Asked how he would apologize to Anita Hill now, the former vice president said, “I’m sorry I couldn’t have stopped the kind of attacks that came to you.”
“I’m not convinced the Cohen or Manafort stuff is going to be moving the dial much,” a Democratic strategist said of calls for impeachment.
She's introducing a bill that isn't likely to go anywhere, but it could become a big part of Warren's potential presidential campaign.
“Virtually all law-abiding citizens feel safer when they see officers walking a beat,” Harris writes in her 2009 book.
“This is a challenge on our side: We’re trying to force something to be a voter’s top issue in an unrealistic time frame.”
Send a tweet about either Gillibrand or Franken, and there’s a decent chance you’ll hear the other’s name.
“It’s accurate to say most of the energy on Twitter is on the far left, and a lot of the energy in Washington is on the far left.”
Democratic Voters Want To See A Fight Against Brett Kavanaugh. Democratic Officials Worry There’s Not Much To Do.
“We don’t want people to get lost in a wish list of fairy-tale tactics.”
"They make their members and volunteers feel like they have a duty to vote."
The California Democrat wants "a complete overhaul of the agency, mission, culture, operations.” But her office says that’s different from wanting to abolish it.
"They don’t get to go home to their families. Their families don’t get to have them."
Jarrod Ramos Has Been Charged With Five Counts Of First-Degree Murder For The Maryland Newspaper Shooting
The 38-year-old is accused of opening fire in the Capital Gazette's newsroom in Annapolis Thursday.
City liberals, miners, environmentalists, and union workers make up the Minnesota Democratic coalition. But, like in a lot of the Midwest, it's getting tougher and tougher to hold together.
“I’m counting on the fact that she’s a woman helping us out.”
Trump’s Supporters Say Outrage Over His Border Policy That Has Separated Families Is “A Manufactured Crisis”
But they’re less sure about his new order. “I wish he would have held true, honestly.”
Thanks to Harvard's redactions of a court filing, there is no reference to whether or how the school gives an advantage to the children and other relatives of top donors.
The court filings made public Friday are part of an extended court battle over Harvard University’s treatment of Asian American applicants.
"It's a shitshow," said one Minnesota Democratic strategist.
The bill goes further than existing federal labor law.