President Trump opened his first press conference after the midterm — the longest press conference of his presidency — with talk about bipartisanship, but he quickly turned combative, sparring with reporters.
President Donal Trump canned his attorney general on Wednesday and replaced him with a former federal prosecutor who has been openly critical of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe and will now have the power to end it.
In a key ballot initiative, Florida will restore voting rights to citizens convicted of certain felonies after they have served their sentences, including prison terms, parole and probationary periods, AP has projected.
Motel 6 will pay up to $7.6m to Hispanic guests to settle a proposed class-action lawsuit claiming it violated their privacy by regularly providing guest lists to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) agents.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigned at President Donald Trump’s request on Wednesday, ending a tumultuous tenure marked by repeated public humiliations and raising new questions about the fate of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.
In the two years leading up to Tuesday’s midterm elections, progressives from all over the country activated like never before, captivated one another’s imaginations and inspired each other to think big in taking on President Donald Trump and his hateful, racist, authoritarian agenda.
President Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani can’t claim he lacks the money to maintain estranged wife Judith Nathan’s lifestyle amid their split after agreeing to represent the president for free, her lawyer argued in court Wednesday.
Voters in Michigan approved a ballot measure to legalize recreational use of marijuana on Tuesday, and two other states — Missouri and Utah — endorsed medical marijuana laws. Voters in North Dakota didn’t partake, rejecting a measure to legalize recreational marijuana use.
President Donald Trump and CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta got into a heated verbal back-and-forth at the White House on Wednesday that resulted in the president telling the reporter to ‘sit down’ and aides wrestling with the reporter to try and get the mic out of his hands
A combative President Trump on Wednesday angrily barked at reporters at a White House news conference on — refusing to answer questions and ordering reporters to stop talking and sit down when they asked things he didn’t like.
Republican Maria Elvira Salazar made a sure-win seat for Democrats as competitive as any analyst could have imagined, before losing the 27th Congressional District of Florida seat to Democrat Donna Shalala.
Soccer superstar David Beckham scored a big win with City of Miami voters, as they approved his referendum to negotiate with city leaders for an MLS stadium and commercial development on a city golf course.
Democrat Donna Shalala will win the race to replace retiring Florida Republican Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, apparently defeating Maria Elvira Salazar to flip a House seat that has long been a target of Democrats
Midterm elections are set to see a series of historic firsts, no matter how each party does. As they vote for women, Native Americans, bisexuals and transgender candidates, Americans are likely to break down a series of societal barriers.
The cable news channel got ahead of itself Monday evening when it put a graphic onscreen showing the results of the Florida governor’s race – roughly 24 hours before polls in the Sunshine State even closed.
First daughter Ivanka Trump, Fox News hosts Sean Hannity and Jeanne Pirro, conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh, Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and White House counselor Kellyanne Conway were called to the stage
Trump’s last midterm election rally Monday— but Trump called on Hannity to join him onstage anyway. Hannity, cable news’ most popular personality, told the crowd, “By the way, all those people in the back are fake news.”
Despite the countless polls conducted ahead of Election Day, the midterm elections are anything but predictableDemocrats are favored to win the House — but Republicans have a narrow path to hold the majority. the Senate side.
Florida is home to over 100,000 transgender adults, according to a 2016 study. Under new federal rules, any one of them working in a government office could be fired from their job for being transgender.
The identity of a person being scrutinized by the FBI after Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp launched an investigation into the state’s Democratic Party over “possible cyber crimes” has been revealed.
Democrats’ marathon campaign to seize the House sped toward the finish line Sunday, with national indicators suggesting the party is on track to end Republicans’ eight-year majority in Tuesday’s election