The opposition research outfit Colorado Rising Action says the campaign Twitter account for the Democratic nominee for attorney general made fun of the appearance of one of Rising’s video trackers in a series of tweets.
California Representative Eric Swalwell wouldn’t rule out a presidential run in 2020.
Rep. Jared Polis, the Democratic nominee in the Colorado governor’s race, earned criticism when announcing at the end of July he would not be attending a Club 20 debate later this fall, a decision he says is unlikely to change.
The Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) paid out an estimated $434 million in improper payments in 2014 for financial assistance designed to help drive down health care costs for qualified customers, according to an audit released Monday.
A California jury awarded $289 million to a former school groundskeeper who claimed RoundUp, the worldwide best-selling herbicide and an important tool in large-scale agriculture production, gave him cancer in a verdict that will have broad impact.
A U.S. consulting company that walked away from doing business with Immigration Customs and Enforcement citing ethical concerns continues to carry out contracts with governments and government-owned businesses in China, according to one of the company’s websites.
The Department of Justice says it will not prosecute an FBI special agent after an investigation determined that the agent violated several standards of FBI policy and conduct, including lying to the bureau and withholding “information related to a state criminal investigation from a local police department.”
The electoral might of the left will be put to the test Tuesday in Michigan, as the Democratic primary pits a progressive candidate with endorsements from socialists Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez up against an establishment Democrat backed by the state’s party and union allies.
Jared Polis, the Democratic candidate for governor in Colorado, gave another $1.6 million to his own campaign in July, increasing his campaign haul so far to a total of $13.1 million—98 percent of which has come from Polis’s pockets.
The most recent update of a database that tracks global terrorism events shows the number of terror attacks has declined for a third consecutive year.