2020 Democratic candidates interviewed by the New York Times split on their openness to expanding the Supreme Court from its current slate of nine justices.
New York mayor and Democratic presidential candidate Bill de Blasio sharply criticized former vice president Joe Biden in tweets Wednesday for remarks Biden made at a Tuesday fundraiser praising two segregationist former senators for their “civility.”
MSNBC reporter Vaughn Hillyard claimed that President Donald Trump didn’t mention abortion during his 2020 campaign launch, even though the president spent part of his speech decrying Democratic support for abortion.
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D., Calif.) declared in a new interview he would fire Jared Kushner on the first day of his presidency, although that would suggest Kushner would have remained in the White House under a new administration.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R., Mo.) floated a new proposal Tuesday to compel large tech companies to be politically neutral in their content moderation or risk legal liability.
President Donald J. Trump’s reelection campaign raised a record $24.8 million in its first 24 hours, a total greater than the top five polling Democratic candidates combined.
After 18 people were killed in South Bend during the summer of 2012, Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D.) declared the city “unacceptably violent” and announced a data-driven anti-violence commission to combat the problem.