James said she is instead running for reelection as attorney general, citing the need to finish “a number of important investigations and cases that are underway.”
Author: Felicia Sonmez
For the first time, Hillary Clinton publicly delivers the victory speech she would have given in 2016
The former secretary of state choked up at times when she spoke about her late mother, Dorothy Rodham.
Trump had wanted to pick Amy Coney Barrett instead of Brett Kavanaugh for second Supreme Court opening, former chief of staff says
In a new book, Mark Meadows writes that Trump had initially wanted to choose Barrett in 2018 but the White House “passed over her then in favor of a more establishment-friendly nominee.”
Spending bill directs $7 billion to resettle Afghan evacuees over some GOP objections
“The only response I’ve seen from this Administration when it comes to the Afghanistan withdrawal debacle is to throw more money at the problem,” Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.) said in a statement Thursday night.
Andrew Cuomo under federal investigation over sexual harassment allegations
The probe is the latest repercussion from the report issued by New York Attorney General Letitia James’s office in August.
Two Georgia election workers targeted by Trump sue far-right conspiracy site Gateway Pundit for defamation
The women allege that the website and its owners knowingly published false stories about them that instigated a relentless campaign of harassment and threats.
Democrat Stacey Abrams, who narrowly lost to Gov. Brian Kemp (R), announces bid for Georgia governor in a potential rematch
Abrams, 47, said she’s running “because opportunity and success in Georgia shouldn’t be determined by your Zip code, background or access to power.”
Trump tested positive for coronavirus before first debate with Biden, former chief of staff says
Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows reveals the previously undisclosed test in a new book.
House GOP leaders face calls to confront Islamophobia among their ranks
So far Republican House leaders have been silent on whether they agree with recent statements by their members.
Rep. Lauren Boebert renews Islamophobic attack on Rep. Ilhan Omar, rebuffs call for public apology
“This is not about one hateful statement or one politician; it is about a party that has mainstreamed bigotry and hatred,” Omar said in a statement calling on House GOP leaders to take action.