Former Vice President Mike Pence tells Morning Edition that he and former President Donald Trump have gone "our separate ways." Pence looks back on pivotal moments and ahead to what he might do next.
After an uneven start, Donald Trump's tour of revenge ousted Republican members of Congress, unleashed an army of Trump-backed "America First" candidates to beat back the establishment and strengthened his grip on the party.
In his return to Washington, Trump rambles about violent crime and the election he lost while his former vice president tries to present a competing vision of the future of the Republican Party.
The man who forged successful alliances with Democratic health giants, such as Sen. Kennedy and Rep. Waxman, fell back on his deep conservative roots as opposition grew to the Affordable Care Act.
McCarthy faces a tricky conversation with his conference over what he said, which could come when the House returns from recess next week, but the ultimate judge is likely former President Trump.
Young, who was first elected to the U.S. House in 1973, was known for his brusque style. In later years in office, his off-color comments and gaffes sometimes overshadowed his work.
Hundreds of candidates just cut a check and filed paperwork to be on the ballot in Georgia this year.
Friday on Political Rewind: Gov. Brian Kemp filed the necessary qualifying paperwork for his gubernatorial campaign. But how's his campaign shaping up? Plus, a bill in the state Capitol gives law enforcement more power over protestors and demonstrations. Meanwhile, a proposed measure would prevent private schools from talking about sexual orientation.
The resilience of the "Big Lie" is prompting consternation and creative efforts to reach those who remain adamant — despite all evidence to the contrary — that the 2020 presidential vote was rigged.
U.S. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is headlining the Georgia GOP’s 2021 Chairman’s Dinner next month. Georgia Republican Party Chairman David Shafer made the announcement Wednesday.
Oklahoma is welcoming more Afghan refugees than any state besides California and Texas. The state Republican party opposes it, but elected GOP leaders are defying it and eager to help new arrivals.
Attacked by some Republicans for not supporting the former president enough and vilified by Democrats for being too much like Donald Trump, Gov. Brian Kemp formally launched his reelection bid Saturday fighting back against his detractors.
Michigan Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey said Tuesday he regretted his "insensitive comments," but he didn't address his claims that the siege was fake.
Monday on Political Rewind: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has published new polling gauging voter attitudes in Georgia in the aftermath of January's major political headlines, including the Senate runoffs, the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, former President Donald Trump's second impeachment and more.
The survey results show that state Republicans are in a much weaker position than they have been in years. About half of those polled said that they have a positive view of Democrats, but only about a third said the same about the GOP. Still, a majority of Georgians polled approved of proposals for adding photo I.D. or other documentation for absentee voting, but oppose further restrictions.
Evangelicals, says Ed Stetzer of the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College, should start to reckon with their own behaviors and actions that may have helped fuel the insurrection at the Capitol.