Jacky Rosen is now in the news.
As Jared Kushner takes center stage in the Russia probe, a growing group of Democratic lawmakers want his security clearance revoked.
Rahm Emanuel, the ex-Obama aide and current Chicago mayor, exhorted fellow Dems to appeal to moderate voters in suburbs in order to win back power.
The R-word is everywhere you find a Democrat reeling in Trumpistan.
After running as an insurgent in the Democratic primary, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders seems to be picking up more cred from party leaders.
Seventy percent of American voters see anti-Semitism in the country as a “very” or “somewhat serious” problem, up from 49 percent a month ago, according to a new poll.
Unlike parliamentary democracies, which can dissolve legislatures and dismiss prime ministers at will, the U.S. Constitution makes removing a president a national trauma. The process is meant to ensure stability. It worked for 229 years. But the Founders didn’t fathom the likes of Trump.
Ivanka Trump scoffed a bit at two prominent Democratic aides introdued as “the resistance” Her response: “Good luck with that.”
Milo Yiannopoulos, Breitbart’s tech editor and darling of the “alt-right,” the label preferred by contemporary white supremacists, has some advice for American Jews: Change up those voting patterns.
The Facebook COO says the social media platform takes the problem of fake news “seriously” and is working to eliminate hoaxes from its website