together to undermine Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Just before the administration’s daily press briefing, the FBI director told Congress he has “no information” to support the president’s claims.
The current Supreme Court vacancy, and who replaces the late Antonin Scalia, may matter more to Republican voters.
The president’s spending blueprint calls for cuts to federal programs that underpin technology breakthrough and support jobs.
A group of GOP lawmakers have signed a resolution warning that “the consequences of a changing climate have the potential to adversely impact all Americans.” Will it translate to legislative action?
After a storm hit the Northeast, Representative Beto O’Rourke, a Democrat, and Representative Will Hurd, a Republican, decided to drive from San Antonio to the nation’s capital.
It’s not clear precisely what led to the cancellation of an event in Toronto, Canada, featuring the Gold Star father known for his criticism of Donald Trump.