NRA refuses to endorse Larry Hogan, downgrades Maryland governor

The National Rifle Association has downgraded Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's ranking and is refusing to endorse him.

The move comes after the Republican governor signed several pieces of gun control legislation.

The Baltimore Sun reports that NRA spokeswoman Jennifer Baker said Saturday that the organization now rates Hogan a "C" ...

Rod Rosenstein investigation needed, Republicans say

Top Republicans on Sunday called for the appointment of a new special counsel to examine the apparent deep-seated, anti-Trump animus inside the Justice Department, citing revelations that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discussed secretly recording the president.

"Before the election, FBI officials tried to taint the election, tip it to ...

Guatemalan human rights activist shot to death, 21st in 2018

GUATEMALA CITY (AP) - Authorities in Guatemala say another indigenous rights activist has been killed in the Central American nation.

Human rights prosecutor Jordan Rodas said Sunday that Juana Ramirez Santiago was shot to death Friday. She is the 21st human rights activist to be slain this year in Guatemala.

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Keith Ellison abuse allegations harm Democrats’ argument against Brett Kavanaugh

The domestic-abuse allegations against Rep. Keith Ellison have muddled the Democratic Party's "believe women" message at a crucial juncture in the party's bid to sink the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh.

After paying scant attention to the month-old Ellison charges, Democrats have watched the issue resurface amid ...

Inside the Beltway: ‘#MeToo has been weaponized’

It seems like years since Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh first appeared with President Trump at the White House as a newly minted Supreme Court nominee, accompanied by his family and applauded by peers. That was the evening of July 9. The calm promise of those early days quickly gave way ...