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  • Former Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson running for U.S. Senate

    Former Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson began his campaign Tuesday to unseat New Mexico's junior Democratic senator, seeking political opportunity in the space between Democrats and voters loyal to President Donald Trump. Johnson, a former two-term governor of New Mexico, was added to the state's list of Senate candidates as final paperwork was being filed with election officials.

  • WH insists Trump's no racist as he vilifies another minority

    FILE - In this Feb. 14, 2017, file photo, Omarosa Manigault-Newman, then an aide to President Donald Trump, watches during a meeting with parents and teachers in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington. The Whit... .

  • NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine supports Trump 'space force' proposal

    NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine has expressed full support for President Donald Trump's proposed military "Space Force" but added that it will have a role separate from NASA. Bridenstine said in New Orleans yesterday that NASA's responsibilities involve science, space exploration and technology development.

  • What to Watch: Minn.,Wis. primaries test allegiance to Trump

    In this Saturday, June 2, 2018, file photo, minutes after receiving the Republican Party endorsement for governor, Jeff Johnson pauses behind the stage, in Duluth, Minn. Johnson has been supportive of President Donald Trump.

  • 'Blue wave' to be tested in key Midwestern primaries Source: AP

    Democrats are fighting to beat back Republican gains across the Midwest as the 2018 primary season roars through Wisconsin and Minnesota, two states where President Donald Trump's appeal among working-class voters threaten to upend decadeslong political trends this fall and beyond. Tuesday's primary contests for governor, the U.S. Senate and the House will test the strength of Trump's fiery coalition against the energy of the Democratic resistance.

  • Mitch McConnell trying to remove hemp from controlled substance list

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is backing a bill to remove hemp from the Schedule 1 Controlled Substance list. CYNTHIANA, KY Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell toured a hemp processing facility in his home state of Kentucky Monday.

  • Collins' exit prompts GOP scramble, ballot questions

    Republicans may have to nominate Congressman Chris Collins for another political office in order to strip his name from the November ballot after the three-term conservative lawmaker dropped his re-election bid following insider trading charges. The odd move may be necessitated by New York state election law, which sharply defines how a candidate's name can legally be erased from the ballot.

  • Pres. Trump signs bill named for Sen. McCain, doesn't mention him

    President Donald Trump on Monday signed a $716 billion defense policy bill named for John McCain but included no mention in his remarks of the Republican senator, who is battling brain cancer at home in Arizona. Trump and McCain are engaged in a long-running feud that dates to Trump's 2016 presidential run.

  • Arizona Democrats hope to ride blue wave in midterm election

    In this June 30, 2018, photo, protesters rally at a Keep Families Together march at the Arizona state Capitol in Phoenix. The blue wave Democrats hope will crash into Arizona this November is creeping up in community centers, library auditoriums and churches.

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