Month: September 2020

The Memo: High anxiety for Virginia Dems

Democratic nerves are fraying ahead of Tuesday’s governor’s race in Virginia, a contest most in the party had expected to

Comstock calls on Roy Moore to drop out of Senate race

Rep. Barbara ComstockBarbara Jean ComstockLive coverage: House holds third day of public impeachment hearings Gun debate raises stakes in battle

Theresa May Seeks to Pull UK from European Convention on Human Rights

British Prime Minister Theresa May will campaign to withdraw the United Kingdom from the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR)

'Deny Trump the Tools to Torture': Progressive Dems Call on Obama to Close Guantanamo

As pro-torture President-elect Donald Trump prepares to take office, members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC) are urging President Barack

Emboldened by Trump, Israel Rapidly Expands Illegal Settlements

Emboldened by the new right-wing Trump administration, Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu approved a large settlement expansion—2,500 housing units—in the

Facing Heat Over Ban, Trump Lashes Out Declaring All Negative Polls 'Fake News'

Lashing out over recent courtroom setbacks and growing opposition to the controversial travel ban, U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday

With VOICE Agency, Trump Continues 'Nativist Demonization' of Immigrants

Groans and boos greeted President Donald Trump’s announcement of an Orwellian new government agency—”VOICE (Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement)”—during his

Five Promising Signs (From This Week Alone) That Single-Payer's Gaining Steam

As the national healthcare debate rages in the wake of the GOP’s TrumpCare disaster, universal healthcare advocates have identified an

Fox News host on Moore: 'I would kick his head in if it was one of my daughters'

Fox News host Brian Kilmeade blasted Roy Moore (R) on Friday after a woman accused the Alabama Senate candidate of

As election nears, GOP braces for Moore victory

Top Republicans are starting to rally around embattled Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, with a week left before voters head