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Nov 19 2017
Steve Bannon has vowed to lead a “season of war” on Washington’s Republican establishment. But donors most likely to fund a disruptive campaign may be hard to win over.Wall Street Journal (News)
Jun 09 2020
Would choosing Elizabeth Warren as his running mate solidify Joe Biden’s left flank?
Gail Collins: Bret, last week you predicted that Amy Klobuchar’s history as a Minneapolis prosecutor would cut her out of the vice-presidential competition. And that Elizabeth Warren might wind up getting the nod.
Bret Stephens: Alas.
Gail: Well, your scenario does look plausible. And INew York Times (Opinion)
Feb 24 2020
Senator Sanders’ grassroots army has made him the Democratic front-runner. But the party faces a conundrum over his most ardent foot soldiers, whom the senator so far has failed to rein in.
The supporters who have propelled Bernie Sanders to the front of the Democratic field range from septuagenarian social justice warriors to millennials saddled with student debt. But they share thisChristian Science Monitor
Oct 14 2019
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law on Tuesday three democracy reform bills focused on local redistricting, voting access and campaign contributions.
The first piece of legislation prohibits partisan gerrymandering at the local level by establishing criteria for cities and counties to use when adjusting district boundaries. While California is the largest state to use anThe Fulcrum
Aug 03 2018
An accountant who prepared tax returns for U.S. President Donald Trump’s one-time election campaign chairman Paul Manafort resumes trial testimony on Friday, after saying the day before that Manafort never told him that he had foreign bank accounts.Reuters
Mar 20 2018
President Trump made his first visit to New Hampshire since the 2016 campaign on Monday, unveiling a plan to combat the opioid epidemic that includes a push for the death penalty for drug dealers and a crackdown on illegal immigrants.New York Times (News)
Nov 16 2017
The House on Thursday passed a sweeping tax bill largely along party lines that makes good on a Republican campaign promise to reform the country’s tax code.Fox News (Online News)
Nov 18 2020
President Trump received fierce pushback -- including some from fellow Republicans -- on Tuesday night after firing Chris Krebs, the director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), following efforts by Krebs to rebut the president's claims of widespread voter fraud.
The Tuesday evening firing happened after Krebs led a campaign at CISA to control rumors aboutFox News (Online News)
Jul 19 2018
Perspectives BlogAfter meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, President Trump sparked bipartisan outrage when he publicly accepted Putin's denials of election meddling. He later backtracked, stating that he meant to say the opposite. While his remarks received criticism across the aisle, some say this shows he is guilty of collusion, while others argue that such accusations are overdramatic John Gable, AllSides Co-founder
May 01 2019
Attorney General William P. Barr is testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday to discuss special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential campaign.
The appearance is Barr’s first on Capitol Hill since he released a redacted version of Mueller’s 448-page report, which outlined unflattering conduct by PresidentWashington Post