Trump administration, with other business entities, on Friday filed a motion to dismiss House Democrats’ lawsuit on President Trump’s federal tax returns.
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Article argues on debate on the relevance of the Electoral College that new conflicting rulings on the institution could generate chaos in 2020 and beyond.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) Thursday accused Vice President Pence of “selling out the Constitution” to financially benefit President Trump. Here’s why.
Democrats face politically fraught options in opposing Trump’s move to divert $3.6 billion in military funds to build 175 miles of his border wall.
Unanimous State Court decision in North Carolina has held State Legislative Districts as unconstitutional partisan gerrymanders under State Constitution.
For members of the Grand old Party (GOP), Republicans, hoping to run out clock on gun reform, the weekend’s mass shooting in Texas has complicated the math.
Years after presidential election, Democrats and Republicans are eyeing a much larger battlefield ahead of the 2020 contests.
Congress has several must-pass bills on its agenda, including spending legislation to prevent a government shutdown on Oct. 1.
2018 Pew poll found 77 percent of Americans would support laws to restrict the total amount of campaign spending for spending caps crosses partisan lines.
Political division, voters hardened and resistant to change constitute a recipe for a 2020 general election that could be contested on a narrow base.