What if the loser who scorns “losers” turns out to be the greatest loser in U.S. history?
The bill, filed by Sen. Garcia, was designed to support presidential candidates from Florida, including Trump, in their legal battles.
In New Hampshire, a state known for its open primary system, this financial push is seen as a strategic move to bolster Haley’s visibility and appeal among independent voters.
Democratic leaders criticize House Oversight Republicans for declining Hunter Biden's offer to testify publicly, exposing the tension and political drama within the ongoing impeachment probe.
Does the latest move from the GOP fits neatly into a broader pattern of policy decisions that prioritize military spending and the interests of the affluent over social welfare and justice?
Is the development in the Texas GOP a stark warning that the battle against hate is far from over?
Stripping the safety net: how GOP House Speaker Mike Johnson's draconian proposals to cut Social Security and Medicare betray America's most vulnerable.
"The same party who provided $2 trillion tax giveaways to the wealthy wants to slash funding for WIC, devastating women and children," said Democratic Rep. Gwen Moore.
The Republican proposal would cut federal discretionary spending by nearly $5 trillion over the next decade.
The depth of criminality within the Republican Party – both among its elected officials and its operatives – is truly unprecedented.