Grouping Ms Harris, based on her voting record in the "very liberal" portion of her party, a 2017 Pew Research Center study backs up president's charges
The latest in the fight for our civil liberties.
Roughly a third of Senate Republicans adamantly oppose assisting millions of American families struggling to make ends meet.
President Donald Trump said he "certainly would invite" Russian President Vladimir Putin to the next G7 meeting despite Russia being banned in 2014.
Democrats say the president's latest actions are 'absurdly unconstitutional' and stand to deplete funding for crucial government programs
Donald Trump kept calling the executive order he signed related to coronavirus relief a 'bill' politics expert Dr. Christina Greer tells Zerlina Maxwell, spurring concerns that the president does not understand the difference, and what this could mean for his governance.
Talk of the County
She'll speak ahead of Bernie Sanders' appearance.
He's breaking democracy by breaking the Post Office
Louis DeJoy, the fatcat donor whom the president installed in order to destroy as much of the USPS as he can, is hard at work.
Our new video shows billionaires have made an absolute killing during the pandemic.
Our pandemic dress code is important enough to be enforced in schools.
"He is working to dismantle a fundamental institution of our democracy. He needs to resign or be removed, now."
As stimulus talks collapsed, the president signed a series of executive actions that appear untenable and would likely have limited impact on workers struggling during the pandemic-induced recession.
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson has issued an executive order and says the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is good enough reason for residents to request an absentee ballot.
The Senate inquiry comes as lawmakers increasingly focus on the Postal Service
With new warnings from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Intelligence Committee member Rep. Jim Himes says if need be more information needs to be declassified for Americans to understand what’s happening then it should be .
Democrats are warning that if Trump and his staff illegally destroy records during a presidential transition, they will face prosecution.
This economic slump is more than a mere recession.
The Vermont senator accused Postmaster General Louis DeJoy of "a blatant attempt" to sabotage the U.S. Postal Service ahead of the November elections.
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