Presidential election polling in 2020 seems eerily similar to 2016, when pollsters wrongly predicted a Hillary Clinton win by a huge margin. Ooops!
Beryl Howell Chief District Judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia approved the Mueller grand jury extension without explanation. Howell was a 2010 Obama nominee to that court.
The 2016 presidential election opened a serious divide within the nation. A good time to start the healing is at home this Thanksgiving holiday
Peter Daou re-entered the public imagination when Hillary Clinton tweeted she was on board with Daou’s latest online innovation, Verrit.
In a year of unprecedented drama and unexpected twists, these 10 stories dominated the headlines in an eventful 2016.
Obama urged U.S. “friends and allies around the world” to "oppose Russia’s efforts to interfere with "democratic governance.” But he still can't say radical Islam.
While condemning the recount spearheaded by Jill Stein, Donald Trump has now alleged voter fraud, which could actually support the effort.
Donald Trump has tapped South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, not one of his early supporters or biggest fans, as his pick for U.S. ambassador to the U.N.
Democrats can’t wrap their heads around the catastrophic election results of November 8th. Sort of like the dinosaurs watching the meteorites.
Several groups took to the streets to express concerns about the policies of president-elect Trump.
The media have been in a bubble, not understanding the election or the voters. If they don't get it now, they are doomed to irrelevancy.
Hillary Clinton delivered an emotional driven concession speech on Wednesday. But what did she learn that inspired the words, and the emotion.
It looks like Evan McMullin has an outside chance of spoiling this awful 2016 election.
It will hopefully be up to the American people to still have the courage to alter or to abolish any form of government destructive of their rights and freedoms.
As the FBI looks at Clinton—again—Americans will decide whether at last there's any "there there." Clinton's career hangs in the balance, but so does America.
Certainly, the Democrats do not hold any moral high ground anywhere, anymore. Morality only truly matters to those who are rooted in some faith-based foundation.
Who would have believed that Anthony Weiner would rise yet again, and that the acid of WikiLeaks would reveal the obscenity beneath Clinton's smiling mask?
The Trump and Clinton campaigns and their most ardent supporters are united on this: A third-party vote is a wasted vote, a copout, an act of false virtue, and an endorsement of evil.
Donald Trump has survived problems that would have destroyed any other candidate. Why is he still in the running? Because his supporters are true believers.
Ecuadorian officials have restricted Julian Assange's internet access in the wake of Wikileaked emails and documents belonging to the Hillary Clinton campaign.