As they regroup following a parliamentary setback in the Senate, congressional Democrats say that they remain committed to passing into law an increase of the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour.
The Biden administration and its allies continue to fight against worsening odds to keep alive Neera Tanden's nearly moribund nomination to head up the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
A senior Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee has gone national with his support for statehood for the District of Columbia.
Rush Limbaugh, the nationally syndicated right-wing radio broadcaster who died Wednesday of advanced lung cancer, was eulogized also for paving the way for the political environment which allowed for Donald Trump's ascension to the White House, according to a variety of political commentators.
While Some Foresee ‘A Real Battle For The Soul of The Republican Party,’ Others Believe It Will Be ‘Permanent Minority’ If They Continue To Follow Trump
Larry Hogan, Maryland's Republican governor and a potential presidential hopeful in 2024, sees a looming battle ahead for the Republican Party.
Senate Republicans will help fracture the Republican Party if they acquit Donald Trump of inciting the deadly January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol, according to a former Trump staffer-turned-critic.
On The Firing Line of The GOP Civil War: Republicans Have to Stop Attacking Each Other or They’re Going to Lose Big Time in Two Years
As Donald Trump's impeachment trial was getting underway, battle lines in the civil war within the Republican Party became all-the-more-prominent, potentially leaving the GOP in a politically perilous spot heading towards next year's midterm elections, according to some in the party.
As House Republicans continue to struggle with the controversy and shame brought on by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, they're trying to desperately change the subject by pointing a finger at Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota.
Finally coming to agreement on an organizing resolution for the Senate will allow for the confirmation of President Biden's nominee for attorney general, according to the incoming chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The congressional Republicans resemble nothing so much as nothing political at all -- but rather, a zealous religious cult.