Corey Lewandowski said Trump was pulled over about four years ago for talking on his phone.
An estimated 12.1 million Republicans think interference in 2018 wouldn’t be a problem at all.
We break down high-profile races where Trump’s presence had a major influence and not-so-major influence
Robert Blau stirred controversy with openly partisan statements to co-workers at the Millennium Challenge Corporation.
Current and former FEMA leaders acknowledge the agency for years had an ineffective system for dealing with complaints of harassment and other workplace misconduct.l
The former governor was the heavy favorite for the GOP gubernatorial nomination. It turned out he was the wrong candidate in the wrong year.
Tim Pawlenty’s not wrong about the change in his party, though it may not explain his loss.
The Trump team’s conspicuous new M.O. on questions about racism, collusion and conspiracies.
The Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General found medical reexaminations were unnecessary in 37 percent of the cases studied, wasting millions of dollars and potentially more than $100 million over five years.
While jobs and the economy are high priorities for black voters, they are not the only priorities.
The bad math behind Sarah Huckabee Sanders’s totally incorrect jobs numbers.
Ryan Zinke is the latest one to eschew such questions.
A radio ad by the Congressional Leadership Fund takes aim at Bryce, who prevailed in Tuesday’s primary.
A new poll shows 69 percent of Republicans think it’s never okay to accept opposition research from a hostile foreign power.
Tax Foundation’s new report says it will take years.
It’s at the heart of their midterm strategy.
But Trump-like candidates winning in primaries doesn’t necessarily equate to winning in November. In fact, some Republicans fear it could be the opposite.
It’s a strategy straight out of the 1990s. The question is whether it has mileage this century.