Rep. Liz Cheneys defeat by a wide margin marked the fourth loss by a House Republican who voted to impeach Trump last year on charges that he incited a riot
The investigation into Russian interference and Trump's campaign was well-predicated and has not been shown to have been either partisan or debunked.
Congresswoman Liz Cheneys crushing defeat in Wyomings Republican primary on Tuesday. Plus, Alaska experiments with a new way to vote.
The former presidents political fundraising surged to over $1 million a day last week after sagging earlier this year.
Depending upon how you slice it, it might be the biggest of the 21st century. And its nearest competitors have something in common.
But that doesn't mean that more than half the country does.
The former vice president disagreed Wednesday with those in his party who have called to defund the FBI after the bureaus search of former president Donald Trumps residence in Florida last week.
In our big moment, our performance did not reliably meet expectations, Walensky acknowledges.
YouGov polling released on Wednesday shows no significant shift in how Republicans view the former president. Caveats, as always, apply.
A look at her dim prospects and why she could run, and have it matter, regardless.
The Wyoming congresswoman established a new leadership PAC early Wednesday and is vowing to do everything she can to keep former president Donald Trump from returning to the White House.
Of those who are running again, all have challengers backed by Trump.
The Florida primary vote offers a lens into Democrats strategy against a rising star of the Republican Party.
Three high-profile GOP women saw their political careers hang in the balance. Here's where things stand.
The former New York City mayor has been told he is a target of a criminal probe into efforts to overturn the 2020 election
In a hard-fought Senate race, Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto has ginned up misleading claims about opioid lawsuits in her attack ads.
Cheney used her concession speech, after losing a GOP primary to Donald Trumps handpicked candidate, to promise a sustained campaign against him and his allies.
Cheney is the fourth House Republican to lose a primary after voting to impeach Trump last year
The former presidents current legal team includes a Florida insurance lawyer whos never had a federal case, a past general counsel for a parking garage company and a former host at far-right One America News.
Being on the ballot a week after the Mar-a-Lago search meant that Cheney's loss simply reinforced the scale of the opposition she was facing.
The 28-count indictment of former congressman TJ Cox (D-Calif.) includes 15 counts of wire fraud and one count of campaign contribution fraud.
How Biden's wins are impacting Democratic primaries, what you should watch in tonight's elections, and how to interpret the special election results in Minnesota.
The ambitious law aims to tamp down on inflation, lower prescription drug prices, address climate change, reduce the deficit and impose a minimum tax on the largest corporations.
A Trump Organization official will plead guilty. A Trump attorney may face state charges.
The first lady will begin a course of Paxlovid antiviral therapy and isolate for at least five days, the White House said.
If elected, Becca Balint will be the first woman to represent the state in Congress, as well as the first out queer person to do so.
Thirteen states had rigger bans to criminalize abortion when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Several other states are working to enact other laws.
Yes, omicron is leading to fewer covid deaths. Yes, it renders cloth masks less effective. No, this doesn't mean you were right two years ago.
The conspiratorial, wartime rhetoric has not stopped, and Trump seems to have blessed its continuation.
That idea, though, is quickly being coopted by people like Tucker Carlson.
The former presidents recent speeches have begun specifying new policies hed pursue if he returns to the White House, with an emphasis on crime, voting and shrinking the government.
Judge Thomas F. Hogan said he was increasingly irritated by Jan. 6 defendants who expressed no responsibility or remorse for their actions.
On Tuesday, some of the biggest anti-Donald Trump names in Republican politics will be on the ballot. Heres what were watching in primaries in Alaska and Wyoming.
Democrats wonder if they can talk about Donald Trump on the trail or simply ignore him.
Donald Trump's lawyer has been informed he's a arget of the Fulton County, Ga., district attorney's probe. Here's what we know about his actions in the state.
An April video of Pennsylvania Senate candidate Mehmet Oz shopping went viral again Monday, prompting us to wonder: How were prices holding up.
In late June, as tensions with the Justice Department were roiling, Trump named two allies as representatives able to access his records.
The search of Trump's residence is unprecedented. A federal investigation of a former president's actions, in the final days of his tenure? Not so much.
This time, it was True the Vote that promised to reveal the evidence behind its claims ... but then didn't.
Two simultaneous elections will be held Tuesday with voters casting ballots under unusual new conditions.
Follow the president's progress filling nearly 800 positions, among the 1,200 that require Senate confirmation, in this tracker from The Washington Post and the Partnership for Public Service.
More places are adopting ranked-choice voting. Why?
Biden is set to headline a Democratic National Committee event in the Maryland suburbs of Washington.
Trump can't get his story straight, not that he needs to.
Biden plans to sign the sprawling economic package into law this week, but a bigger event is being planned for after Labor Day, when voters are expected to pay more attention.
GOP nominees who dispute the 2020 results could be positioned to play a critical role in the next presidential election
Many in the GOP have launched broadsides against law enforcement, prompting even some of their colleagues to urge them to tone down the rhetoric.
Five members of Congress, led by Sen. Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.), will discuss U.S.-Taiwan relations as well as investments such as semiconductors.
A state police inquiry in Michigan found evidence of a conspiracy that has echoes elsewhere in the country as election deniers seek proof of 2020 fraud.
Two top anti-abortion groups have crafted and successfully lobbied for state legislation to ban or further restrict drugs used to terminate pregnancies.
The court-authorized search was a remarkable moment for Donald Trump, and a turning point in his relationship with the Justice Department.
Top House investigators want the director of National Intelligence to conduct a damage assessment of the boxes of highly classified information seized by the FBI.
President Bidens party remains on the defensive in the coming elections, but a flurry of events has given Democrats hope of holding off the worst this fall.
Answers to questions about classified information to help decode some of the items included in the Mar-a-Lago warrant inventory list.
Though there are still questions about how the day unfolded, evidence is missing: texts from the Secret Service, Department of Homeland Security and Defense Department.
An abortion ban with few exceptions will take effect on Aug. 25. The court is separately reviewing the merits of the law.
Hanging over his first public in-person campaign event was a single question: How would the lingering effects of the stroke hinder his ability to wage a winning campaign?
Trump has known the details of the FBI search all week but exaggerated and misrepresented it because it was useful. No matter what damage it did to others.
The Inflation Reduction Act includes $4 billion meant to address drought a central concern as the planet warms.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (R) dismissed attorney Michael Gableman a week after Gableman joined Donald Trump in endorsing the speakers primary opponent.
Since the search at the former president's property, Republicans have directed their vitriol at the FBI and Attorney General Merrick Garland.
The newly-unsealed search warrant for Trump's Mar-a-Lago Club lists potential crimes including mishandling defense information and destruction of records.
Law enforcement leaders are raising alarms about threats to federal agents as prominent Republicans attack the FBI for its search of Donald Trumps residence and as authorities investigate an attempted breach at a field office in Ohio.
An account with the gunmans name was one of the pro-Trump social networks most prolific users, writing hundreds of posts calling to kill [the FBI] on sight.
A majority of Democrats say it's at least somewhat important to probe the president's son's business activity. Republicans are less enthusiastic about looking into Trump.
New details of the search of Mar-a-Lago reinforce the unique risk posed by Trump's apparent retention of classified material.
The House is taking up a sweeping Senate-passed package that aims to lower health-care costs, combat climate change, raise taxes on some large companies and reduce the deficit.
Joseph V. Cuffari and his staff have refused to release documents and hindered interviews in an effort to block and delay a probe into his actions, sources say.
In filing to unseal the search warrant used at Mar-a-Lago and emphasizing that former president Donald Trump could object the Justice Department put the ball in his court.