Trump announces a third bid for the presidency, even as GOP reels from midterm setback
By: Jacob Fischler - November 16, 2022
Former President Donald Trump, whose lies about his reelection loss in 2020 precipitated an insurrectionist attack on the U.S. Capitol, said Tuesday he will make another run for the White House in 2024. His announcement came only a week after a disappointing showing by Republicans — especially those who endorsed his false claims about 2020 […]
Democrats projected to retain U.S. Senate control after winning Nevada seat
By: Jacob Fischler - November 12, 2022
Democratic U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada will win reelection, the Associated Press said late Saturday.
GOP on track to control U.S. House, but dozens of races still undecided
By: Jacob Fischler - November 11, 2022
Major elections forecasters consider Republicans favored to clear 2018 House wins because many of the races yet to be called favor the GOP
Which party controls Congress? It could be days or weeks before we know
By: Jacob Fischler and Jennifer Shutt - November 10, 2022
Democrats still have a small chance at keeping their House majority after far outpacing Republicans in toss-up races and competing in some districts thought to be out of reach
No GOP ‘wave,’ but Republicans could still gain control of U.S. House
By: Jacob Fischler, Ariana Figueroa and Jennifer Shutt - November 9, 2022
Republicans fell short of their greatest ambitions for major gains in the U.S. House, with control of the chamber still in doubt early Wednesday.
U.S. Senate control too close to call as multiple states grapple with tight vote counts
By: Jennifer Shutt, Ariana Figueroa and Jacob Fischler - November 9, 2022
It might be days — or even weeks — before we know what party will control the Senate starting next year.
With ‘democracy itself’ on the ballot, Biden warns of ‘path to chaos’ by election deniers
By: Jacob Fischler - November 3, 2022
Midterm elections give voters a chance to reject “extreme MAGA Republicans” and their efforts to undermine the electoral process, Biden said
In attempt to curb gas prices, Biden will release oil from emergency reserve
By: Jacob Fischler - October 19, 2022
Polling shows concerns over inflation are likely to hurt Democrats in congressional elections next month
Biden pitches to the middle class as Democrats fight for support in advance of midterms
By: Jacob Fischler - October 16, 2022
President Joe Biden promoted Democrats’ efforts to bring down health care costs during a visit to Portland, Oregon.
Trump to be subpoenaed by Jan. 6 panel as the ‘central cause’ of Capitol insurrection
By: Jacob Fischler - October 14, 2022
Donald Trump must be held accountable as the “central cause” of a violent attempt to overturn the 2020 presidential election, the committee said.
Four things to watch for at the upcoming Jan. 6 hearing
By: Jacob Fischler - October 12, 2022
Lawmakers Thursday will provide an overview of the “multipart plan” by former President Donald Trump and his allies to subvert the 2020 election results, committee aides said.
The battle for control of Congress: Abortion, inflation, crime and Biden
By: Jennifer Shutt, Ariana Figueroa and Jacob Fischler - October 7, 2022
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said the GOP has a "50-50 shot" of winning back the Senate.