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Multiple members of Congress have announced they won't be running for another term in the 2020 election.

Democrats need four seats to retake the Senate. It's possible, depending on who the presidential nominee is and how impeachment plays out.

“We will do everything we can to comply," Esper said in a television interview, though he did not commit to meeting the Oct. 15 deadline.

In a statement, Hunter Biden said he would resign from a Chinese company's board and pledged not to join boards if Joe Biden were elected president.

Fiona Hill, President Donald Trump's former Russia adviser, will testify before Congress as part of the House's impeachment inquiry examining Ukraine.

Democratic activists in swing districts knock on doors in attempts to turn the elusive Obama-to-Trump voter back to the Dems.


"We all know that AOC and this crowd are a bunch of communists," Sen. Lindsey Graham said. But he advised Trump to "aim higher" in his attacks.

State Rep. Candice Keller blamed mass shootings on 'drag queen advocates,' 'homosexual marriage,' open borders and even former president Barack Obama.

Mexico is the most dangerous country for journalists in the Western Hemisphere. The purported drug dealer was killed in the Friday evening ambush.

Rod Rosenstein stood with a deadpan expression as Attorney General William Barr briefed reporters on special counsel Robert Muller's report

Democrat Michael "Mike" Broihier enters the 2020 U.S. Senate primary contest trumpeting a "no labels" message to Kentucky voters.

Barbara Bush, in a forthcoming book, had given up on the Republican Party. Susan Page expounds upon the story from her book, "The Matriarch."

God is unlikely to endorse this early in the race.

Tulsi Gabbard said she will announce whether she will officially boycott the Democratic debate in the coming days.