Electoral College News
Sean Spicer crashes Stephen Colbert's monologue at the 2017 Emmys
Stephen Colbert didn't hold back Sunday night while addressing politics and President Trump at the 2017 Emmy Awards -- and he also had a surprise guest in former White House press secretary Sean Spicer . The late night host and master of ceremonies at Sunday’s award show immediately fired jokes
Hillary Clinton on Russia probes, marriage to Bill Clinton, presidential debate
"There is no denying that the Russians interfered in the election, whether or not they had willing or unwitting help from the Trump team," Hillary Clinton said.
White House rules out Trump pardon of Sheriff Joe Arpaio at rally
President Donald Trump will not issue a pardon of controversial Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio during a campaign rally in Phoenix set for Tuesday evening, the White House said today. "There will no discussion of that today and no action will be taken on that at any point today," said White House Press
Special counsel impanels grand jury in Russian investigation
The White House said it was unaware of a grand jury being impaneled by Dept. of Justice special counsel Robert Mueller, but pledged cooperation in the probe.
Michael Moore talks abolishing the Electoral College , what Democrats must do to win
Moore explains why he believes the Electoral College is an "archaic" institution.
7 times Donald Trump made false or unsubstantiated claims
President Donald Trump faced criticism this week over claims he made about two separate phone calls: one with the leader of the Boy Scouts of America and another with the president of Mexico. The president's seemingly untruthful statements join a list of his previous ungrounded claims, coming as he
Trump questions states withholding voter data at election commission meeting
In opening remarks at the first meeting of the White House’s voter fraud commission, President Donald Trump repeated a suggestion that states that have been unwilling to hand over information on their voters have something to hide. “If any state does not want to share this information, one has to
COLUMN: If we lose our decency, we lose America
Yes, many Americans are dissatisfied with the status quo of politics and governance and have been for a long while. Nearly two-thirds of the country believe we are off on the wrong track and not headed in the right direction. Congress, the President and both major political parties have dismal
Best lines from President Trump's latest round of interviews
President Donald Trump stayed out of the public eye for the first half of this week but gave two interviews Wednesday ahead of his state visit to France for Bastille Day . The president touched on a wide range of topics during the two interviews, the first with Pat Robertson for “The 700 Club” and
Trump policy shifts contradict what Americans want, polls reveal
A number of significant policy changes enacted by the Trump administration fall out of line with the views held by the majority of Americans, according to multiple recent polls . Obamacare 's popularity has been steadily climbing since President Trump took office, and two of his major Obama-era