A report stemming from the Cuomo controversy uncovered a broad range of internal complaints about the anti-harassment organization’s leadership and direction.
Author: Michael Scherer
Republicans seek a U.S. Senate takeover in 2022 but struggle over candidates
The environment looks favorable for GOP gains, but some Republican Senate candidates are battling even fellow party members over past controversies.
Retiring Alabama Sen. Shelby said to plan $5 million campaign to boost former aide as replacement over Trump-endorsed candidate
The Republican primary pits former Shelby aide Katie Britt against Rep. Mo Brooks, who has spread Trump election conspiracies.
Top GOP congressional candidate in Texas accused of abusing teenage daughter of estranged husband
Monica De La Cruz, designated a “Young Gun” by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), is running for an open seat in South Texas.
Youngkin’s balancing act with Trump appears to pay off in Va. governor’s race
The two men repeatedly spoke by phone during the campaign, allowing them to avoid saying negative things about each other or clashing on strategy.
Trump looks to 2024, commanding a fundraising juggernaut, as he skirts social media bans
The former president’s political operation is raising millions per month — even on Facebook, a platform which banned him.
Would-be speaker Kevin McCarthy walks the Trump tightrope, pursuing a GOP House
The Californian, currently the House minority leader, has worked to keep a fractious party in line, sometimes contorting his own positions as he strives to stay in the former president’s good graces.
Neera Tanden named staff secretary for President Biden
Her nomination to lead the Office of Management and Budget met resistance in the Senate earlier this year.
Group close to McConnell to spend $10 million attacking vulnerable Democratic senators on domestic spending
Ads in Arizona, New Hampshire and Nevada focus on the Democratic domestic policy bill working its way through Congress.
Democrats edge toward dumping Iowa’s caucuses as the first presidential vote
High-ranking Democrats have tired of its role in selecting a nominee, seeing the state as unrepresentative of the party and the country. Bungled 2020 results didn’t help.