House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is calling for the removal of Confederate statues from the U.S. Capitol.
Two members of the Senate moved Thursday to protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller from being fired by President Donald Trump.
After Trump's win, Democrats should prepare for a packed debate stage similar to the GOP in 2016, says National Review's Jim Geraghty.
"Honestly, this could be the first trillion-dollar company," equity analyst James Cakmak says.
GOP struggles are getting all the press, but Democrats have their own fault lines, as the party's protracted 2016 primary battle made clear.
He's staffing up, touring the country, and still drawing record crowds, says Matthew Yglesias.
Democratic lawmakers demanded the appointment of a special prosecutor after FBI Director James Comey was fired on Tuesday.
Democratic lawmakers demanded the appointment of a special prosecutor after FBI Director James Comey was fired, NBC News reports.
Frustrated Democrats are already looking ahead to the 2020 elections to take on President Trump, NBC News reports.
Current trade agreements mean foreign companies, including some big firms in Mexico, might well be building the wall, ProPublica reports.
Congressional Democrats’ letters to the Trump administration are going unanswered, ProPublica reports.
Seth Klarman is not a household name, but his letter to investors, warning about the new administration, is the most sought-after read on Wall Street.
AT&T argues that Time Warner and its premium content, which includes HBO and CNN, would complement its distribution network.
Trump wants confrontational trade policies, and Congress will help him get them, writes Vox's Matt Yglesias.
"The next attorney general must bring hope and healing to this country," Sen. Cory Booker testifies against Sen. Sessions.
Sen. Cory Booker will testify before the Judiciary Committee against Sen. Jeff Sessions' nomination for attorney general in hearings that begin Tuesday.
Here is The Hill's initial ranking of top Democratic presidential contenders for 2020.
Hillary Clinton is really going to have to bring it in her speech Thursday night after that all-star lineup that included Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, the Hill reports.
Bill Clinton may be a great public speaker but if he really wants to help Hillary, the best thing to do may just be to stay quiet, says Jake Novak.
Jeremy Green has filled three Hillary Clinton related domains with stories mashing up her search for a running mate with Harry Potter.