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Former DNC chair Donna Brazile joins Fox News as a contributor: ‘I know I’m going to get criticized from my friends’
Former DNC chair Donna Brazile will join Fox News as a contributor beginning March 18.
A little-known Democrat who has been running for president for almost 2 years is trying a wild scheme to try and get enough donations to qualify for t...
Presidential candidates will need to receive 65,000 individual donations to appear on the Democratic National Committee's debate stage.
Fox News reporters are dismayed Democrats are blacklisting the network from hosting any 2020 presidential primary debates
The announcement came after a report from The New Yorker said there are unusually close ties between the network and President Donald Trump's administration.
"That's really a shame," Fox News anchor Bret Baier tweeted. "When it comes to fairness — our news product speaks for itself."
Democrats want to avoid a repeat of Republicans’ 2016 debate chaos and will split up their 2020 debates by ‘random selection’
DNC Chairman Tom Perez rolled out Democrats' plan for debates in 2019 and 2020 on Thursday. Participants will be selected by a random public drawing.
The Republican and Democratic party chairs gave their closing arguments before the midterm elections in back-to-back Jake Tapper grillings
Jake Tapper grilled the Republican and Democratic party chairs on their closing messages days ahead of the 2018 midterm elections on Tuesday.
Sally Yates gave her sharpest criticism yet against Trump: ‘Is all of this a momentary detour? Or has our country lost its way?’
The former Obama-appointed official has typically avoided the political spotlight after she was fired for refusing to uphold President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban.
While Democrats are pushing for stricter gun control in record numbers across the United States, upstart candidates in more conservative regions are airing campaign ads featuring their exercise of the 2nd Amendment.
The Democratic National Committee warned candidates running in the November midterms not to use Chinese-produced devices by ZTE and Huawei, "even if the price is low or free."
New Mueller indictment reveals that a congressional candidate requested stolen documents from Russian hackers in 2016
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced on Friday the indictment of 12 Russian government operative. The charging document says a candidate for the US Congress requested information and documents on their campaign's opponent before the 2016 election.