Members of the Democratic National Committee selected former secretary of labor Tom Perez to be its chairman on Saturday in a closely contested election that took two rounds to be settled.
A protest organized by union leaders in California carried on even after neighbors and police told the protestors that they were at the wrong house, and that Rep. Steve Knight (R., Calif.) and his family had moved months ago.
The White House is pushing back against Thursday’s CNN report that the FBI rejected a request from chief of staff Reince Priebus to “knock down media reports” on communication between associates of President Trump and Russia.
The Washington Post has added a “clarification” to the top of a column written by former CIA employee Ned Price to note that he made political contributions to Hillary Clinton, a fact that was first reported by the Washington Free Beacon earlier this week.
A CIA employee who contributed thousands of dollars to Hillary Clinton in 2016 and who is a registered Democrat announced his decision to leave the agency in a Washington Post column published Sunday, writing that his departure “had nothing to do with politics.”
The student government at Wisconsin’s most prominent university has passed legislation calling for “free and full access” to the school for “all black people” as reparations for what it describes as “systemic denial” of minorities from the “white supremacist” institution.
President Donald Trump said on Thursday that he has been delivering on his campaign promises and the American people overwhelmingly agree, according to a poll released early this morning showing that a majority of people on both sides of the aisle agree with Trump on this point.
Arizona’s Republican governor sent a letter condemning the state’s Board of Cosmetology for launching an investigation into a cosmetology student who has been giving free haircuts to the homeless because he is doing it without a state-issued cosmetology license.
Former congressman Tom Perriello, a Democratic candidate to be Virginia’s governor, said during a campaign event that he viewed the 2016 election as a “political and constitutional September 11,” according to video footage obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
USA Today took comments made by New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady out of context in an attempt to make it seem as though he was criticizing teammates who have said they would not join the team for its White House visit.