By Allison Payne
A group of Republican senators introduced a version of President Trump’s immigration proposal just before the Senate comes together to debate the issue.
By Emma Sinn
Joe Biden brushed off notions that he would have done better than Hillary Clinton, saying that the Republicans would “probably have eaten me alive.”
By Gennaro Ilaria
In a position not normally known for its influence, Mike Pence may become one of the most powerful vice presidents in history.
By Kayla LaRosa
Republican Sen. John McCain is facing some challenges in his pursuit of reelection for his sixth term in the senate since denouncing GOP Presidential Nominee Donald Trump for his inappropriate sexual comments towards women in the infamously viral leaked 2005 video.
By Autumn Pattison
Donald Trump has divided the Republican party to a point of no return, and the recent discovery of his admission to sexual assault has caused many of the party’s top names to disassociate themselves from their presidential nominee.
By Shaynah Ferreira
Democratic Presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton is putting pressure on Republicans to take a stand on Donald Trump as she attempts to capitalize on the division of the Republican party.
By Philip Noble
Jeb Bush has reaffirmed that he will not vote for either major party candidate for president, and is suggesting that other voters do the same.