Seventy-five women with long-standing associations with Judge Brett Kavanaugh came forward on Friday to voice their defense of the embattled Supreme Court nominee. Kavanaugh is accused of committing sexual assault while in high school 36 years ago.
Sharing intimate stories from their personal and professional lives, the women painted a portrait of Kavanaugh greatly differing from that being promoted by Democrats and the media.
Texas Republicans refuted talk of a coming “blue wave” on Tuesday by flipping a state senate seat that had long been held by the Democratic Party.
David Garcia, the Democratic nominee for governor of Arizona, missed nearly half of all meetings of the charter school board he sat on between 2013 and 2017, despite making educational oversight and transparency a focal point of his campaign.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions reaffirmed the Trump administration’s commitment to protecting and advancing First Amendment freedoms on college campuses during a free speech in higher education forum at the Department of Justice on Monday.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D.) is dismissing the burgeoning contingent of self-described democratic socialists successfully running for office under the Democratic Party’s banner as a “fluke.”
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) unveiled a special edition of its “18 in ’18 Races to Watch” report on Friday highlighting candidates of Hispanic heritage running for state-level offices across the country.
Rep. Jacky Rosen, the Democrat vying to unseat Republican senator Dean Heller in Nevada, launched an attack on her opponent for accepting contributions from the insurance industry on Thursday—only days before being scheduled to attend her own $5,400-a-head fundraiser hosted by one of California’s largest insurance providers.
A newly filed lawsuit alleges a Wisconsin community college violated the First Amendment rights of one of its students when it prevented her from handing out religious-themed Valentine’s Day cards earlier this year.
Thirty-nine million Americans potentially had information relating to their personal identities compromised by illegal immigrants over the course of four years, according to government documents obtained by the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI).
Virginia Sen. Mark Warner became the latest Democrat on Tuesday to signal his intention to oppose Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court.