Many conservative lawmakers and pundits are critical of President Trump for talking to Democrats about immigration. But Trump's voters don't seem to mind.
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The state legislature is considering moving up the date of the presidential primary to March from June in order to have more sway over who becomes the Democratic Party's nominee.
The new effort is designed to puncture Republicans' hold on the so-called guns-and-guts vote, while also appealing to voters' apparent desire for political outsiders.
Justice Department prosecutor Peter Koski began his opening arguments with a seemingly innocuous story: "A few years ago, a man sent an email requesting a hotel room for a long weekend in Paris."
Sam Clovis has a doctorate in public administration, is skeptical that humans have a role in climate change and pushed theories suggesting former President Barack Obama was born in Kenya.
Elections in Virginia this fall are the first big test for state-level Democrats in the Trump era and whether they can use the president's unpopularity to gain ground in the state legislature.
North Carolina lawmakers have approved new legislative district maps to replace one thrown out by the courts for being illegal racial gerrymanders. But many critics say the new maps are just as bad.
King is the first African-American to be memorialized on the state Capitol grounds, where monuments to Confederate generals and segregationists stand.
Colorado Democrat John Hickenlooper and Ohio Republican John Kasich are nearing completion on a plan to strengthen the Affordable Care Act exchanges that they will present to the Senate next month.
A recent presidential tweet called Flake "WEAK" and "toxic." Flake says Trump and his supporters "have given in to the politics of anger."