The Connecticut Democrat announces she will not run this year amid calls for her resignation over her handling of the firing of a former chief of staff accused of harassment.
The president signs a memorandum directing the Justice Department to complete a review on bump stocks and propose a rule “banning all devices that turn legal weapons into machine guns.”
A report by Claire McCaskill sheds light on the opioid industry’s ability to shape public opinion and raises questions about drug companies' roles in the overdose epidemic.
The California Democrat, the only Holocaust survivor ever to serve in Congress, died in 2008. He was known for his advocacy for democracy and human rights around the world.
Voter turnout is considered key to the outcome of the race between Republican Moore, who has been fighting accusations of sexual misconduct, and Democrat Doug Jones.
In this episode of "The Breakthrough" podcast, the authors of a buzzy book on Clinton's 2016 bid for the presidency give an illuminating postmortem.
Several Republican senators, including John McCain, ended up siding with their party after keeping colleagues—and concerned voters—in suspense.
Wednesday's attack on a GOP sports team in Alexandria, Va., offers yet another lesson about gun control, but party politics have gotten in the way.
The interests of most Americans are lost in the struggles between the dominant sectors of both parties, which favor corporate interests over basic human rights and needs.