Apparently referring to human beings as insects is fine with Twitter, so long as you don't express right-wing views at the same time.
She said it was okay for Americans to join the Taliban and fight against America, equated dead illegal aliens with dead U.S. soldiers, called her home state “crazy” and the “meth lab of democracy,” and summoned witches for an anti-war rally. That’s certainly a good résumé for a candidate seeking office in San Francisco, NYC’s Greenwich Village, or Port-au-Prince. But Representative Kyrsten Sinema is running for the Senate from Arizona — and now is running from her past.
Locked in a tight re-election battle with Republican Josh Hawley, Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) has cleverly packaged herself as a moderate. But an undercover video has revealed that while she sings a red-state tune, she’s a proud member of her blue-state band.
The City by the Bay is knee-deep in homeless people and is considering a tax on "wealthy" businesses in order to address it.
Senator Warren's release of a DNA test, supposedly buttressing her claims that she is Native American, appears to have backfired.
A federal judge dismissed Stormy Daniels’ defamation claim against Trump and ordered her to pay his legal fees, but her attorney, Michael Avenatti, has already filed for an appeal.
Representative Robert “Beto” O’Rourke’s senatorial campaign has raised $38.1 million in three months, but Senator Ted Cruz still holds a nine-percentage-point lead.
It may seem premature, but some key Democrats are preparing for their 2020 presidential run to unseat Donald Trump.
Once the most beloved Democrats in America, Bill and Hillary Clinton are no longer welcome on the campaign trail.