A man who works for New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration was arrested Thursday for allegedly keeping thousands of child pornography images and videos on his laptop.
Sen. Al Franken (D., Minn.) wrote in his new memoir that President Donald Trump demanding an investigation into fraudulent votes reminded him of O.J. Simpson being acquitted.
A complaint filed with the Federal Election Commission against Montana House Democratic candidate Rob Quist says he illegally coordinated with an unregistered political committee that distributed newspaper inserts aimed at reaching undecided voters.
Country singer Charlie Daniels penned an open letter to Sen. Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) saying the Senate minority leader does not have “one drop of happiness” in his life and that he has “opened Pandora’s box” by going after President Donald Trump.
Progressive Democrats who backed Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) have launched an audit of the results of the disputed California Democratic Party chair election, charging that voters were allowed to cast ballots without proper ID after the candidate they supported lost.
Hillary Clinton castigated President Trump’s federal budget proposal during a keynote address on Tuesday, calling it an attack on the needy that showed an “unimaginable level of cruelty.”
The Democratic Party is creating a list of political novices to emerge in 2018 to challenge Republicans in traditionally conservative districts that supported Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump.
The World Health Organization nearly spent more money on travel last year than its combined assistance programs to fight disease.