The Democratic National Committee’s already dire financial standing worsened during the month of August, according to its Wednesday night filing to the FEC.
PHILADELPHIA—Nobody, as far as I know, gets off from work to observe Constitution Day. It’s yet to be honored with a “doodle” from Google, which both this year and the last marked Constitution Day with separate graphics honoring Honduran Teachers’ Day.
A top Democratic recruit in an upstate New York district the party is hoping to flip in 2018 announced that she is ending her campaign, citing unrealistic fundraising demands by the party for a race that her donors don’t think can be won.
I’ve been picking NFL games on the Washington Free Beacon since 2015. The strategy, to bolster my picks with some of the finest pictures the internet has to offer, has been wildly successful at producing winners from the start.
University of Virginia president Theresa Sullivan responded to a Tuesday night student protest that covered a statue of Thomas Jefferson, the university’s founder, in a black tarp and labeled him a “racist” and “rapist.”
Democratic Sen. Patty Murray (Wash.) has both given money to and received money from Seattle mayor Ed Murray, a fellow Democrat (no relation) who announced his resignation on Tuesday after a fifth allegation of child sex abuse.
Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King is pushing for a complete boycott of the NFL over its treatment of Colin Kaepernick, but he appears to have kept close tabs on the league during its opening weekend.
It’s been a long, busy summer, and during it I have shirked my responsibilities to create heavily illustrated cheesecake content for the Washington Free Beacon. I’m ready to make up for lost time. I don’t have much to say about football—I hope that the Patriots are as bad as they looked on Thursday. I also …
Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez was announced on Thursday as Brown University’s newest faculty member, despite his promise earlier this year that the party chairman post had to be treated as a “full-time job.”
Executives at NBC Sports were noncommittal about whether the network will cover the 70,000 towels portraying NFL commissioner Roger Goodell as a red-nosed clown that will be distributed to fans attending Thursday night’s NFL opener.