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Recent articles by Natasha:

Democratic Candidates Who Have Dropped Out of the 2020 Presidential Race—So Far

As time goes on, more and more 2020 Democratic presidential candidates will drop out of the race. → Read More

These Are the 2020 Senate Elections to Watch

Can Democrats flip the U.S. senate in 2020? 34 seats are up for election as the chamber is currently divided 53-47 favoring Republicans. → Read More

Trump Says the Economy Is Doing Great, But These Economists Fear a Recession by 2021

A new report suggests that a recession is likely by 2021, but Trump doesn't agree. → Read More

Israel Will Allow Entry to Rep. Rashida Tlaib—But She's Not Going

Her official trip with Rep. Ilhan Omar is still not permitted. → Read More

When Does Congress Reconvene? August Recess, Explained

Why does Congress get such a long recess, and what actually happens—or doesn’t happen—during this period? → Read More

A New Trump Rule Could Deny Poor Legal Immigrants Green Cards. Here’s What You Should Know

The rule expands the definition of what constitutes a "public charge" to include those receiving non-cash benefits like Medicaid and SNAP. → Read More

This Is What Biden Actually Said About Women in 1981 Op-Ed

Gillibrand noted that Biden was the sole vote against the bill and highlighted an op-ed Biden wrote at the time, claiming that “he believed that women outside the home would create the ‘deterioration’ of family. → Read More

What to Know About Tonight’s Democratic Debate: Time, Channel, Lineup

Sen. Kamala Harris and former Vice President Joe Biden face off again. → Read More

The House Is Already Losing At Least 11 Republicans—And That Number Could Continue To Rise

The number of Republicans in the House who will not be seeking re-election in 2020 is quickly growing. → Read More

The Strongest 2020 Democratic Candidate Is a Woman, Poll Finds

The new national poll, from PerryUndem, finds that Warren tops favorability and likeability—beating out the other top polling male presidential candidates. → Read More

160 Million Government Records Exposed in Data Breaches Since 2014, Study Finds

According to a new data analysis, there have been 443 government data breaches since 2014, affecting millions of records. → Read More

Robert Mueller Testimony: What We Learned So Far

From obstruction of justice to possible Trump charges. → Read More

Trump Administration Seeks to Cut Food Stamps for 3 Million ‘Less Needy’ Americans

The proposed rule would limit an existing automatic eligibility rule, currently used in 43 states. → Read More

Trump Says He Wants to Meet with Schumer 'ASAP' to Discuss Conditions at the U.S.-Mexico Border

Sen. Chuck Schumer and a group of Democratic senators had visited several border detention facilities last week. → Read More

Trump Outspent Every Other Political Campaign on Facebook Ads—Before He Even Launched His Re-Election Campaign

He spent $12.5 million between March 2018 and May of this year. → Read More

USDA Faces Exodus of Scientists as Employees Are Forced to Move to Kansas City

More than two-thirds of ERS and NIFA employees are reportedly choosing to lose their jobs over relocating to the Kansas City area. → Read More

What Trump's New Abortion Restrictions Mean for Planned Parenthood

The Department of Health and Human Services reportedly plans to begin enforcing the “Protect Life Rule” immediately. → Read More

Did ICE Raids Happen? Mass Immigration Raids Fail to Materialize

This is the second time that President Trump's promised round up of undocumented immigrants did not happen. → Read More

Why Labor Secretary Alex Acosta Just Announced His Resignation

Acosta announced Friday that he would be stepping down due to his involvement in striking a plea deal with hedge fund manager Jeffrey Epstein, who has been indicted on sex trafficking charges. → Read More

Trump Expected to Use Executive Action to Add Citizenship Question to the Census

Trump is expected to announce plans Thursday to issue an executive order to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census. → Read More