Mitch McConnell’s decision to step down as Senate GOP Leader means the race to replace him that was in the shadows is now entering the spotlight.
Riley Rogerson is a politics reporter covering Congress at the Daily Beast. Prior to joining the Beast, Riley was the Washington correspondent for the Anchorage Daily News and a Report for America Corps member. She is a graduate of Georgetown University.
The “uncommitted” campaign said it hoped to get 10,000 votes in the Michigan primary. The movement ultimately got more than 100,000 “uncommitted” votes.
Former Rep. Andy Levin (D-MI) said Biden is like a friend marching toward “one of those cartoon traps” on Israel and needs a wake-up call. He might get it on Tuesday.
In an exclusive interview, former Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (D-FL) lays out her case for why she can beat Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) this year.
Ukraine aid is showing how isolationist the new GOP is under Donald Trump.
Republicans thought they’d run on high inflation, a bad economy, and border concerns. But with inflation easing, a good economy, and a blocked border bill, the GOP is struggling.
Former Rep. Tom Suozzi (D) defeated GOP candidate Mazi Pilip in the contest to fill the vacancy left by Santos after he was expelled from Congress.
After a failed vote last week, Republicans finally impeached Alejandro Mayorkas. But don’t believe it actually means anything.
Republicans have latched onto Democratic efforts to regulate the increasingly popular nicotine pouches called ZYN. The GOP’s own dedicated users are ready to go to war.