As the Democratic Party finds itself in crisis, Howard Dean — the former Vermont governor, liberal presidential candidate and former party chairman — says he would like to lead the Democratic National Committee again.
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Alex Pappas is a Washington D.C.-based political reporter for The Daily Caller. He has also written for The Washington Examiner and the Mobile Press-Register. Pappas is a graduate of The University of the South in Sewanee, Tenn., where he was editor-in-chief of The Sewanee Purple. While in college, he did internships at NBC's Meet the Press and the White House. He grew up in Mobile, Ala., where he graduated from St. Paul's Episcopal School. He and his wife live on Capitol Hill.
Newt Gingrich on Thursday described the role he would like to play for the Trump administration — but says he would like to do it from outside the government.
NEW YORK -- Donald Trump, an outsider businessman who has never served in public office before, has defeated Hillary Clinton in the race for the White House, shocking the political and media establishment who all but predicted he would lose.
NEW YORK — An upbeat Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions, one of the Republican nominee’s closest advisers, said of Donald Trump’s sweep of battleground states: “These are votes from real American people.”
NEW YORK -- Donald Trump won Wisconsin early Wednesday, meaning that he had more than the required 270 electoral votes to defeat Hillary Clinton and win the presidency.
NEW YORK -- After a grueling and unpredictable cycle, election day voting has begun, with voters deciding today to make either Republican Donald Trump or Democrat Hillary Clinton the country's next president.
Buses packed with pro-Hillary Clinton volunteers are now being sent to Pennsylvania instead of Ohio, a well-informed source tells The Daily Caller, another sign Democrats are increasingly getting worried Donald Trump could win the Keystone State’s 20 electoral votes.
A liberal super PAC — hoping to increase turnout for Hillary Clinton in the urban areas of Pennsylvania — is offering free Uber and Lyft rides on election day to voters in the Democratic stronghold of Philadelphia.
As part of his closing argument ahead of Tuesday’s election, Donald Trump is spending $4 million to air a two-minute long television ad across the country.
Two former aides to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie were found guilty in federal court Friday for their roles in the so-called "Bridgegate" lane closings of 2013.
A new television ad airing from Donald Trump’s campaign makes reference to “pervert Anthony Weiner” — the spouse of Hillary Clinton’s top aide caught up in the latest email bombshell.
President Obama is joining the Democrats who are piling on FBI director James Comey, taking an apparent swipe at the agency head by saying federal investigators shouldn’t “operate on innuendo.”
Republican John Kasich --- the former presidential candidate who governs the swing state of Ohio --- says he wrote-in John McCain's name for president instead of his party's nominee, Donald Trump.
For the first time since May, Republican Donald Trump is polling ahead of Democrat Hillary Clinton in the ABC News/Washington Post tracking poll of voters across the country.
More Republicans are calling out Sen. Harry Reid over his attacks on FBI director James Comey, with former Massachusetts Republican Sen. Scott Brown saying Monday the Nevada Democrat is “one of the most mean-spirited people in the United States Senate.”
A major development just 11 days before the presidential election, the FBI is re-opening its investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails.
Republican Donald Trump says he plans to write a personal check of $10 million to his presidential campaign on Friday, according to Fox News anchor Bret Baier.
Vice President Joe Biden’s name is being floated as a potential secretary of state if Democrat Hillary Clinton wins the White House.
When Donald Trump’s campaign launched a new nightly Facebook Live show this week, some in the media used it to suggest the Republican nominee is already working to create his own news outlet in case he loses the presidential election.