A boisterous arena on the campus of East Carolina University was the latest stop for President Trump, as he held a “Keep America Great” rally. He singled out each of the liberal Congresswomen at the center of his latest tweet storm.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders vigorously defended his signature "Medicare for All" proposal during a Washington speech on Wednesday and outlined a timeline for how and when he would implement it.
Former South Carolina governor and congressman Mark Sanford floated the possibility that he would challenge President Donald Trump for the Republican presidential nomination. He says he wants to call attention to government debt and spending.
Senator and presidential candidate Kamala Harris says she's personally been told 'go back to where you came from.' The California Democrat, in Iowa, had an angry response to President Trump's recent tweet about four Democratic congresswomen.
Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.), co-chair of the bipartisan Congressional Cannabis Caucus, believes her colleagues across the aisle might not stand in the way of reform for much longer.
Joe Biden is defending the Affordable Care Act, challenging not just President Trump but also some Democrats who want to replace the current system with a fully government-run model. Biden, in Iowa, also blasted President Trump's character.
After President Trump issued a thread of xenophobic tweets calling on four Congresswomen of color to "go back" to where they came from, he defended his racist tirade again on Twitter, stating the lawmakers were the ones who needed to apologize to ...
New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is "cautiously optimistic" that the September 11th Victim's Compensation Fund's permanent extension will be passed in the Senate.
Jon Stewart caught many by surprise Friday when he said he wanted to be back on Capitol Hill in three weeks — Friday, August 2nd — for the final signing ceremony, a stunningly fast turnaround through the historically thorny high chambe
Democratic presidential candidates promised major changes to U.S. immigration law Thursday, contrasting their ideas to the hardline policies of President Donald Trump during a forum with Latino political activists in Milwaukee.
Senator Elizabeth Warren, at a presidential candidates forum with Latino activists in Milwaukee, was asked about President Trump's decision not to seek a citizenship question on the census. She replied "Wow. He's going to follow the law?"
Rep. Adriano Espaillat maintains that the Dominican Republic is still a welcoming vacation destination for American tourists despite a wave of recent deaths reported by the media.
They are Turks and black: descendants of the Ottoman Empire's African slaves form a minority in Turkish society that has long been all but invisible. Now, they're trying to reappraise their history.
In response to widespread discontent among the people and to promote unity, French President Macron has proposed closing the elite post-graduate ENA school of administration. He is himself one of its alumni.
In advance of Ukraine's parliamentary elections, President Zelensky has withdrawn some troops from the Donbas. War-weary Ukrainians elected him on his promises of peace. Now, they look to him to deliver.
-Von der Leyen tries to win over MEPs -Greece's new prime minister meets cabinet -Italy approves closure of migrant centre All this and more on Tuesday's episode of Raw Politics.
California Sen. Kamala Harris and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg are the most formidable of the two dozen Democratic presidential candidates, according to Anthony Scaramucci.
The Third Strike Campaign aims to shed light on — and give a voice to — the real people that continue to suffer everyday from the “tough on crime” justice system and the mandatory sentencing guidelines under three strikes legislation.
Katalin Cseh, a newly-elected Hungarian MEP, is coming to Brussels with progressive ideas. She said she's going against Prime Minister Viktor Orbán's use of "scare tactics."
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says President Donald Trump wants to add a citizenship question to next year's Census because he wants to "make America white again."
Rep. Eric Swalwell on Monday became the first candidate in the crowded 2020 Democratic presidential primary to exit the campaign, saying he would run for reelection to his California congressional seat next year.
Congressman Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) announced Monday afternoon that he is officially ending his 2020 bid for president.
U.S. Senator Dick Durbin says the Trump administration wants to put the citizenship question on the 2020 census to discourage Hispanic-Americans from being counted for fear information could be used to possibly deport one of their relatives.
Democratic presidential candidate Senator Harris campaigned in Hartsville, South Carolina on Sunday. She took on President Trump's "Make America Great Again" slogan.
Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris campaigned in West Des Moines, Iowa on Wednesday. She criticized President Donald Trump's planned Fourth of July celebration and discussed topics including healthcare and busing.
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Host Tesa Arcilla sits down with European politicians and experts to discuss the latest headlines from both Brussels and Strasbourg.
President Donald Trump is receiving mixed reviews for his stewardship of the U.S. economy, even as Americans feel increasingly good about how things are going
Cheddar reporter J.D. Durkin describes the spin room following two nights of the first Democratic primary debates for the 2020 election.
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With a smirk, President Donald Trump dryly told Russia's Vladimir Putin "Don't meddle with the election," during the G20 summit in Osaka.
People attending watch parties in New Hampshire, Michigan, Louisiana and Colorado reviewed Thursday night's Democratic presidential debate. Many said Senator Kamala Harris had the best night and Joe Biden had the worst.
Democratic divisions over race, age and ideology surged into public view as the party's leading presidential contenders faced off in a fiery debate in Miami over who is best positioned to take on President Donald Trump.
The Democratic Party is in no mood for a coronation. Joe Biden stepped onto the debate stage Thursday as a fragile front-runner and walked away facing new questions about whether he can maintain his standing atop the field.
India, the top importer of US almonds, imposed tariffs on almonds and other products as retaliation for the Trump administration revoking India's preferential trade privileges.
In Kurapaty, on the outskirts of Minsk, a restaurant is located right next to the site of a Stalinist-era mass grave. There is still no fitting memorial to the victims, killed between 1937 and 1941 by the Soviet NKVD.
Residents of the Greek island of Samos are divided on how to deal with the overcrowded refugee camp there. Some migrants have been stuck on Samos for years and poor sanitary conditions are causing many to become ill.
In Montenegro, the growing number of cruise ships using the Bay of Kotor is causing environmental problems. Yet the city of Kotor relies on the income from mass tourism.
People watching the Democratic presidential debate in several states gave Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker and Julian Castro high marks.
Ten Democratic presidential candidates tussled in the opening debate of the 2020 campaign at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami.
On a debate stage in Miami where a surprising amount of Spanish was spoken, Democrats blistered the White House for the deaths of a migrant father and his daughter whose drowned bodies were seen in searing photographs.
Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA) is trying to stake out a position among the two dozen Democrats running for president as an anti-war candidate who has the cred -- in the form of four tours of duty in Iraq -- to back it up. He spoke to Cheddar's Megan Pra...
The Democratic race for the White House kicks off in earnest this week as 20 of the contenders square off in the first set of high-stakes primary debates this Wednesday and Thursday.
Democratic presidential hopefuls descended on South Carolina Friday to meet voters and chow down at House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn's "World Famous Fish Fry."
A poll by the Associated Press – NORC Center for Public Affairs Research breaks down registered voters feelings toward the President and the large field of Democratic candidates.
House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn said the legislation on reparations for slavery is important to advance the discussion for righting a dark stain on U.S. history, but cautioned making a purely financial debate out of the issue.
Iran and the U.S. agree: the Iranians shot down an unmanned American surveillance drone on Thursday. The question the two countries disagree on is where it happened.