What a difference a year made for Joseph Alcoff.
Rep. Maxine Waters took the helm of the Financial Services Committee this month. But according to the California Democrats post-election filing, her campaign may have some financial issues of its own to sort out.
Dozens of inmates convicted of terrorism-related crimes will be released from prison over the next five years, and lawmakers in several states think local law enforcement have the right to know if they’re moving into their neighborhood.
Never-Nancy Democrats are risking an election backlash for flipping on their anti-Pelosi vote vow.
Expect to hear the words “free,” “guaranteed” and “for all” a whole lot more in the new year as Democrats prepare an arsenal of big-government bills that could actually see a floor vote once they take control of the House.
Call it the House Democratic version of draining the swamp. When Democrats in the House of Representatives assume the majority in January, they plan to introduce a sweeping “democracy reform” bill made up of a hodgepodge of past proposals that went nowhere under Republican control.
Democrats don’t have to win control of either chamber of Congress to jam the Trump administration’s agenda and flood the zone with investigations.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is finding new allies in his campaign to “bankrupt” the National Rifle Association, as three additional states follow his call to take legal action against the gun-rights group’s insurance program.
A chorus of criticism from both sides shows how the aftermath of the Kavanaugh fight is weighing uniquely on the senior Democrat’s political race back home.
On paper, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker would seem a safe bet to cruise to a third term, with three consecutive electoral victories under his belt. But 2018 could be different.