Democrat Marc Friedenberg was on the ballot again in Pennsylvania’s 12th Congressional District on Tuesday—this time facing a relatively unknown state lawmaker rather than a four-term incumbent congressman—and he lost by an even bigger margin, a sign to Republicans that 2020 will not be a repeat of 2018.
An investigation into Virginia governor Ralph Northam’s Eastern Virginia Medical School yearbook found that the school president, a political donor to Northam’s campaign, was aware of the racist picture and decided to keep it secret.
A new plan from Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) to eliminate the gender pay gap would fine companies if they are unable to prove they’re paying men and women equally, something Harris isn’t currently achieving in either her official office or on her campaign, a Washington Free Beacon analysis found.
A new bill from Sen. Josh Hawley (R., Mo) would give Americans the ability to easily block Internet companies such as Google and Facebook from collecting any data beyond what is necessary for the specific online services offered.
In the six years since Rep. Eric Swalwell (D., Calif.) began earning the big salary that comes with being a member of Congress he has failed to pay down his student loans, cashed out his pension, and accumulated credit card debt.
The decision by the Democratic National Committee to bring in a man who has questioned whether presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is “dangerous to the future of the Democratic Party” has some questioning whether the party will be able to maintain neutrality in 2020.
The 1994 crime bill Kamala Harris attacked on Wednesday was crafted by her brother-in-law.
Harris criticized the crime bill during a stop in New Hampshire as a way of criticizing former vice president Joe Biden. Harris said the bill contributed to “mass incarceration in our country,” established the “federal three strikes law,” and “funded the building of more prisons in the states.”
Former President Jimmy Carter’s “main concern” after undergoing hip surgery was he’d fail to kill the maximum allowed number of turkeys this hunting season, a thought that earned him condemnation from animal rights group PETA.