Lawmakers and other government officials from both sides of the aisle had strong words for President Trump on Monday, but there were some who came to his defense.
U.S. intelligence officials call the Russian bots and trolls testing the waters a top concern, but they haven’t uncovered a clear, coordinated effort to mess with the campaign.
Ayanna Pressley, an African-American Boston City Council member, is mounting a primary challenge to Democratic U.S. Rep. Michael Capuano. Her friend Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's victory inspires her.
Democratic Rep. Joe Crowley of New York is toppled by a liberal activist, and in Republican primaries all three of the president's candidates advance.
Unofficial election returns show him with enough votes to serve another term, one that carries new executive powers. Critics had warned about re-electing Erdogan, citing his increasingly autocratic tendencies.
Republicans will get a shot at the governor's mansion in November's election, while Democrats avoid being shut out of House races in the state's "top two" open primary. Nationally, female candidates make gains.
Businessman John Cox finishes a strong second behind Democratic Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, a former San Francisco mayor who touted his 2004 support for marriage rights for same-sex couples.
Don Shooter says he has filed about 900 signatures to seek the GOP nomination for a state Senate seat in Arizona.
If President Washington was such a unifying force, why were the early 1790s so violent and contested?