The man arrested for sending threatening letters containing white powder to the home of Donald Trump Jr. shared news reports on the police response to his handiwork on a politically focused Facebook profile that appears to belong to him.
The Department of Education has been handcuffed as it works to provide guidance on school safety following the murder of 17 students at a Florida high school due to continued Democratic obstruction of nominees for its top leadership posts.
A pair of stories based on leaked documents from the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has furthered the divide between the party establishment and the liberal activist class, which warned on Tuesday that the party “needs to get out of the way.”
Democrats have said they hope to ride anger over net neutrality to gains in 2018, but less than one in four likely voters claim to be familiar with the issue of net neutrality, according to new polling data.
Democrat Terry McAuliffe said he would be the party’s best choice to “take on” President Donald Trump in 2020.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) was invited at least three times to speak with Native American students at Harvard Law School while she was a faculty member, but she never accepted, according to a former president of a Native American student group.
The fundraising woes are spreading into 2018 for the Democratic National Committee, which disclosed late Tuesday night a February fundraising total of $6.1 million—less than half of what was raised by their Republican counterparts.
Pennsylvania Democrat Conor Lamb said he had “absolutely no memory” of saying Israel was guilty of “terrorism” and intentionally targeted civilians, comments from 2002 revealed by the Washington Free Beacon on Monday.
A group of Senate Democrats led by Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (N.Y.) put an end on Tuesday evening to efforts to extract billions of dollars in federal funding guarantees by blocking the confirmation of a qualified nominee to the Federal Railroad Administration.
Both a national Democratic committee and a David Brock-run liberal super PAC were digging for dirt on the wife of Missouri Republican Josh Hawley months before he even announced his campaign, according to freedom of information requests obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.