A campaign official working for Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) apologized Tuesday for suggesting Jewish Americans and the U.S. government may have “dual allegiance.”
A young staffer for Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D., N.Y.) resigned last summer over what she called a poor handling of a sexual harassment complaint she lodged against one of her senior aides.
Some congressional Democrats are already frustrated with upstart freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s tendency to butt heads with members of her own party, according to a number of lawmakers and aides.
A Democratic Iowa county chair called Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) “very shrill” in a new report as the presidential hopeful descends on the critical caucus state for the weekend.
Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.) on Tuesday blasted Politico for an article about her earlier in the day, saying the publication had zero named sources “to back claims containing false information.”
I could have stayed silent. All my life I’ve avoided politics, eschewed social media, and devoted all my waking hours to building a successful jet ski repair business. I don’t normally vote in elections. (I wrote in Vince McMahon for president in 2012 because he seemed like a competent leader with tons of dragon energy.) …
Politico reporter Marc Caputo faced backlash on Twitter Tuesday night after he mocked President Donald Trump’s supporters for heckling CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta, calling the president’s supporters “garbage” and saying they didn’t have any teeth.
Politico Magazine on Friday published an op-ed written by a former classmate of Stephen Miller detailing the quirks of the now-White House policy adviser when he was in third grade.