Former President Donald Trump claimed he is “more committed” than ever to winning the White House,  as he resumed his presidential campaign on Saturday after announcing his candidacy in November.  At events in New Hampshire and South Carolina, Trump also said he is “more angry” about the direction of the country. While Trump did not use these  campaign stops to continue to assert his dispoven claims regarding the 2020 election, he did generally call into question the integrity of elections. Trump also proposed plans

Representative Adam Schiff announced Thursday that he will be running for Senator Dianne Feinstein’s seat in what is bound to be a competitive Democratic primary. At 89 years old, Feinstein has faced criticism regarding her fitness for the job and she has yet to announce whether she plans to seek a full sixth term. Fellow California Representative Katie Porter also announced her intention to campaign for the seat earlier this month and multiple sources informed CNN that Rep. Barbara Lee told her colleagues in

Worries over Representative George Santos’ backstory spread over the summer and into the fall campaign season, issues regarding the recently elected Republican Congressman were not a secret among insiders, a GOP source informed CNN. According to the source, there was concern among consultants, donors, and other Republicans in Washington that many of Santos’ claims and his biography as a whole were not accurate. As details come to light, the freshman Congressman faces growing pressure to resign after he misrepresented his educational, work, and family

Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema has decided to leave the Democratic Party and register as an independent. In an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper, Sinema claims she has, “never fit neatly into any party box” and she further said that the move is, “true to who I am and how I operate, I also think it’ll provide a place of belonging for many folks across the state and the country, who also are tired of the partisanship.” Sinema’s decision is unlikely to change the balance

Democrats have fared significantly better in the midterms than many pundits and analysts expected, they have held control of the Senate and so far kept their losses in the House to a minimum. This electoral success is especially surprising given the historical precedent that the president’s party tends to lose a considerable amount of seats in midterms elections. President Biden has credited the “historic” turnout by young voters for the successful Democratic performance. The data so far suggests that Democrats defied expectations because of