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President Barack Obama pardoned 78 people and shortened the sentences of 153 others convicted of federal crimes on Monday – the most individual clemencies ever …
The Electoral College formalized Donald Trump’s election victory on Monday despite protests around the country to encourage GOP electors to abandon the Republican.
Thousands of emails land in their inboxes every day. Copies of the Federalist Papers and other books urging political courage are being mailed to their homes. They are even getting phone calls in the middle of the night.
As members of the Electoral College prepare to choose Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States, some Republican electors say they are defending rural and small-town America against big-state liberalism and its support for national popular vote leader Hillary Clinton.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Sunday that the fallout from her tarmac meeting with former President Bill Clinton was “painful” for her.
Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta on Sunday refused to say the presidential election was “free and fair.”
Donna Brazile is calling on Congress to conduct a bipartisan investigation into Russia’s meddling in the U.S. election.
President-elect Donald Trump took issue Saturday with First Lady Michelle Obama’s contention that she and others are now feeling the loss of “hope,” saying there is good reason for Americans to feel optimistic about the nation’s future.
Casey Crawford is, unexpectedly, a popular man. His work computer holds 70,000 recent emails from across the country. Hundreds of written letters clog his mailbox. Reporters call, asking for a few minutes of his time.
Pressure on members of the electoral college to select someone other than Donald Trump has grown dramatically — and noisily — in recent weeks, causing some to waver but yielding little evidence that Trump will fall short when electors convene in most state capitals Monday to cast their votes.
Determined to hold around two dozen Senate seats in 2018, Democrats will use the coming series of confirmation hearings to try to distinguish themselves from President-elect Donald Trump’s billionaire nominees and convince working-class voters who elected him that he’s not on their side.
A Russian reporter named Andre challenged President Obama’s leadership Thursday, running down a list of problems that have worsened on Obama’s watch, including relations with Russia and racial tensions in America. “Does he feel any responsibility for all this?” the reporter asked.