Facebook, Inc. has removed 276 fake accounts linked to a conservative group.
President Trump took to Twitter on Friday to slam former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg’s pledge earlier this week to spend $100 million in the crucial general election state of Florida to help elect Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and defeat the president in November’s election.
Continental Resources Executive Chairman Harold Hamm told "Mornings with Maria" on Friday that "energy independence has meant so much to America."
One group in particular -- Majority Forward -- spent $46 billion on ads.
Elizabeth Warren, Kirsten Gillibrand and Julián Castro are among the Democrats who’ve announced presidential exploratory committees for 2020.
Hyde-Smith faces Democrat challenger Mike Espy in a runoff election vote on Tuesday
The former Republican-controlled House of Representatives pushed through three tax packages before the chamber changed hands.
The Senate should consider a vote ahead of the new Congress, said Texas Rep. Michael Burgess.
The results are due at 3 p.m. on Thursday.
House Democrats could rock the future of Trump’s NAFTA deal.
From “Real America versus Senate America” by Paul Krugman, New York Times, Nov. 8, 2018:
Several studies have linked the expansion of Medicaid to higher voter turnout.
Health care was one of Democrats’ signature issues during the midterm elections.
From income tax hikes to cigarette tax increases, voters say no.
Democrats won control of the House of Representatives on Tuesday.
In the midterm elections many states carried initiatives on the ballot. From marijuana laws to California’s gas tax increase, here are some of the states that passed new measures and what they mean.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, who died last month, donated more than $1 million to support the new laws.
Congress is divided, but both sides might be able to agree upon a bill that would benefit these companies.
Michigan will impose a 10 percent tax on marijuana-related transactions in addition to a 6 percent sales tax.
Typically red states voted on Tuesday to expand Medicaid coverage.