The death of former President George H.W. Bush at age 94 Friday closes out the remarkable life of a public servant who over a 50-year-span did everything from bravely tangling with Japanese planes in World War II to successfully managing the end of the Cold War.
The final U.S. Senate race of 2018 is in Mississippi Tuesday, pitting a Republican who has inflamed racial tensions against a Democrat with questionable ethics.
President Trump warned on Twitter last week that law enforcement would be looking for “voter fraud in the midterm elections. Many journalists quickly responded as they always do by dismissing the very existence of voter fraud.
Connecticut, a state once known for its industry and innovation, is now a crumbling state facing a crossroads election this year. Polls show a race within the margin of error between a Republican who backs supply-side tax cuts to revive the economy and a Democrat who has the support of public employee unions and social justice warriors.
Polls show a narrow plurality of Americans oppose the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Democrats hope that opposition helps them win back majorities in one or both chambers of Congress in the Nov. 6 midterm elections.
Mainstream candidates defeated far-left insurgents for the top three statewide elected offices in New York’s Democratic primary Thursday, as Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul were renominated and New York City Public Advocate Letitia James captured the party’s nomination for attorney general.
The Bernie Sanders far-left wing of the Democratic Party including some candidates who proudly label themselves democratic socialists has scored some big primary victories in recent months, but ran out of luck Thursday in tiny Delaware, when voters nominated U.S. Sen. Tom Carper for another term.
President Trump would like to nail down a trade accomplishment before the midterm elections in November, understanding that he needs to focus more on his trade conflict with China and less on ones with America’s neighbors.
Friday’s GDP number was YUGE. So, what should be the Second Act of Trumponomics, in order to keep the economic expansion going?
Twenty-four states, including California, allow voters to change laws on their own by collecting signatures and putting initiatives on the ballot.