Rep. Alan Grayson’s ex-wife has accused him of physically abusing her over a two-decade period, Politico reported Tuesday.
The Obama administration on Tuesday invited thousands of new Central Americans to apply for refugee status in the U.S., creating a new path to bring not only the vulnerable children fleeing the region, but also their parents, adult siblings and even aunts, uncles, grandparents or others “related” to the kids.
Insurgent delegates to the Democratic convention admitted defeat Tuesday in their bid to try to deny Sen. Tim Kaine the vice presidential nomination, saying party officials gave them the runaround and prevented them from even getting the paperwork needed to get their pick on the floor.
Donald Trump vowed Tuesday to fire those responsible for the problems that have plagued the Department of Veterans Affairs and to give military veterans access to private health care providers, warning that “crooked Hillary Clinton” seems bent on sweeping the entire controversy “under the rug.”
Even Democrats paid more attention to the GOP’s convention than they did to the first night of their own party’s shindig in Philadelphia, according to a professor who tracks reactions on Twitter.
Sen. Bernard Sanders said on Tuesday that Donald Trump is a historically bad presidential candidate and said he’s transitioning his campaign to a new organization that will work to support like-minded candidates in races as far down the ballot as school board elections.
The lead plaintiff in the Supreme Court case that legalized same-sex marriage across the United States said Tuesday that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is no friend of LGBTQ citizens despite his recent overtures to that community.
Buoyed by increased support among Republicans in Ohio, Donald Trump has pulled even with Hillary Clinton in a head-to-head match-up in the state, and he is ahead of her in a four-way contest, according to a survey taken in the days after the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
Sen. Bernard Sanders did what he needed to do in his speech at the Democratic National Convention Monday evening — even as Mr. Sanders’ supporters are still “kind of emotional” about things, Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman said Tuesday.
Say good-bye to the Democratic Party’s long-standing support for “all-of-the-above” energy, and hello to “some of the above.”
Donald Trump said Monday that Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders “folded” by sticking with presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton amid an email scandal that revealed how party officials were conspiring against him.
Sen. Bernard Sanders told his legions of supporters at the Democratic convention Monday they must work to elect Hillary Clinton to the White House, saying the choice between her and GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump is “not even close.”
A former spokeswoman for Sen. Bernard Sanders’ presidential campaign said on Tuesday the election was not “stolen,” amid the revelations that Democratic National Committee officials were musing about how to undermine Mr. Sanders’ campaign.
Pro-marijuana advocates are hopeful the Democratic National Convention this week in Philadelphia will serve as a prominent springboard for the next steps to legalize the drug, saying potential progress at the federal level would likely go up in smoke in a Donald Trump administration.
First lady Michelle Obama gave a ringing endorsement of Hillary Clinton for president Monday night, telling delegates at the Democratic National convention that Mrs. Clinton has “the guts and grace to keep coming back.”