Nielsen testified, "We’ve never had a policy for family separation.” A senator said a previously undisclosed memo shows she lied.
A nonpartisan campaign could upend the major parties’ calculations, adding more unpredictability to a complicated campaign. Schultz has not decided whether to run, and in what manner.
Two years after filling the streets of U.S. cities to protest the start of Donald Trump's presidency, women will march again this weekend to try to build political pressure against him ahead of the 2020 elections.
It’s a good thing Trump isn’t building the wall out of the joke bricks his campaign is sending to Democratic leaders.
A Democratic U.S. senator on Friday asked the FBI to probe whether Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen committed perjury when she testified to Congress that the administration never had a policy to separate immigrant families.
Questions and answers about why polling is trustworthy.
This week’s strike could lead to a political future for the Tunisian General Labor Union.
(This January 17 story fixes attribution in 8th paragraph to GAO's David Gootnick instead of anonymous GAO official)
On the weekend before the 2012 election, analyst Henry Olsen — then of the American Enterprise Institute; now of the Ethics and Public Policy Center — depressed conservatives everywhere with the prediction that on the Tuesday following, Mitt Romney would narrowly lose the presidential election.