Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan blasts RNC for ‘unprecedented’ steps to shield Trump from a primary

"It's not the way we should be going about our politics," the two-term Republican governor told Politico.

N.C. elections board orders new election in 9th Congressional District

The board's vote followed Republican candidate Mark Harris' testimony calling for a new election after he misspoke under oath earlier in the day.

N.C. elections board orders new election in 9th Congressional District

The board's vote followed Republican candidate Mark Harris' testimony calling for a new election after he misspoke under oath earlier in the day.

Anthony Williams moves closer to challenging Jim Kenney, using Local 98 ties to taint the Philly mayor | Clout

State Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams made a series of moves this week that suggest he is creeping closer to challenging Mayor Kenney's bid for a second term.

Anthony Williams moves closer to challenging Jim Kenney, using Local 98 ties to taint the Philly mayor | Clout

State Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams made a series of moves this week that suggest he is creeping closer to challenging Mayor Kenney's bid for a second term.

Trump pledges to expand opportunity for every race

President Donald Trump pledged to expand opportunity for Americans of every race, religion, and creed as he commemorated Black History Month.

Trump pledges to expand opportunity for every race

President Donald Trump pledged to expand opportunity for Americans of every race, religion, and creed as he commemorated Black History Month.
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U.S. ambassador to Canada emerges as favorite for U.N. post

U.S. Ambassador to Canada Kelly Craft is emerging as the front-runner to be the next U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.

Cohen visits Senate offices ahead of congressional testimony

Trump's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, visited the Senate intelligence committee's offices on Thursday, meeting with his lawyers in preparation for three days of congressional testimony next week

Protests signal heated race ahead for longtime Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell

Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell's reelection campaign is already tumultuous.

Border wall funding could imperil projects in Phila., elsewhere in Pa., Casey says

U.S. Sen. Bob Casey's office says federal money for submarine manufacturing in Philadelphia, aircraft construction in Pittsburgh, and other projects in Pennsylvania could be at risk of being diverted to help finance a U.S.-Mexico border wall.

Tennessee governor says he regrets wearing Confederate uniform

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee says he regrets wearing a Confederate uniform as part of "Old South" parties while attending Auburn University in Alabama.

Lawyer: Ex-FBI official McCabe still facing investigation

An investigation into whether former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe made false statements remains open, and his legal team has been in touch with federal prosecutors handling it.

Judge imposes gag order on Trump confidant Stone after post

Trump confidant Roger Stone in court to answer for Instagram post that appeared to show judge and crosshairs of a gun

Should ‘City Council member’ be a lifetime gig? Allan Domb doesn’t think so.

The resolution would ask voters in the May primary whether to limit City Council members to three consecutive four-year terms. Philadelphia's mayor is already limited to two four-year terms.

Mulling presidential bid, Howard Schultz again fails to vote

Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, who has been criticized for having a spotty voting record in his home state, has missed another election as he considers an independent bid for president

Daphne Goggins says that she has mental illness and that it may be part of God’s plan to make her mayor of Philadelphia

Goggins, the mayoral candidate endorsed by Philadelphia’s Republican City Committee, disclosed to a conservative web site that the reason for her much-discussed federal disability payments is mental illness.

Advocates say U.S. still separates migrant families needlessly

The Texas Civil Rights Project released a report Thursday that counts 272 separations at a single Texas courthouse since June, when President Donald Trump issued an executive order ending widespread separations amid public outrage.

Cohen to testify before House panel on Feb. 27

Lanny Davis, a lawyer for Cohen, said President Trump's former personal attorney "will not be deterred."

Pelosi says House will vote on resolution opposing Trump’s emergency declaration

The resolution faces an uncertain fate in the Republican-controlled Senate.

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