President Trump appears poised to make high-level staff changes in his administration, including replacing White House chief of staff John Kelly, as he gears up for his reelection campaign in 2020.
If voting changed anything they'd make it illegal. But why doesn't it change anything? After all, it's the elected politicians who steer the ship of state, isn't it? Isn't it? Join James for today's edition of #PropagandaWatch where he ex
Counting up the votes in a midterm election turnout that hit a 50-year high in the United States, all major party candidates running for the House and Senate championed America's military/industrial/intelligence defense complex and its ballooning b
Sinema, who narrowly defeated Republican Martha McSally, is the states's first Democrat elected to the Senate in 30 years.
Richard Ojeda is running for president. Ojeda, a West Virginia state senator and retired U.S. Army major, lost his congressional bid in the state's 3rd District on Tuesday, but saw the largest swing of Trump voters toward Democrats in any district
EU Populists In France, Hungary And Italy Continue To Surge In Polls; Le Pen Overtakes Macron
Clinton set to re-brand herself and take on Trump again, according to former advisor
Pivoting away from demands that Europe pay up for US military protection, Trump is refocusing on the election recount in Florida, where narrow victories by Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeStantis and senatorial candidate (and current governo
There, this writer said it – America just voted for stupidity among other things in allowing the Politicrats to retake the reigns of power in the House.
Democrat Kyrsten Sinema expanded her narrow lead in Arizona's U.S. Senate on Saturday with gains in Maricopa and Pima counties erasing smaller losses to Republican Martha McSally elsewhere around the state.
With some bit of relief, I am glad to see the mid-term elections now behind us as another cloud of uncertainty is removed.
In so many ways, elections in America have become just another manifestation of bread and circuses...
Fraud claims, angry protests and courtroom skirmishes spread Friday as vote counting dragged on in Broward and Palm Beach counties, drawing the nation's ridicule back to Florida with shades of the infamous 2000 presidential recount.
Three days after Election Day, almost a dozen House races, two Senate races and at least one governor's race remain unsettled.
President Trump has escalated his voter fraud allegations with a double-tweet.
Readers are asking for my thoughts about the midterm elections.
Republican Martha McSally leads Democrat Krysten Sinema by 15,403 votes. There are close to 600,000 early ballots.
Conventional wisdom says the Republican loss of the House of Representatives be bad news for President Trump. More investigations? Endless Russiagate "revelations"? But what if it is actually a boon for the president? Contrarian analysis of the US mi
It's a sad commentary that politics consumes so much of our lives these days, but it's the natural and inevitable outcome of having granted politics such a commanding role in the first place.
The midterm elections in the United States had mixed results. Both sides will claim victory. There was no landslide in either direction.
- - Democrat Gavin Newsom - becomes governor of California Democrat Gavin Newsom beat John Cox to win the governor's race in California Newsom was once married to former Fox News personality Kimberly Guilfoyle In a victory speech, News
The controversial San Francisco homeless tax that pitted tech billionaires Marc Benioff and Jack Dorsey against each other passes
Upset victories by a Democratic candidates for US Senate and the Nevada governorship drew national attention to the political news cycle in the Silver State Tuesday night.
While Democratic Congressional candidates in key battleground districts struggled to defeat a host of surprisingly resilient Republican incumbents, self-described "Democratic socialist" Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez cruised to victory in New York's 14th C
There are neither good people nor bad people, but individuals struggling between good and evil from within.
Voters in MI, ND, UT and MO voted on marijuana-related ballot measures. Voting rights measures were also on the ballot in several states.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Democrats seized the House majority from President Donald Trump's Republican Party on Tuesday in a suburban revolt that threatened what's left of the president's governing agenda. But the GOP gained ground in the Senate and
Projection of wins across the country
The 2018 midterm election was dubbed the most important election of its type in American history. I would have to agree with that assessment.