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Here’s everyone who has officially announced they are running for president in 2020

From the Democratic frontrunners to the dark horses, here's a complete list of who has officially announced a 2020 bid for the White House.

The complete history of the US State of the Union address

On January 8, 1790, President George Washington delivered the first State of the Union address before Congress in New York City.

What 19 famous US lawmakers looked like when they first started out in politics

We look back at what some of the US' most prominent lawmakers, politicians, and government figures looked like in the early stages of their careers.
Senate Majority Whip John Thune (R-S.D.)

Step aboard the little-known subway line below Capitol Hill that lawmakers use to get around

While mostly frequented by lawmakers, the trains are for anyone to ride as long as they are cleared to enter the Capitol.
President Donald Trump

Here are the most important upcoming dates related to the government shutdown

From funding the courts to filing taxes, there are a number of deadlines complicated by the government shutdown.
Rudy Giuliani, President Trump's lawyer, scowls as he gives an impromptu news conference

23 outlandish claims and false accusations Rudy Giuliani has tweeted since Election Day

Giuliani has tweeted falsehoods about Florida election officials, special counsel Robert Mueller, former FBI Director James Comey, and Twitter.

Meet William Barr: What you need to know about the possible once and future attorney general

President Donald Trump is reportedly considering William Barr, former attorney general to President George H.W Bush, to head the Justice Department.

The incredible story of the Native American code talkers who outsmarted Japan during World War II

President Donald Trump made headlines by referencing Pocahontas at an event with Navajo code talkers in late 2017. Here's the story of the code talkers themselves.

From airport lines to food inspections, here are all the ways the government shutdown is impacting the lives of average Americans

The federal government is stuck in the second-longest shutdown ever. Average Americans are starting to see the effects from airports to paychecks.
Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.

Grading the Steele dossier 2 years later: what’s been corroborated and what’s still unclear

Two years later after the Steele dossier was published, several allegations have proven, at least in part, to have held up.