Democratic Party News
Trump adviser: Russian meddling 'incontrovertible'
Trump's national security adviser says there is now "incontrovertible" evidence of a Russian plot to disrupt the 2016 U.S. election
The Latest: Trump tweet undercuts McMaster Russia claims
President Donald Trump tweeted late Saturday that his national security adviser's contention that there was Russian interference in his election victory overlooks some key details.
Trump focuses on first responders after Florida shooting
President Donald Trump visited a Florida community reeling from a deadly school shooting, meeting privately with victims and cheering the heroics of first responders, but extending few public words of consolation to those in deep mourning
A look at competitive US House races in the Illinois primary
Several U.S. House races are expected to be competitive in the Illinois primary, including a serious primary challenge against Democratic U.S. Rep. Daniel Lipinski and a crowded Republican field in a swing district outside Chicago
Illinois Democratic congressman faces challenge from left
A Lipinski has represented what's now Illinois' 3rd congressional district since U.S. Rep
Trump overreaches to claim indictment proves 'no collusion'
President Trump is overreaching when he claim that the special counsel's indictment in the Russia investigation offers proof of 'no collusion' between Trump's campaign and Moscow
AP FACT CHECK: Trump on collapse of immigration effort
AP FACT CHECK: Trump cuts protections for young immigrants months ago, then blames Democrats for abandoning them
US Sen. Harris endorses Newsom for California governor
California U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris has endorsed Gavin Newsom in the race for California governor
House races offer Democrats best shot at claiming a chamber in Congress
Democrats want to take back at least one chamber of Congress this year, and the House of Representatives may be their best shot. The party needs to win 24 seats to make that happen and, as seen in the races below, Democrats are counting on swing districts, those held by retiring or resigned
GOP director takes sole responsibility for anonymous website
Maine Republican Party executive director says he alone was responsible for running anonymous website that published articles Democrats say slandered their unsuccessful mayoral candidate