A new Reuters/Ipsos poll showed that a quarter of Americans have “little to no interest” in taking a coronavirus vaccine and are skeptical that the safety of the vaccine could be compromised based on the rate of which vaccines are being developed amid the outbreak.
In this election year, the key for American politicians to understanding Cuba’s politics is understanding its people and the promises of a better life that were not kept.
Republican incumbents in swing states have struggled to disentangle themselves from President Trump, whose voters are loyal but represent a minority of the electorate.
A distrust of prosecutorial power should not be abandoned.
President Trump, concerned about his own outlook in the state, plans to stay on the sideline in a race where he favored a different choice for senator.
In the latest twists in a highly politicized case, Michael Flynn’s lawyers are trying to force a judge to end the case immediately, and the F.B.I. will weigh whether it committed misconduct.
Former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko, now a lawmaker, has been called in for "urgent questioning" by the State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) in a case involving the smuggling of 43 valuable paintings out of Ukraine, the state's investigation service agency said on Friday (22 May).
A Democratic congressional candidate in Virginia is releasing a TV spot where she speaks candidly about assault, a new step in a political landscape altered by the #MeToo movement.
The congressman from Texas was confirmed by a divided Senate to take over an office at the center of the Trump administration’s investigations of Obama administration officials.
Republicans are using their Senate majority to try to uncover evidence of wrongdoing that President Trump believes is pivotal to his re-election chances in November.
Republicans are using their Senate majority to try to uncover evidence of wrongdoing that President Trump believes is pivotal to his party’s chances in November.
The campaign has been marred by violence against the political opposition and a disregard of measures to protect the public from the coronavirus.
“We need candidates other than boring old white people”: House Republicans are betting on a group of diverse candidates with compelling biographies to help them reclaim lost seats.
“You can’t only think the Swedes are smart when it comes to pandemics.”
The attorney general said that an investigation into the Russia inquiry was focusing on others, not the former president.
It will enhance the legitimacy of the election if we take the time for an accurate count
The move is highly unusual and has prompted a judge to appoint an outsider to argue against the department.
The party needs to figure out how to adapt to post-coronavirus politics to hold on to the seats that it flipped in 2018.
“The darkest winter in modern history” may soon be upon us, while Trumpists are obsessed with a new conspiracy theory.
After pressure from the president, Senator Lindsey Graham agreed to hold a hearing, but he rebuffed Mr. Trump’s suggestion that his predecessor be called to testify.