One of the newest members in Congress has spent the past decade and a half rising to the top of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s political corruption unit, and he is wasting no time putting his know-how to work through legislation.
Over the summer I attended a concert by a mediocre 90s band and was asked by its lead singer whether I believed in science. At the time, I did.
But then I lived through the NFL’s wild card weekend and witnessed the clearest evidence to date indicating that we are living in a post-science era of world history.
Former Maryland state delegate Will Campos, a Democrat, pleaded guilty to accepting bribes in exchange for favors, federal prosecutors announced on Tuesday.
A New Jersey senator with a history of telling tall tales is set to become the first sitting senator to ever testify against a Senate colleague during a confirmation hearing.
An overwhelming number of voters reject the idea pushed by Democrats that repealing Obamacare would “make America sick again,” according to a new poll that found bipartisan support for repealing the health care law.
Secretary of State John Kerry, who has said he is “ashamed of and hated” his time in the U.S. Navy, will speak at the U.S. Naval Academy on Tuesday on how his Navy career impacted his current approach to foreign affairs.
A visit from a plumber left ThinkProgress senior editor Ned Resnikoff “rattled” due to fear that the plumber may have voted for Donald Trump.
It was nine years ago today on Jan. 7, 2008 that top Clinton family adviser Sidney Blumenthal was arrested in Nashua, New Hampshire, and given a drunk driving charge by police.
At the beginning of this NFL season I announced that I was no longer going to partake in football betting as a scientific experiment.
In the face of widespread criticism that one of the leading candidate to chair the Democratic National Committee is anti-Israel, the party’s slate of nominees have agreed to participate in a candidate forum hosted at a restaurant owned by a fierce critic of the Jewish state.