Month: September 2020

Republicans insist tax law will help in midterms

Republicans are brushing off questions about their plan to run on tax cuts in November after the issue failed to gain

Five lawmakers facing tough primary races

House members from both parties are facing difficult primary challenges as they try to win reelection amid a voter backlash

Whistleblower: Mnuchin's Touted Analysis Claiming 'Tax Cuts for Rich Pay for Themselves' Doesn't Even Exist

The Trump White House has pulled out all the stops in its efforts to help the GOP ram through its

As Final Tax Scam Vote Looms, Demands for McConnell to Seat Doug Jones 'Immediately'

After “bigotry and hatred were defeated at the polls” in Alabama on Tuesday, progressives turned their sights toward defeating the

'This Is Simply Price Gouging': Cost of Cancer Drug Hiked 1,400% Since 2013

Critics of the pharmaceutical industry have expressed outrage over a Wall Street Journal analysis that found the owner of a

New Report Reveals Trump's Year of Systemically Censoring Climate Crisis

A watchdog group that monitors U.S. government websites released a new report on Wednesday detailing serious concerns about censorship and

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Smacks Down GOP Gerrymandered Congressional Map

Pennsylvania’s high court on Monday ruled that the state’s gerrymandered congressional map “clearly, plainly, and palpably” violates the state constitution

As Larger Battle Rages, Washington Enacts First State Law to Protect Net Neutrality

While battles continue in both the federal court system and Congress, Washington has become the first state to enact a

Button: Hamilton ‘the cleanest guy’ I ever raced against

Jenson Button holds Lewis Hamilton in high regard for his outstanding talent, but the 2009 world champion also underlines his

Romney forced into GOP primary for Utah Senate nomination

Former GOP presidential candidate Mitt RomneyWillard (Mitt) Mitt RomneyMilley discussed resigning from post after Trump photo-op: report Trump on collision