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Washington Examiner

Kamala Harris will have a digital army behind her if she runs for 2020

Protecting special counsel Robert Mueller is a good government prerogative. It is also a political opportunity, and Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., as been making the most of it amid increased

Democrats would be nuts to oust Nancy Pelosi

As the effort to vote down Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., as speaker gains steam, it's worth taking a step back to acknowledge one thing: House Democrats would be nuts to oust Pelosi as their leader.

Blue wave? Not in North Carolina

As the midterm election dust settles, both parties can rightfully claim positive takeaways. On the surface, Democratic gains are easy to spot. But dig a little deeper, and you’ll find the foundation

Brookings' Stephen Hess, Washington’s most influential ‘Bit Player’

You’ve seen his name in stories about the White House and media, and on the spines of many influential books. And now Stephen Hess, the well-known Brookings Institution senior fellow emeritus, has

Yes, there's a political realignment. Just look at the Republican wins in Ohio

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — In no state was the realignment in American politics more apparent in last week’s midterm elections than in the Buckeye State.

This pro-abortion ad is the most ghoulish thing you'll see today

It’s one thing to advocate “choice” or even abortion, but it’s quite another level of rhetoric to essentially promote infanticide – even Planned Parenthood doesn’t do that. As it turns out, they’ve

Michael Cohen: I'm praying Michelle Obama brings 'back unity to our country'

Michael Cohen, President Trump's ex-personal lawyer and fixer, hopes former first lady Michelle Obama will help bring the country together as she embarks on a press tour to promote her memoir,

Sherrod Brown 'seriously' thinking about running for president in 2020

Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, is considering a run for the White House in 2020.

Company selling Trump-like stuffed animal that comes with blonde hair

A Dallas-based marketing company has created a stuffed animal teddy bear wearing a toupee similar to President Trump’s blonde hair in hopes of appealing to his Republican supporters.

Third time's the charm: Hillary Clinton giving serious consideration to losing another White House bid in 2020

Historically unpopular former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will make a third failed run for the White House in 2020, according to former Clinton adviser Mark Penn and former New York City

The right lessons and the wrong ones from 2018

BRUNSWICK, Ga. – People always learn the wrong lessons from elections.

Why Joe Manchin is still here

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — “You made history tonight. West Virginia made history tonight,” a hoarse Joe Manchin told the crowd on election night after voters gave him another term in the Senate.

Look inward, not to Washington, to fix the culture of incivility

It has only been two weeks since a deranged man in Florida was apprehended after sending explosive devices to prominent Democrats and media outlets perceived to be unfair to President Trump. That same

Nancy Pelosi: We shouldn't impeach a president for political reasons

Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said that if Democrats in the House want to impeach President Trump, it should be clear to the public why.

Brian Kemp resigns as Georgia secretary of state

Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, who is the Republican candidate for governor, resigned Thursday and will not be involved in any further election-related duties, according to the state.

Kevin McCarthy taunts Nancy Pelosi's 'old, old' leadership team

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., on Thursday mocked the likely incoming Democratic House leadership team as the "old, old past."

'Blue wave' turns out to be ordinary election, rather than an extraordinary rebuke to Trump

Democrats won the U.S. House last night. They also fell devastatingly short of their own expectations, and the resounding rebuke they hoped to deliver to President Trump has landed as a modest

Corporate America braces for tougher oversight with Democrats controlling House

U.S. corporations that thrived under two years of a Republican-controlled federal government will likely avoid any significant policy shifts after Democrats wrested back a slim majority in the House

Byron York: For Trump, challenge of governing with Dem House, but full speed ahead with GOP Senate

It took a while for President Trump to get used to working with the Republican-led Congress, but he developed a style of dealing with lawmakers that led to the passage of tax reform and a number of

Keith Ellison succeeds in Minnesota attorney general bid amid abuse allegations

Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison will become Minnesota's next attorney general after defeating Republican opponent Doug Wardlow.