It’s been quite a year for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Justice Neil Gorsuch’s appointment to the Supreme Court last year rocked the judicial world, but it was the announcement of Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement on June 27 that could reshape American politics.
He changed the world with those thumbs and we’ll never get rid of him.
President Donald Trump’s travel ban halting immigrants and refugees from countries such as Syria, Yemen, and Venezuela from entering the U.S. has not been popular on social media, or offline.
The Tweeter-in-Chief is extraordinarily unpopular on Twitter, his social media platform of choice.
For most of his time as Senior Advisor to President Trump, Stephen Miller has been able to lurk in the shadows even though he is one of the Administration’s most far-right voices.
The Republicans have hit a figurative wall while trying to build their literal one.
Conservatives are rejoicing this week after conservative justices on the Supreme Court banded together to uphold gerrymandered maps in states such as Texas.
What are the dangers of a political, conservative Supreme Court?
The DA’s office seeks to reverse a trend of undocumented victims not reporting crimes or showing up to court by ensuring them sanctuary.
After taking a quick poll of her employees, Wilkinson drew Sanders aside and asked her to leave.
In the Democratic Party, and elsewhere, is the belief that civility can still triumph over boorish behavior like that of the president and his voters.
Midterms are just months away, and both of America’s primary political parties are making their cases to voters.
“A very big part of this decision was to make it so the chance of these children seeing the video was reduced, which is what their mothers wanted.”
How can we avoid getting trampled by the elephant in the room?
Lincoln’s description of the Union as a house divided is well-remembered today. But many Americans fail to heed its lessons about equality and the moral foundations of popular government.