BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Supporters of changing the North Dakota constitution to include a sweeping government ethics overhaul have gathered enough signatures to bring the issue to voters.
Secretary of State Al Jaeger says supporters of the initiative billed as an "anti-corruption amendment" needed nearly 27,000 valid signatures to put ...
"Scratch a lover, find a foe," Dorothy Parker once warned about the perils of loves lost. The same is not supposed to be true for lawyers. Even when a relationship ends, we continue to be bound to our clients....
ISLAMABAD (AP) - Pakistanis are to vote on Wednesday in the third consecutive general elections in their nation's 71-year-long history to take place without political upheaval, a crisis or a military intervention.
Four military governments had ruled Pakistan for almost half of its existence and in its young democracy, no ...
Former Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. said he's considering a bid for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020 and will decide after the midterm elections.
"I'm thinking about it, and what I've said is that I'd make a determination sometime early next year," Mr. Holder said on CBS's "The ...
Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer recounted the events leading up to his first press briefing, ahead of the Tuesday launch of his new book "The Briefing: Politics, The Press, and The President."
During an interview with Townhall's Katie Pavlich released Tuesday, Mr. Spicer explained that his first press ...
The broadcast networks' news coverage of President Trump's immigration policy has been stunningly negative, with administration opponents and "victims" of the policies getting the vast majority of the time, a new study finds.
The Media Research Center, a conservative watchdog, reviewed more than 1,000 sound bites the ABC, ...
Norm Ornstein, a scholar at the conservative American Enterprise Institute, has called for Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) to be expelled from the House, saying the Intelligence Committee chairman has "brought dishonor" to th...
During a “Late Show” appearance, Colbert said heis thinking seriously about a challenge to Trump.
But it may not mean much for broader trade fight.
More logging, fishing and ranching.
Almost all of their legislating days are behind them this year.
InfoWars host Alex Jones on Monday issued a threat toward special counsel Robert Mueller, accusing him of covering up sex crimes and suggesting he wanted to duel the former FBI chief in an imaginary gunfight.Jones...
In its fight against “fake news,” Facebook has elevated nearly three dozen of the world’s fact-checking websites to be the ultimate arbitrators of what constitutes “truth” online.
The socialist surge has potential to reshape not just the party but American politics for generations to come.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a self-described socialist who took the Democratic Party by storm earlier this month after her upset primary victory against entrenched incumbent Rep. Joseph Crowley, fired back at Republican Rep. Ron DeSantis after he dismissed her as "this girl" during a campaign event over the weekend.
Ron DeSantis, who ...
, The American Spectator
Bernie and Alexandria went off to see the wizard.
, New York Times
If you want to beat Trump, centrism is not the answer.
In an analysis of RealClearPolitics’ tossup list of contested House seats, it’s clear that the progressive’s approach to health care is catching fire even in the nation’s heartland.
A photo of Trump and Putin standing in the Oval Office, smiling and shaking hands, would be the ultimate embarrassment for this administration.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
, USA Today
Next year will mark the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution in Iran. As I’ll spell out more in a moment, the 40 years of fruit from the revolution has been bitter. Forty years of kleptocracy. Forty years of the people’s wealth squandered on supporting terrorism. Forty years of ordinary Iranians thrown in jail for peaceful expression of their rights. Why has the regime conducted itself in such an abhorrent way over the past 40 years and subjected its people to these conditions? It’s an important question.
, Wash Examiner
Many Senate Democrats have refused to hold the traditional meet and greet events with Supreme Court nominee Judge Kavanaugh, arguing they have not received all of the millions of pages of documentation related to Kavanaugh’s time working in the Bush White House.
Sen. Patrick Leahy
, New York Times
President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court was involved in some of the most politically charged moments of our recent history. The Senate should examine his full paper trail thoroughly.
, Washington Free Beacon
CIA analyst declares China now waging Cold War on U.S.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo pardoned several illegal immigrants Monday in order to help them avoid deportation.
, The Nation
This might be the most self-defeating approach ever adopted by a modern American president.
Republican Georgia gubernatorial candidates Casey Cagle and Brian Kemp are heading to a July runoff election.
, The Atlantic
President Trump wants to revoke the security clearances of former top FBI and CIA officials whom he feels spend too much time on television criticizing him.
A pair of gun-rights groups announced they filed a lawsuit against Seattle's restrictive gun-storage ordinance on Friday because they say it violates Washington state law.
There is just one realistic way to constrain this lunatic administration and hold it accountable: Vote in November to snatch control of Congress away from the quisling Republicans and hand it to the Democrats.