North Carolina lawmakers have been forced back to the drawing board after state court ruled last month congressional map was drawn along partisan lines.
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As televised impeachment hearings approach, The Hill revisits five instances where past congressional hearings delivered major drama.
Evo Morales of Bolivia resigned Sunday amidst protests and military pressure. Socialists see capitalism’s hand but Morales sought an illegal fourth term.
In last-minute move, Democrats are shifting impeachment rhetoric just days before first public hearings into Trump’s foreign policy in Ukraine.
Police in Tuscaloosa Alabama arrested a man in connection with balloon-slashing on Nov. 9 during protests as Trump’s visited a football game.
Kentucky Gov Matt Bevin (Rep) wants a recanvass of Tuesday’s gubernatorial in which Democratic Attorney General Andy Beshear was ahead by 5,000 votes.
North Carolina judge ruled Monday more than 100,000 computer documents of deceased Republican redistricting guru no longer under confidentiality order.
Article in Common Cause examining challenges to US democracy argues one-issue politics fuels polarization, doom consensus, and slam the brakes progress.
House Democrats are actively wrapping up weeks-long investigation into Trump before 2020, setting up a vote to impeach the President by Christmas.
This week saw release of closed-door depositions in impeachment inquiry. This comes as House set to begin public sessions of impeachment hearings next week.