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Recent articles by Igor:

Democrats Home In On Rudy Giuliani's Meddling In Ukraine

They want to know why the president's personal attorney was trying to dig up dirt on Joe Biden. → Read More

Senate Votes, Again, To Terminate Trump's Border Emergency Declaration

The president, though, is likely to veto the resolution that passed with bipartisan backing. → Read More

Impeachment Fervor Starts Spreading To The Senate

Several Senate Democrats, including Minority Whip Dick Durbin, said Tuesday they support beginning impeachment proceedings against Trump. → Read More

Donald Trump Mocks Mitt Romney For Losing To Barack Obama

The president took a dig at the Utah senator on Twitter after he expressed mild criticism of Trump's Ukraine phone call. → Read More

Democratic Front-Runners Spar On Stage For The First Time In Key Presidential Debate

The much-anticipated confrontation between leading 2020 candidates Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders never really came to fruition. → Read More

Trump Under Pressure To Lay Out Path Forward On Gun Legislation

The president is expected to be briefed on potential gun control proposals this week. → Read More

Trump Supporters At Manchester Rally Oppose Red Flag Laws, Divided On Background Checks

"There should be something on guns. There should be a better background check,” one man said. → Read More

Trump Follows Call For Unity After Shootings With Week Of Attacks

President Obama sang "Amazing Grace." President Trump hurled insults at just about everyone. → Read More

Kevin McCarthy Suggests Video Games To Blame In Wake Of El Paso, Dayton Shootings

The top Republican in the House said video games "dehumanize individuals." → Read More

Nevada Senator: Don't Storm Area 51

The truth may be out there, but finding it this way is "not safe." → Read More

Here's Where 2020 Candidates Stand On Abolishing The Debt Ceiling

The next president could face another debt ceiling crisis if Republicans decide to hold it hostage as they did during President Barack Obama's tenure. → Read More

GOP Congressman Calls Trump's Racist Tweet 'Obviously Not Racist'

Rep. Andy Harris argued Trump might have meant that minority congresswomen should "go back" to their districts. → Read More

Joe Manchin Keeps Realizing He Shouldn't Have Voted For Trump's Nominees

The centrist Democrat is having second thoughts about Labor Secretary Alex Acosta, who once helped sex offender Jeffrey Epstein avoid prosecution. → Read More

Republicans Have No Plan If Obamacare Is Struck Down. Some Don’t Think It’s Even Possible.

“It’s my hope and belief that the Supreme Court won’t strike the law down," Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) said. → Read More

Here's What Democrats Need To Say About Climate Change At The Presidential Debates

Three Senate climate hawks lay out how presidential candidates should speak about a defining issue for Democratic voters ahead of 2020. → Read More

Democrats Slam Joe Biden Over Comments Invoking Segregationist Senators

One of his fellow 2020 candidates called the former vice president "out of step with the values of the modern Democratic Party.” → Read More

Chuck Schumer: It's Possible To Shame Mitch McConnell Into Action

This tactic hasn’t worked well for Democrats in the past, though. → Read More

Sen. Lindsey Graham Disagrees With Trump On Accepting Help From Foreign Governments

The GOP senator, a close ally of Trump, said public officials should reject foreign assistance and contact the FBI. → Read More

Can Sen. Doug Jones Do It Again In Deep Red Alabama?

The Senate's most endangered Democrat says he doesn't intend to change as he gears up for an extremely tough 2020 reelection fight. → Read More

Republicans Are Angry About Trump's Tariffs. Will They Do Anything About It?

Some GOP senators are warning the president he could face a veto override on his trade plans for Mexico. → Read More