A Democrat running for Congress in Colorado who touts his work on behalf of veterans missed 35 percent of the Colorado Board of Veterans Affairs’ meetings while he served on that body, according to meeting minutes.
The Democratic candidate in California’s 10th Congressional District softened his stance on abortion when compared to remarks he had made in 2017, which resurfaced in a video published online this week.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Friday denied a New York Times report claiming that he suggested last year that he secretly record Donald Trump in the White House and discussed invoking the 25th Amendment to remove the president from office.
The law enforcement arm of the U.S. Postal Service says it has “no record” of anyone officially requesting Virginia Democrat Abigail Spanberger’s official personnel file, despite the 2018 congressional candidate claiming a researcher working on behalf of her campaign submitted the request in December 2017.
Google employees discussed how to tweak search-related functions to combat the Trump administration’s controversial travel ban, according to internal company emails.
The Iranian-backed terror organization Hezbollah recently unveiled sophisticated missiles and drones that it has used to conduct terror operations against Israel. The military hardware is now on display at the terror group’s Museum for Jihadi Tourism located in Southern Lebanon, near the border with Israel.
Wisconsin Democratic congressional candidate Randy Bryce was originally scheduled to attend a celebrity studded fundraiser at the home of liberal actor Sean Penn in Malibu, California later this month, but after briefly denying the existence of the fundraiser, the campaign said the event had been canceled.
The majority of Minnesota Democrats question the validity of domestic abuse allegations against Rep. Keith Ellison (D., Minn.), the Democratic candidate for state attorney general, made by his former girlfriend.
Red and Gold, a mysterious super PAC that opposed Rep. Martha McSally (R., Ariz.) during her Senate primary in August, was funded almost entirely by the Senate Majority PAC, a super PAC aligned with Senate Democrats.
President Donald Trump tweeted for the first time about the controversy surrounding sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, saying Friday the judge was “under assault by radical left wing politicians.”