House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) said Friday the running mate in presidential elections "has never mattered" as Joe Biden closes in on potentially naming a woman of color to a major ticket for the first time.
Since the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody on May 25, top Democrats in Congress have omitted the police from remarks about government workers in need during the coronavirus pandemic.
Former deputy attorney general Sally Yates said Wednesday that former FBI director James Comey went "rogue" when he arranged an interview with former national security adviser Michael Flynn without her authorization.
Sen. Rand Paul (R., Ky.) argued there is no difference between Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro and pro-democracy opposition leader Juan Guaido, who is recognized by the United States as the legitimate head of the country, but Trump Special Representative for Venezuela Elliott Abrams was there to set the record straight.
As Joe Biden gets closer to announcing his 2020 running mate, the Washington Free Beacon looks back on the career highlights of some of the likely candidates: Kamala Harris, Susan Rice, Karen Bass, and Elizabeth Warren.
California representative and potential vice presidential pick Karen Bass (D.) said Sunday that she "absolutely" should not have made a statement mourning the death of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro in 2016 because she knows "an awful lot more now" about Castro's brutality.