Reps. Tulsi Gabbard, Tim Ryan, Seth Moulton, and Eric Swalwell are struggling to make a dent in the crowded Democratic presidential primary field — and their White House ambitions may be jeopardizing their current jobs.
On Friday, Pope Francis met with a group of energy and investment executives to make an appeal for carbon pricing and a “radical energy transition” to renewable energy to address the “undeniable reality of the climate crisis.” The meeting is part of a multiyear dialogue organized by the University of Notre Dame and the Vatican’s Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development.
If you didn’t do your job, would you be allowed to give yourself a pay raise and not tell anyone?
Whether the audience is a group of schoolchildren at a Saint Patrick’s Day parade in 2001, Chuck Schumer’s niece in 2011, or a voter’s granddaughter in an Iowa coffee shop this month, Joe Biden has a ready quip for young girls.
When I arrived in Washington, the government was shut down due to the humanitarian and security crisis on our southern border. Six months later, as Democrats refuse to address this emergency, the crisis has deteriorated to the point that even the New York Times is urging Congress to take action before we run out of money to address this humanitarian disaster at the border.
Democrats are eager to ramp up a corporate welfare agency and load it up with some lefty mandates. That's no surprise. What's inexplicable is that at least one powerful Republican is going along with them. This is a mistake, and GOP lawmakers should do what they can to stop the plan.
Joe Biden on Wednesday evoked liberal hero Ted Kennedy to explain that his relationships with segregationist senators in the 1970s were adversarial, not cordial, as he had suggested the day before.
Joe Biden called on Cory Booker to apologize after the New Jersey senator slammed Biden for touting his work with segregationists in the Senate.
NBC host Chuck Todd became the latest person to criticize Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., for comparing U.S. migrant detention centers to concentration camps, during a Wednesday edition of "Meet the Press."
Airing President Trump's campaign kickoff rally proved to be a win for Fox News, giving them just under 5 million viewers, which was more than CNN and MSNBC combined.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson tore into Charles and David Koch on his show Wednesday night, arguing that the billionaire Republican donors are largely to blame for the resistance President Trump is meeting from his own party.
A New York congressman called Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Massachusets Sen. Elizabeth Warren "patronizing" for wading into the local race for Queens district attorney.