26 Nov 2020
Flynn's was the highest-profile pardon granted by Trump since he took office. Democrats slammed the pardon, calling it an abuse of power.
14 Nov 2020
Post-election discontent could cloud chances for a coronavirus relief package. Democrats have appealed to Republicans for a shift of attention to the worsening pandemic and a return to relief deal negotiations.
19 Aug 2020
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8 Mar 2020
Democrats pull out the stops to woo California’s Hispanic voters
3 Mar 2020
In Texas, candidates and youth-led organizations are focusing on engaging young Latino voters ahead of the Democratic primary. The Hispanic community makes up a third of the state's electorate, but voter turnout in the community is also notoriously low: since 1996, Pew data shows that most eligible Latinos have not cast ballots in US presidential elections. It's key for Democratic candidates to woo Latino voters on "Super Tuesday" on March 3, when some 15 states, including Texas, will go to the polls to decide who will face off against Donald Trump in the November presidential election.
23 Jan 2020
As the US Senate moves forward on Trump's impeachment trial, Democrats have accused Republicans of trying to rush the proceedings with an "absurdly compressed" schedule that keeps witnesses from testifying.
23 Dec 2019
Democrats have clinched historic impeachment charges against US President Donald Trump. But they have a few reasons to delay the final trial in the Senate.
19 Dec 2019
Donald Trump likes a fight and he likes a show and Wednesday -- with impeachment voted right at the moment he was addressing a campaign rally hundreds of miles away in Michigan -- he got both things on steroids. "Through their depraved actions today, crazy Nancy Pelosi’s House Democrats have branded themselves with an eternal mark of shame," Trump said.
11 Dec 2019
Too much or too little? Democrats in the US House of Representatives are drafting two articles of impeachment against Donald Trump. Less is more, they say, in the hopes of a swift vote that would send charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress to a trial and a vote by the Republican-controlled Senate before the first presidential primaries in January.
13 Nov 2019
Three key officials linked to Ukraine will testify in an open forum next week. The open hearings appears to be a targeted shift from fact-finding to a public information campaign.
11 Oct 2019
Thousands of supporters in Minnesota cheered on U.S. President Donald Trump as he took aim at Democrats and political rival Joe Biden, calling his son Hunter Biden a "loser". It's the first rally Trump has held since Democrats opened an impeachment inquiry in September.
7 Oct 2019
US Democrats leading the impeachment inquiry said they had "no choice" but to subpoena the Trump administration. They accuse the White House of refusing to hand over documents and of actively obstructing the inquiry.