Louisiana Reelects Democratic Governor John Bel Edwards

In what many are seeing as a rebuke of the President, Louisiana voters re-elected Democratic incumbent John Bel Edwards over his Republican opponent.

Open Forum

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Trump Clears American Soldiers Involved In War Crimes

Against the advice of his top military advisers, President Trump has cleared three American soldiers of war crimes, sending a horrible signal to the world and to the troops in the field.

The Basic Problem with Trump and Ukraine

Public resources do not belong to the president to use for private gain.

Trump Attorneys Appeal Tax Return Ruling To Supreme Court

The fight over the President's tax returns has reached the Supreme Court.

Former Ambassador Describes Effort By Trump Associates To Push Her Aside

Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch described how the President's allies intimidated her out of her position, while the President intimidated her live on Twitter.

Trump Associate And Confidante Roger Stone Convicted

One of Donald Trump''s closest associates has been convicted by a Federal jury.

Federal Court Deals Another Blow To Trump's Efforts To Keep Tax Records Private

The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals dealt President Trump another setback in his effort to keep his financial records out of Congressional hands.

Democrats Shift Focus To Bribery As Impeachment Inquiry Moves Forward

As the impeachment proceedings move forward, Democrats are shifting their focus to a specific, and powerful, charge.

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A Photo for Friday: "Evening Magic"

Happy Friday.

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Former Ambassador To Testify On Day Two Of Impeachment Hearings

Day two of Congressional impeachment hearings will be marked by the testimony of the former American Ambassador to Ukraine.

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Open Forum

Where you can't be off topic because there IS no topic.

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Jon Huntsman Enters Race For Utah Governor

Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman is running to get his old job back.

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Supreme Court Allows Case Against AR-15 Manufacturer To Proceed

The Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal of a case from Connecticut filed by the parents of victims of the Sandy Hook massacre.

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Deval Patrick Enters Presidential Race

Former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick has entered the race for the Democratic Presidential nomination

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Democrats Begin To Make Their Case In First Day of Public Impeachment Hearings

There were few fireworks during the first day of public impeachment hearings, but the ground work for a case against the President was laid.

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The Political Resurrection Of Ralph Northam

Nine months after what seemed like the end of his political career, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has mounted a comeback,

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Nigel Farage Gives Boris Johnson A Helping Hand. Sort of.

Nigel Farage's Brexit Party is helping out Boris Johnson's Tories. Sort of.

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Pete Buttigieg Surges In New Iowa Poll

A new poll shows Pete Buttigieg surging in Iowa, where the Caucuses are 92 days away.

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Congress Begins Public Impeachment Hearings

In a few short hours, the House Intelligence Committee begins the public phase of its impeachment inquiry.

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Open Forum

Where you can't be off topic because there IS no topic.

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Sean Spicer Finally Booted From Dancing With The Stars

We won't have Sean Spicer to ikick around anymore.

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Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument In DACA Challenge

The Supreme Court took up the DACA issue today. No matter what it decides, this will likely become a big issue in the 2020 elections.

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Mark Sanford Drops Challenge For Republican Nomination

After just two months, Mark Sanford is dropping his challenge to the incumbent President.

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A Rebirth For The Equal Rights Amendment? Maybe, Maybe Not.

The Democratic victory in Virginia's legislative elections has revived hopes for advocates of the Equal Rights Amendment, Even if Virginia does become the 38th state to ratify the measure, though, the actual status of the Amendment is exceedingly unclear.

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Late-Entering Presidential Candidates Rarely Win

History shows us that candidates who enter the race for President late rarely do well, and rarely manage to win.

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Deval Patrick Reportedly Considering Late Entry Into Presidential Race

Former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is reportedly considering a late entry into the race for the Democratic nomination.

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Supreme Court Set To Hear DACA Challenge

Tomorrow, the Supreme Court will hear argument in a case likely to decide the fate of former President Obama's DACA program.

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Macron Calls NATO 'Brain Dead' Due To Lack Of U.S. Leadership

French President Emmanuel Macron declared that the NATO alliance is suffering brain death due to President Trump's neglect and lack of leadership.

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The 11th Hour, Of The 11th Day, Of The 11th Month

101 years ago today, the so-called "War To End All Wars" finally came to an end.

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Does Michael Bloomberg "Radiate Electability"?

One political scientist says yes. A bunch of others say wait, what?

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Michael Bloomberg Poll Numbers . . . Interesting

The newest entrant is outperforming most rivals but is intensely disliked.

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