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Even as they attack GOP plans to wage a “war on seniors,” Dems need to remember the “war on poor folks,” too.
Now 2.5 million more votes than President-elect Donald Trump.
There are only so many hours in a legislative day.
The cereal-maker has stopped advertising on Breitbart. Now the right-wing site is calling for a boycott.
Now that she’s helped make a climate denier the most powerful man in the world, Ivanka hopes to make environmentalism a part of her brand.
More in the past three months than his entire term.
Identity-based critiques of economic populism have become tools for obscuring the divergent interests of rich and poor Democrats.
Pakistan claims that he told Sharif “you are a terrific guy,” and offered to make a visit.
More than 2,000 veterans will take over the front lines this weekend to give long-term demonstrators “a moment of peace.”
It means big changes for the National Institutes of Health and the Food and Drug Administration, and not everyone is pleased.
An Indiana official says the company was likely concerned about maintaining a favorable relationship with the Trump administration.
Now judges can give investigators permission to access millions of devices anywhere in the country.
The Office of Government Ethics praised the president-elect for divesting from his business, which he isn't doing.
The corruption-buster agreed to stay on.
She’s not really qualified, and will create a sideshow wherever she goes. But that doesn’t mean it won’t happen.
The federal Department of Education doesn’t have the money or clout to force the kind of widespread school privatization Betsy DeVos likely wants.
Unless Trump pardons him.
The gold flakes inside were valued at $1.6 million.
After the election, the federal government approved the second phase of Trump’s application for a massive tax break on his D.C. hotel.
The rules are supposed to go in effect in early 2017, though housing agencies will have time to adjust.