Nancy Pelosi was irritated.
A freshman Democratic congresswoman from a swing district says she resisted supporting the impeachment of President Donald Trump for months until "the facts changed" and she decided to vote yes on both articles of impeachment.
A freshman Democratic congresswoman from a swing district announced on Monday she will vote yes on both articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.
Much of the staff serving a freshman Democratic congressman resigned on Sunday after sources said the lawmaker prepares to switch to the Republican Party, according to a signed letter obtained by CNN.
North Carolina Republican Rep. George Holding announced Friday that he will not seek reelection, saying in a statement that "newly redrawn congressional districts were part of the reason" for his decision.
Former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos, who pleaded guilty in 2017 to lying to the FBI about his contacts with individuals tied to Russia during the 2016 campaign, is running for Congress in California.
A panel of three North Carolina judges on Monday granted a temporary injunction that blocks the state's current congressional map from being used in the 2020 elections, ruling that voters had a "substantial likelihood" of winning a lawsuit that contended Republicans had drawn districts with "partisan intent."
Chief Justice John Roberts cast the deciding vote against President Donald Trump's attempt to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census, but only after changing his position behind the scenes, sources familiar with the private Supreme Court deliberations tell CNN.
North Carolina state Sen. Dan Bishop defeated Democrat Dan McCready in the North Carolina 9th District's special congressional election, giving Republicans a narrow victory in the GOP-leaning district where President Donald Trump won by 12 points in 2016.
Hurricane Dorian battered the North Carolina coast last week, bringing heavy rain, high winds and destructive tornadoes.
More than 10 months after Election Day, the final votes of the 2018 midterms will be cast on Tuesday in North Carolina's 9th Congressional District.
A state court in North Carolina unanimously struck down Republican-led efforts to maintain state legislative districts on Tuesday, holding that they amount to unconstitutional partisan gerrymanders that violate the state's Constitution.
Former President Barack Obama on Monday announced a new initiative that will help volunteers influence redistricting efforts in states across the country.
Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan extolled the late Justice John Paul Stevens and decried the effects of partisan gerrymandering on democracy. Yet it was not until a student at the Georgetown Law forum on Thursday asked about Spider-Man that Kagan began gesturing excitedly.
Well before President Donald Trump launched a racist attack against four first-term, progressive Democratic congresswomen, "The Squad," as they've come to be known on Capitol Hill, had carved an outsized profile for themselves due to their willingness to take on the Washington establishment.
Iowa and Nevada voters won't be bound by one date and time to participate in the 2020 Democratic caucuses, marking one of the most significant changes to the decades-old tradition.
President Donald Trump's fight to add a question about citizenship on the 2020 census means the government is preparing to take another shot at answering what should be a straightforward question: Why does it want to ask about citizenship in the first place?
The term gerrymandering dominated the headlines Thursday, but what do you really know about this political word?
In its final couple of days of the term, the Supreme Court will consider two of the most politically charged cases of the term and issue opinions that will give the public the first full glimpse of the impact of the newly solidified conservative majority.
Democratic lawmakers believe they have uncovered another example of previously-hidden political calculus driving the Trump administration's decision to include a question about citizenship on the 2020 Census.
Mounting evidence suggests the push to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census began as little more than a political power grab by Republicans.
In a victory for Democrats in Virginia, the Supreme Court held Monday that the Republican-led Virginia House of Delegates did not have the legal right to challenge a lower court opinion that struck several district maps they had drawn as an unconstitutional racial gerrymander.
The Department of Justice on Monday night forcefully disputed an account by the American Civil Liberties Union, Common Cause and others that the decision to add a citizenship question to the census was politically motivated.
The Supreme Court agreed on Friday to put on hold lower court rulings that ordered new voting maps in Michigan and Ohio.