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Lyndon LaRouche, A Political Conspiracy Theorist From A Different Era, Dead At 96
Lyndon LaRouche espoused extremist views and ran for president every election from 1976 to 2004.
President Trump Steals Hillary Clinton’s 'Stronger Together' Slogan
If President Donald Trump’s new slogan, “stronger together,” sounds familiar, that’s because it is. Just ask Hillary Clinton.
Beto O’Rourke Teases 2020 Presidential Bid In Oprah Winfrey Interview
Beto O’Rourke may soon join Kamala Harris, Cory Booker and Kirsten Gillibrand in the 2020 presidential race.
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Women Made A Mad Dash For Birth Control After Trump's Election
Researchers documented a surge of women seeking long-term forms of contraception.
Russian Hackers Steal Mueller's Files
According to a new court filing, a Twitter account swiped evidence from the special counsel Robert Mueller’s case in an attempt to tarnish the investigation.
Seth Meyers Explains Why Donald Trump Is A Pigeon
The "Late Night" host picked apart Donald Trump's isolationist talk.
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Congress To Probe Report That Trump Directed Michael Cohen To Lie
By Mary Clare Jalonick, AP
The report says Trump directed Cohen to lie to Congress about real estate negotiations in Moscow during the 2016 election.
Rudy’s Collusion Goof
In a bizarre interview with CNN, President Donald Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani admitted that it’s possible there was collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow.
Bernie Sanders Apologizes To Female Staffers Sexually Harassed During His 2016 Campaign
More than two dozen women say they were subjected to harassment or discrimination by members of his presidential campaign.
Bernie Sanders' Bungled Response To Sexual Harassment Claims Won't Cut It In 2020
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Former campaign staffers say they faced sexual harassment on the job. Sanders' response has left them disappointed and disillusioned.
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Russian Spy Maria Butina Pleads Guilty To Conspiracy Against The United States
Ryan J. Reilly
The Russian gun rights activist was enmeshed in Republican politics during the 2016 election.
Will Kamala Harris Run For President?
Sen. Kamala Harris has made a name for herself in the Senate with her tough questions against figures like former Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Now, Harris might be considering a run for president.
Trump: Michael Cohen Should Serve ‘Complete Sentence' For Things 'Unrelated' To Campaign
The president attacked his former lawyer, insisting he should serve "a long prison term" for his plea deal.
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Kamala Harris To Decide On 2020 White House Run 'Over The Holiday'
The California Democrat is one of the most highly anticipated presidential prospects.
Black Women Break Barriers In Mississippi With Historic Court Wins
"Maybe the citizens are no longer looking at gender but they’re looking strictly at qualifications," said one judge-elect.
Trevor Noah: Ainsley Earhardt's Recount Comment 'Too Dumb' For 'Fox & Friends'
"The Daily Show" comedian zinged the Fox host for caring more about "fun" than election accuracy.
Florida's Midterm Election Recount Gets Messy
Rick Scott is trying to limit the number of votes that can be recounted in Florida’s Democrat-leaning counties.
Judge To Hear Arizona Senate Race Vote Count Dispute
By Bob Christie, Nicholas Riccardi, Associated Press
A GOP lawsuit is challenging the state’s two biggest counties for allowing voters to help resolve problems with their mail-in ballot signatures after Election Day.
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Twitter Hilariously Compared The Democratic And Republican Agendas
A serious election got some much-needed comic relief on social media.
Seth Meyers' Tears Of Trump 2016 Are Nowhere To Be Seen In Upbeat Midterms Recap
The "Late Night" host wept while processing Donald Trump's 2016 victory. Not this time.
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'Me Voting In 2016 vs. Me Voting In 2018' Meme Captures All Your Midterm Feels
Remember how confident you felt casting your vote in the last election?
The Woman Who Flipped Off Trump’s Motorcade Is Now Running For Office
In 2017, Juli Briskman went for a bike ride and became a symbol for the resistance against Trump. Now, she’s running for public office in 2019.
Nothing Is Certain On Eve Of First Nationwide Elections Of Trump Presidency
By STEVE PEOPLES, AP
Trump himself has acknowledged that the 2018 midterms, above all, represent a referendum on his presidency.
This Candidate May Become The First Native American Congresswoman
Meet Deb Haaland, Democratic candidate for New Mexico’s first district and, if elected, the nation’s first Native American woman in Congress.
Liuba Gretchen Shirley Breaks Down Campaign Finance Reform
Liuba Gretchen Shirley explains why campaign finance reform would allow for more regular people to run for office.
Advocate Mia Satya On San Francisco's Homeless Youth
Mia Satya relates her lived experience with homelessness to San Francisco's homeless youth crisis.
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