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Florida’s ongoing partisan battle over recount continues

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) – Florida’s ongoing recount battle will head back to a courtroom on Wednesday as lawyers for Democrats ask a federal judge to set aside the state law that mandates that a vote be thrown out if signatures on [...]

Matthew Whitaker appointment ignites partisan firestorm

Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker has always had his eye on a higher office, even willing to mount a campaign to become Iowa’s treasurer early in his career simply because the Republican Party needed a candidate. Mr. Whitaker was trounced [...]

Cotton growers vs. urban farmers: Bitter partisan fight threatens farm bill

On Wednesday Senate Agriculture’s ranking member Debbie Stabenow said, “playing politics is not going to get a farm bill done.” | AP Photo/Paul Sancya Share on Facebook Share on Twitter */ ]]> Mounting tensions between [...]

Kavanaugh’s impartiality questioned after partisan attacks

Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway said on “CBS This Morning” about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s works as a federal appellate judge, “People have never questioned his judicial temperament and his decisions. [...]

Partisan brawl erupts over Kavanaugh hearing

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, accompanied by Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (left) and Sen. John Thune of South Dakota, speaks with reporters on Capitol Hill on Sept. 18. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter */ ]]> Senate [...]

Partisan brawl erupts after Booker releases Kavanaugh docs

Kavanaugh Confirmation The documents in question, earlier believed to be confidential, were cleared for release. By ELANA SCHOR 09/06/2018 10:59 AM EDT Updated 09/06/2018 03:15 PM EDT 2018-09-06T03:15-0400 Share on Facebook Share [...]
Partisan clashes delay spending bill
“I’m hoping today,” Speaker Paul Ryan told reporters when asked Tuesday morning when leaders would wrap up negotiations. “There are some unresolved [...]
How to Argue About the Oscars Like a Partisan Hack
When the Academy Award for Best Picture is handed out some 4½ hours into the ceremony on Sunday night, it will mark the end of Oscar season, and I will breathe a thankful sigh of relief. Don’t misunderstand: I love film, I just hate what [...]
Partisan ‘poison’ threatens House Intel’s panel oversight work
The House Intelligence Committee, for years considered an oasis of bipartisanship in a fractious Congress, has collapsed into what many lawmakers call unprecedented bitterness and distrust that endangers its core mission of protecting national [...]
Congress tries to cool partisan fever on Russia
Top Russia investigators in Congress are straining to salvage some bipartisan cooperation amid acrimony that has come to threaten the credibility of their probes. Partisan anger has unsettled Russia inquiries by the Senate Judiciary Committee [...]