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Migrants share lessons with U.S. to improve climate resilience

People from nations vulnerable to climate change - like the Marshall Islands and Honduras - are helping the United States to better prepare for its impacts → Read More

US climate spending can help rural communities embrace green shift

Researchers say investing federal money in projects to tackle climate change in rural areas will help create jobs, economic value and a 'just transition' outside ... → Read More

DeWine hits McGrath campaign for using his image in anti-McConnell attack ad

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Saturday asked the campaign of Democrat Amy McGrath, who is challenging Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in Kentucky this year, to remove him from a McGrath ad that attacks Mr. McConnell on the coronavirus response. → Read More

Matthew Whitaker

Latest news and commentary on Matthew Whitaker including photos, videos, quotations, and a biography. → Read More

Nancy Pelosi - Bio, News, Photos

Latest news and commentary on Nancy Pelosi including photos, videos, quotations, and a biography. → Read More

Abigail Spanberger clings to lead over Dave Brat in Virginia: Poll

Democrat Abigail Spanberger is clinging to a narrow lead over Republican Rep. Dave Brat in Virginia’s 7th Congressional District race, according to a poll released Monday. → Read More

Unlike in past, a divided government won't be good for the budget, experts say

From the budget deals in the 1990s to the "sequester" spending caps passed in 2011, divided government has been relatively good for Washington's bottom line. → Read More

Republicans seek governorships in New England

It’s not usually thought of as GOP territory, but New England could prove a firewall of sorts for Republican governors in next week’s elections, with a potential pickup in Connecticut and a chance to defend governorships in other states. → Read More

Denver Riggleman, Republican candidate, up 10 points in Va. congressional race: Internal poll

Republican Denver Riggleman is leading Democrat Leslie Cockburn by 10 points in Virginia's 5th Congressional District race, according to an internal GOP campaign poll out Friday. → Read More

Debt to dwarf U.S. economy long-term if current policies are extended: Watchdog

The United States' long-term fiscal picture is so dire that if current policies continue, the national debt would be more than six times the size of the U.S. economy in 75 years, according to a report being released Thursday by a fiscal watchdog group. → Read More

House GOP-aligned super PAC enters Va.'s 5th Congressional District race

The main House GOP-aligned super PAC made its first foray into Virginia's 5th Congressional District race on Wednesday, attacking "liberal Leslie" Cockburn for having "Pelosi's values" in her race against Republican Denver Riggleman. → Read More

Charlie Baker and Larry Hogan, Republican governors in blue states, are two most popular in U.S.

Republicans Charlie Baker of Massachusetts and Larry Hogan of Maryland are the two most popular governors in America, and they're also cruising to re-election in two of the bluest states in the country. → Read More

Tim Kaine-Corey Stewart Virginia Senate debate centers on Brett Kavanaugh, sexual misconduct

Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine and Republican challenger Corey Stewart on Tuesday accused each other of hypocrisy on the hot-button issues of sexual assault and harassment in the third and final scheduled debate in the U.S. Senate race in Virginia. → Read More

Marijuana activists arrested outside Rep. Andy Harris's office

Two pro-marijuana activists were arrested Tuesday after advocates tried to confront Rep. Andy Harris at his Capitol Hill office in an incident that left the congressman with a bruised wrist. → Read More

Democrat Jennifer Wexton leads GOP Rep. Barbara Comstock in Virginia's 10th District race

Democrat Jennifer Wexton leads GOP Rep. Barbara Comstock in Virginia's closely watched 10th Congressional District race, according to a Monmouth University poll released Tuesday. → Read More

Barack Obama endorses Ben Jealous in Maryland governor's race

Former President Barack Obama on Monday endorsed 260 Democrats running for federal and state-level offices, throwing his weight behind far-left upstarts and longtime incumbents as he wades further into the 2018 midterms. → Read More

Brett Kavanaugh witnesses stick to denials as FBI investigates

Key witnesses have renewed their definitive statements that they did not see any of the sexual misconduct that a few women have said they suffered at the hands of Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, bolstering his case as the FBI gets into the heart of its investigation. → Read More

Lawmakers avoid government shutdown with spending bill

The new fiscal year for the federal government starts Monday with every department fully open and running through at least early December, after Congress made its best progress in years in passing the government’s annual spending bills on time. → Read More

Mazie Hirono and Jerrold Nadler say Brett Kavanaugh should recuse from cases involving Democrats

Democrats on Sunday said that if Judge Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court, he should recuse himself from cases involving congressional Democrats because of his “partisan” performance during last week’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. → Read More

House could investigate Brett Kavanaugh even if confirmed, Rep. Jerrold Nadler says

Rep. Jerrold Nadler, the top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee, said the House would continue to investigate a Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh if members feel the Senate hasn’t done a thorough job. → Read More