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Past articles by Seth:

RNC chairwoman: Liz Cheney still a Republican despite her criticisms of the party

The chairwoman of the Republican National Committee still considers Rep. Liz Cheney part of the team after the Wyoming GOP booted her from their ranks. → Read More

Douglas Wilder warns Dems of voter backlash from $450K payouts to illegal immigrants

Former Virginia Gov. L. Douglas Wilder said Democrats will pay a price at the ballot box next year if they start cutting taxpayer-funded checks to illegal immigrants. → Read More

Pelosi celebrates Trump court defeat in Jan. 6 inquiry

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday praised a federal judge's ruling rejecting former President Trump's request to block the National Archives from turning over documents sought by the House select committee investigating the Capitol riot on Jan. 6. → Read More

Youngkin’s win rewrites Trump campaign playbook for Republicans, Democrats

Virginia Gov.-elect Glenn Youngkin's victory in Tuesday's election is offering Republicans a roadmap for escaping former President Donald Trump's glare and forcing Democrats to rethink their strategy of running against the de facto leader of the GOP in the midterm elections. → Read More

Too early to call: Polls close in Virginia gubernatorial race

The supercharged gubernatorial race in Virginia between Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Glenn Youngkin was in the hands of election officials Tuesday after the polls at 7 p.m. → Read More

‘Tis the season: Trump offering donors ‘Trump Gift Wrapping Paper’

Former President Trump is offering supporters “NEW Trump Gift Wrapping Paper” in exchange for a $35 donation to his political operation. → Read More

McAuliffe, Youngkin scramble for votes in homestretch of Virginia’s neck-and-neck gubernatorial race

Democrat Terry McAuliffe and Republican Glenn Youngkin on Monday barnstormed Virginia in their final get-out-the-vote push on the eve of the governor’s election — first competitive statewide election since President Biden took office. → Read More

Virginia Democrats betting money talks in House of Delegates races

Eighteen candidates running for the Virginia House of Delegates have raised more than $1 million for their campaigns, for a job that pays less than $18,000 a year. → Read More

Trump cheers Kinzinger exit: ‘2 down, 8 to go!’

Former President Donald Trump celebrated the news Friday that GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger won't be seeking re-election. "2 down, 8 to go!" Mr. Trump said in a statement. → Read More

Mark Meadows: ‘I would put all my money’ on Trump 2024 bid

Mark Meadows is so convinced that former President Donald Trump will run for the White House in 2024 that he says he would put "all his money" on it. → Read More

Youngkin closes out Virginia governor campaign with traditional conservative message

Republican Glenn Youngkin is going back to the future with his closing argument in the homestretch of his gubernatorial bid against Democrat Terry McAuliffe. → Read More

Biden works to turn out Democrats in N.J., Va.. as approval, fortunes teeter

President Biden swept into Democratic strongholds of New Jersey Monday, hoping to breathe life into his "Build Back Better" agenda and the reelection bid of Gov. Phil Murphy, who is clinging to a solid but dwindling lead in a contest that will test the party's post-Trump momentum. → Read More

Youngkin goes solo, McAuliffe leans on surrogates in home stretch of Va. governor’s race

Republican nominee Glenn Youngkin is going at it alone in the home stretch of the Virginia gubernatorial race. → Read More

Fauci: Children’s vaccine ‘very likely’ ready in early November

Dr. Anthony Fauci says coronavirus vaccines could be made available for 5- to 11-year-olds early next month. → Read More

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen: High inflation should fall in middle of 2022

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen: High inflation should fall in middle of 2022 - Washington Times → Read More

Pelosi: Steve Bannon should be prosecuted for defying Jan. 6 subpoena

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Steve Bannon should be prosecuted for refusing to comply with a congressional subpoena for information related to the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. → Read More

Pelosi: Democrats ‘almost there’ on new spending bill

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats will finalize an agreement on a $2 trillion social spending bill and pass a bipartisan infrastructure bill. → Read More

EXCLUSIVE: Youngkin jumps into lead in Va. governor’s race, new poll shows: ‘This is anyone’s race’

A new poll shows Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin seizing the lead for the first time in the race against Democrat Terry McAuliffe in Virginia. → Read More

‘Building pressure’: Biden assumes active role in spending negotiations

President Biden is fast approaching the hour of reckoning when his legislative agenda will be either salvaged or blown to smithereens. → Read More

Alleged rape of teen girl in school bathroom tests McAuliffe’s stances on transgender, parent rights

The political peril inflicted by Virginia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe’s education stances deepened this week when a father accused the Loudoun County School Board of covering up the rape of his teenage daughter in a high school bathroom. → Read More