The U.S. House and Senate enter the final week of their summer recess before they begin their last major legislative session before the holidays.
It was a wild week in presidential polling this week as separate polls showed Joe Biden trailing both Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, while others showed him leading the field by a sizable margin. Meanwhile, one presidential contender dropped another, a longtime Republican senator announced his retirement, and an Inspector General’s report shows former FBI […]
With former Gov. John Hickenlooper’s entrance into the race, there are now 14 Democrats running to challenge Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) next year. Who are they?
In this week’s edition of the Political Edge, we look at how many votes Democratic Senators running for president have missed and highlight an analysis comparing 2016 primary endorsements to 2020.
The House and Senate are still in recess until Labor Day. President Trump will return to the United States following the G7 Summit.
This week, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) saw her presidential poll numbers tumble, former Vice President Joe Biden’s wife offered a not-so-sterling endorsement of her husband, and pundits debated the merits of a possible recession on the horizon. See what got the newsrooms buzzing in this week’s video review.
Democrats are bullish on the prospect of defeating controversial Congressman Steve King (R-IA) next year. Do they really have a chance?
As debate continues on the strength of the U.S. economy and the specter of a possible recession looms, we highlight a new analysis from The Washington Post comparing the Trump and Obama economies.
Coming off a trip the Iowa State Fair, 2020 Democrats are continuing to work in early primary states to build their coalitions. While former Vice President Joe Biden continues to lead in national polls, recent gaffes are causing supporters to rethink his campaign strategies. Sen. Bernie Sanders, meanwhile, is pushing back against claims that his 2020 bid has peaked, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren is surging in the polls but concerns remain about her general election viability.
The House and Senate are still out until Labor Day. On Wednesday, President Trump will travel to Louisville, Kentucky, for a fundraiser, a roundtable with supporters, and a speech at the American Veterans 75th National Convention. On Thursday, President Trump will present the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Robert Cousy. He will finish the week by attending the G7 summit in Biarritz, France, until Aug. 25.