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Republicans on the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform denounced a major new initiative by Democrats to clean up elections and expand voter participation as a power grab that will corrupt the political process and infringe on the rights of free speech and association.
Kentucky’s willingness to gamble massively on high-risk alternative investments for its pensions has made the state an easy mark for Wall Street hucksters.
In April 2008, a longtime investment adviser named Chris Tobe was appointed to the board of trustees that oversees the Kentucky Re...
His policy prescriptions were even more deranged. Western media has often referred to him as “Brazil’s Trump” but that is wildly inaccurate, understating the case by many magnitudes. In temperament, ideology, and personal history, Bolsonaro – a former Army Captain during Brazil’s notorious 21-...
Cohen lawyer Lanny Davis says he was an anonymous source for CNN's blockbuster story. CNN told viewers he refused to comment. Who is lying?
Elizabeth Warren would ban foreign lobbying, shut (or slow) the revolving door, in a series of reforms that would transform Washington's political economy.
Where the Koch brothers see government tyranny, most Americans see common-sense solutions to basic problems, it turns out.
Friday's rallies amounted to an unabashed declaration of post-partisan movement building.
Ocasio-Cortez and Sanders have more expansive aims than electing Brent Welder. They want to prove their theory of the progressive case.
The indictment contains a surprising amount of technical information about alleged Russian cyberattacks during the 2016 elections — by far the most detailed and plausible picture yet of what exactly occurred,
Despite not winning jury convictions, putting hundreds on trial is sure to chill dissent — and the crackdown is only just beginning.
The Intercept followed the summit meeting between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland as it unfolded. It never stoped getting crazier.
The endorsement is a resounding rejection of Feinstein’s brand of centrist politics, which simply doesn’t mesh well with the party’s most dedicated and plugged-in supporters.
The network routinely allows outright lies to stand if aimed at critics of Democrats, especially fabricated allegations of being Kremlin agents. The latest is Malcolm Nance.
Given its rhetoric, how does the party justify supporting white male machine politicians over credible female challengers, LGBT people, and people of color?