A pair of down-ballot victories are generating enthusiasm, but it’s far too early to predict what will happen in the 2018 midterms.
The president reportedly attempted to enlist the head of the NSA and director of national intelligence to defend against the Russia inquiry.
Congressional Democrats renewed calls for an independent commission into the Russia investigation in response new revelations in The New York Times and The Washington Post.
The Republican chairman of the House Oversight Committee will step down at the end of June.
A divide has emerged among congressional Democrats over how far to go in attempting to make a case against the president.
In a letter to acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz requested all “memoranda, notes, summaries, and recordings” of James Comey’s meetings with Trump
A relatively small group of Republicans are asking for classified briefings and more transparency from the administration following reports that the president revealed sensitive information to Russian officials.
The outreach follows controversy and questions over whether Democrats who oppose abortion are welcome in the party.
The Washington Post report on the president’s conversations with Russian officials marks the second time in less than a week that the administration has sent congressional Republicans scrambling.
The party could attempt to hold up Senate business, but they aren’t unified around any one course of action.
The departure raises questions over the fate of the upcoming 2020 population count.
Congressional reaction split along partisan lines after news broke that the president had dismissed James Comey.
West Virginia senator Joe Manchin has become a target of the left, but a progressive challenger may fail to gain traction in a state with a large share of moderate and conservative Democrats.
It’s not clear the party has found a winning formula yet for competing in rural America in the Trump era.
Will opposition to GOP efforts to dismantle Obamacare become an effective rallying cry for the left?
Pew Research data indicates that Democrats trust government less, and feel less assured about the direction of the country than they did prior to the presidential election.
In an interview on Tuesday, the former Democratic presidential candidate pointed to foreign interference and action taken by FBI Director James Comey to explain her defeat.
The party appears to be struggling to convince the public it represents a better alternative to President Trump and the GOP.
Conflicts over reproductive rights have raised questions about who the party will accept, and who it will reject, in its coalition.
A debate over what it means to be a progressive is front-and-center as the party tries to rebuild.