On Sunday, the 19th, the New York Times released its Editorial Board's endorsement. Or endorsement(s) in this case
In a video posted onto his twitter, Republican Senator Ted Cruz addressed his follower regarding the House's decision to send the articles to the Senate for a trial, referring to the ongoing impeachment trial as a "circus."
The new year brought us another round of debates, the last until the Iowa Caucuses on February 3. This debate has been the seventh so far, with a shrinking pool of debaters and of issues to discuss.
Whether women, LGBT Americans or DC residents, they all are seeking merely the same rights as their fellow citizens.
The fact is that Americans have elected a woman for president. And we may well be doing it again this year, too.
In theory, the Supreme Court was created to function as a nonpartisan judicial branch of the government.
Whether or not Yang attains the nomination, like Perot decades before him, Yang's fundraising prowess means that he can continue to hang in the primary fight where others have had to fall, and in the process he can continue to educate the American people on his issues and make a difference.
Big-dollar donors have an unfair influence -- or do they?
Yang and Booker prove that very individual rivals can fight it out for a political objective, but at the literal end of the day come together in unity, good will and affection.
After months of hesitation, former NYC mayor and billionaire Michael Bloomberg has announced his intention to run for the President of the United States in 2020.