Published: Jun 21, 2021
WASHINGTON - The long march toward equal rights for gay, lesbian and transgender Americans - whose advocates have eyed major advances with complete Democratic control in Washington - has run into a wall of opposition in the U.S. Senate.
Published: Dec 30, 2020
President Donald Trump on Tuesday lashed out at fellow Republicans who lead his party on Capitol Hill both for not fully embracing his unfounded claims of election fraud and for allowing an override of his veto of a $741 billion defense authorization bill to advance.
Published: Nov 20, 2020
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump is using the power of his office to try to reverse the results of the election, orchestrating a far-reaching pressure campaign to persuade Republican officials in Michigan, Georgia and elsewhere to overturn the will of voters in what critics decried Thursday as an unprecedented subversion of democracy.
Published: Oct 31, 2020
MADISON, Va. - The bright red MAGA caps came off for the pledge and prayer, and back on as Republican Bob Good took the stage, facing a maskless group of two dozen and a man waving a banner of President Donald Trump atop a military tank. On the outskirts stood two women in their 80s, wearing masks and holding signs supporting Democrat Cameron Webb.
Published: Apr 27, 2020
WASHINGTON – "Don't defend Trump, other than the China Travel Ban – attack China," a detailed memo sent by the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) to GOP campaigns has advised, urging Republican candidates to address the COVID-19 pandemic by aggressively attacking China.
Published: Oct 19, 2019
A growing number of congressional Republicans expressed exasperation Friday over what they view as President Trump’s indefensible behavior, a sign that the president’s stranglehold on his party is starting to weaken as Congress hurtles toward a historic impeachment vote.
Published: Nov 05, 2016
The countdown of the US presidential race has begun, and the entire world is wondering, aghast, if the good people of the United States, in their infinite wisdom, will actually elect a self-confessed sexual molester and incorrigible liar, a.k.a. New York tycoon Donald J. Trump.
Published: Jul 20, 2016
CLEVELAND - Republicans formally chose Donald Trump as the party's presidential nominee Tuesday, a landmark moment in American politics and a stunning victory for a man whose White House ambitions were once openly mocked.