Here are the stories our panel of top political reporters will be watching for in the week ahead, in this week's "Inside Politics" forecast.
After receiving letters and prodding by Florida's state and federal lawmakers, President Donald Trump changed course Monday, announcing his support of a $200 million push to fund projects aimed at restoring Florida's Everglades via Twitter.
In a battle to see can prove they care more about the environment, both the Liberals and the federal New Democrats are pushing motions this week to declare climate change a national emergency.
Three gubernatorial races are scheduled to take place in 2019, but the one that might have President Donald Trump most worried is Kentucky. According to Politico, White House officials are deeply worried about the re-election prospects of Trump-loving GOP Gov. Matt Bevin, who polls as the least popular governor in America. His approval ratings in recent months have been stuck in the low 30s. Trump has gradually been ramping up efforts to help Bevin's campaign.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) and two House Democrats are urging Congress to pass legislation to require carbon monoxide detectors in public housing.In a
Conservative organizations are holding firm against House Democrats’ legislation they say would undermine religious liberty, and some conservatives want the White House to take a
Republicans are failing their Constitutional duty on the question of impeaching President Donald Trump, a Republican political analyst explained on MSNBC. Sophia Nelson was interviewed by MSNBC's Ari Melber on "The Beat." "At what opponent do you think the Democrats have to decide what they’re doing?" Melber asked. "I think it is a false premise for us all to keep putting the onus on the Democrats," Nelson said. "Yes, they are the majority in the
The former prime minister spoke to the girls outside Manly Village Public School in his north Sydney electorate. They grilled him on his questionable climate change record.
The Joint Committee on Housing heard an avalanche of testimony on solutions to the state's affordable housing problems during a public hearing on production bills.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Top Republicans are hunting district-by-district for just the right candidates — women and minorities in many cases — to help them recapture the House six months after a political tidal wave swept