Kamala Harris Downplays Debate Skills as Buttigieg Stands In for Pence
Kamala Harris’s team is working to manage public expectations that her upcoming debate with Vice President Mike Pence will present her with an easy opponent, despite her withering attacks on Democratic rivals in earlier presidential primary debates.
More voters picked Jacobs than Gómez in 53rd Congressional District, poll shows
Iowa Poll: Donald Trump and Joe Biden are locked in a dead heat six weeks to Election Day
A stark gender divide appears to be driving the race as men of nearly every demographic cast their support for Trump and women do the same for Biden.
Family of shooting victim David McAtee sues Louisville police and Kentucky National Guard
The family of David McAtee has filed a wrongful death suit against Louisville Metro Police and the Kentucky National Guard.
Trump administration expected to urge state attorneys general to probe social media bias at Wednesday meeting
The meeting between the administration and top Republican attorneys general threatens to escalate the White House's war with Silicon Valley at a time when the industry is increasingly taking action against Trump's most controversial posts.
Why Biden is stiff-arming the left on court-packing and the filibuster
The Democratic nominee sees political upside in his old-school institutionalism.
Announcement in Breonna Taylor case expected today
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Louisville, Kentucky, police are canceling vacations and requests for days off in preparation for an announcement by the state attorney general on whether he plans to charge police officers in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor. Police officials said in a statement Monday that such requests were being canceled "until further notice.
DeVos under investigation for potentially violating Hatch Act because of Fox News interview
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is under investigation for possible Hatch Act violations after she criticized Democratic candidate Joe Biden in a Fox News interview, Politico reports.
Trump says Supreme Court list is down to 5 people, announcement coming Friday or Saturday
President Trump on Monday said he has narrowed his list of potential Supreme Court nominees to five people and vowed to announce his pick to fill late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s vacancy by Friday or Saturday.
Iowa Poll: All four of state's congressional races close heading into final stretch of campaign
For some Iowa Poll respondents, the race for Congress is a proxy battle over President Trump more than a choice based on the individual candidates.
Biden to Senate Republicans: ‘Follow Your Conscience’
Arizona police are investigating the disappearance or defacement of hundreds of lawn signs with the slogan “Arizona Republicans for Biden.” The political action committee that has been distributing the signs says some of them have been covered up with Trump stickers or have simply vanished. “The total lack of respect for the democratic process—that's what’s so discouraging,” PAC founder Daniel Barker told the Arizona Republic.