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Jessica Estepa

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Recent articles by Jessica:

Vice President Pence met with silence after mentioning Trump in a speech

'I bring greetings from the 45th president of the United States of America, President Donald Trump,' Pence said. → Read More

Ralph Northam scandal: How did we get here

The photo, which pictured a person in blackface and a person dressed in a Ku Klux Klan robe, was featured on Northam's page in a 1984 yearbook. Northam, a Democrat, initially apologized for being in the photo, then later said he did not believe he was pictured. → Read More

Here's who has called on Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam to resign

Here are the lawmakers and other public figures who have called on Ralph Northam to resign. → Read More

Ex-Secretary of State John Kerry thinks President Trump should resign

"What would your message be?" CNBC's Tania Bryer, the panel's moderator, asked. "Resign," Kerry replied. → Read More

OnPolitics Today: Shut it down

Here's what you need to know as the government shutdown enters its third week → Read More

What is the nuclear option? An explainer

President Trump urged Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to "use the nuclear option" and end the government shutdown. But what does that mean? → Read More

What is the nuclear option? An explainer

President Trump urged Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to "use the nuclear option" and end the government shutdown. But what does that mean? → Read More

Reports: NRCC says it was hacked during 2018 campaign, emails of top officials stolen

The campaign arm for House Republicans was hacked during the 2018 election cycle, exposing sensitive emails, according to reports. → Read More

OnPolitics Today: RIP, Mr. President

In this week's edition: Remembering George H.W. Bush → Read More

'He was more than a great man; he was a good man': Tributes to George H.W. Bush pour in

Family spokesman Jim McGrath announced Bush's death in a statement. → Read More

'He was more than a great man; he was a good man': Tributes to George H.W. Bush pour in

Family spokesman Jim McGrath announced Bush's death in a statement. → Read More

Robert Mueller probe: Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleads guilty to lying to Congress

Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer, pleaded guilty Thursday to lying to Congress, according to press reports → Read More

OnPolitics Today: Welcome to the jungle

In today's edition: Trump to rally in Mississippi and Democrats to vote on who they will nominate for speaker of the House. → Read More

OnPolitics Today: 'I wish her success'

In today's edition: The latest midterms news, meet the most diverse Congress ever → Read More

Read Jeff Sessions' resignation letter: 'Thank you for the opportunity, Mr. President'

Here's the full text of Jeff Sessions' resignation letter to President Trump. → Read More

Read Jeff Sessions' resignation letter: 'Thank you for the opportunity, Mr. President'

Here's the full text of Jeff Sessions' resignation letter to President Trump. → Read More

Read Jeff Sessions' resignation letter: 'Thank you for the opportunity, Mr. President'

Here's the full text of Jeff Sessions' resignation letter to President Trump. → Read More

Read Jeff Sessions' resignation letter: 'Thank you for the opportunity, Mr. President'

Here's the full text of Jeff Sessions' resignation letter to President Trump. → Read More

Read Jeff Sessions' resignation letter: 'Thank you for the opportunity, Mr. President'

In the letter, Sessions thanks Trump "for the opportunity" to be attorney general, and lists what Sessions considered his accomplishments. → Read More

Package addressed to Biden sought after devices sent to CNN, Clintons, Obamas

Pipe bombs packed with shards of glass were intercepted en route to several prominent Democrats, including former President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. → Read More