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The Democrat who lost to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is joining a major lobbying firm that represents Amazon and other massive corporations
Squire Patton Boggs has a long list of clients that range from major corporations to city governments.
Here’s the timeline of how Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez went from bartender to congresswoman in less than a year
The major moments in Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's journey from bartender to influential congresswoman.
Meet Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the millennial, socialist political novice who’s now the youngest woman ever elected to Congress
The 29-year-old made history in the 2018 midterm elections.
Democrats view socialism more positively than capitalism now — and it could signify a major shift for the party
The poll also showed massive drops in favorability of capitalism for younger Americans. Capitalism has lost traction with Americans age 18-29, whose view of the economic system has fallen by 12 points since 2016 to 45 percent. At the same time, young American's views of socialism is at 51 percent.
The fight to replace Rep. Joe Crowley as the next chair of the House Democratic Caucus got an extra boost on Tuesday, when California Rep. and current Vice Chair Linda Sánchez announced her intent to run for the spot.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez accuses Joe Crowley of mounting a 3rd party bid against her in a Twitter fight
After being celebrated for their collegiality following progressive insurgent Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's stunning victory over Rep. Joe Crowley in New York's Democratic primary last month, the new Democratic nominee and the longtime incumbent launched into a Twitter war on Thursday.
Top Democrat calls out leadership and says a ‘generational shift’ is needed: ‘I don’t intend to stay in Congress until I’...
As more insurgent Democrats make their way into the party, sometimes upending key figures in the leadership like the recent ousting of one member of the leadership, one ranking Democratic Rep. is maintaining her position for a "generational shift" in the party's brass.
Panicked Democrats are scrambling for a plan to handle insurgent candidates as more upend the 2018 midterms
As more Democrats upend the old guard within the House ranks, a debate is ensuing about how to approach these new candidates who might not be inclined to toe the party line when they arrive in Congress next year.
Speaker Paul Ryan is coming under fire from lawmakers after abruptly dismissing the House's chaplain, a Jesuit priest who had served in the role since 2011.