On an otherwise bleak night for North Dakota Democrats, a Native American woman unseated the architect of the very law tribes had feared would disenfranchise them.
The public and private feuding over how to resolve America’s trade disputes comes as the president prepares to meet with China’s president and as the White House considers tariffs on cars.
With Republican politics in Arizona looking less like the brand practiced by moderate senators like John McCain and Jeff Flake, many centrist G.O.P voters there are politically homeless.
“The problem is that Emmanuel suffers from a very low Approval Rating in France, 26%,” wrote Mr. Trump, whose approval rating in France is 9 percent.
The network, citing violations of the First and Fifth Amendments, asked a federal court to reinstate his press credentials, which were revoked after an exchange with President Trump last week.
What seemed like a mixed result for Republicans has turned more grim as Democrats continue to pick up seats in the House and statewide gains come into focus.
President Trump is considering firing Kirstjen Nielsen, the secretary of Homeland Security, as part of a wave of cabinet and staff changes.
The unfavorable electoral map of the 2016 election still seems to pose a problem.
The State of Maryland is expected to ask a federal judge to declare that by law, the deputy attorney general, Rod J. Rosenstein, is the rightful acting attorney general.
As Republicans work to cast the recount as illegitimate, their motivation is clear: tightening the party’s hold on power in the Senate.