Maine GOP Primary Is Becoming a Proxy Fight Over War, Saudi Arabia
The race in Maine provides an up-close look at the divisions inside the Republican party and the financial backing of each side.
Protests Against Policing Could Help Make Formerly Homeless Candace Valenzuela the First Afro-Latina in Congress
In a Texas congressional race, Valenzuela, a local school board member, is climbing in the polls against former Air Force Col. Kim Olson.
Trailing Jamaal Bowman by 25 Points, Rep. Eliot Engel Sues to Be Able to Challenge Absentee Ballots
In a lawsuit filed in early July, Eliot Engel seeks to maintain right to challenge the validity of absentee ballots — a move more common in close races.
Florida Democratic Candidates Organize to Protest Florida Democratic Party
Candidates say the party is more concerned with making money from candidates than competing in red districts.
How the House Armed Services Committee, in the Middle of a Pandemic, Approved a Huge Military Budget and More War in Afghanistan
The least-discussed congressional proceedings are often the most consequential — and almost always bipartisan.