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Democratic House, Republican Senate Now the Likeliest Midterm Scenario
Here’s what a newly divided government would mean.
From Impeachment to SCOTUS, Republicans Scramble for Ways to Rev Up the Base
From possible SCOTUS openings to impeachment to deep state conspiracies, the GOP is trying to get conservative voters psyched out of their skulls.
What the Midterms Would Look Like If Clinton Had Won
The silver lining of Trump’s presidential win for Democrats is that their party is facing a good, not a potentially disastrous, midterm election.
Senate Democrats Let a Big Bunch of Trump Nominations Go Through Today
Democrats had slowed down confirmations of Trump nominees to protest the Senate’s handling of health care legislation. Today they gave it a rest.
Ashton Carter Is Your New Secretary of Defense
The Senate easily confirmed the president’s nomination.
James Comey Confirmed As FBI Director Over Rand Paul’s Lone ‘No’ Vote
Paul released his hold on the nomination.
The Nicki Minaj Reality Show Will Be More of a Miniseries
But it’s confirmed.
Javier Bardem Will Definitely Be the Villain in Next James Bond
He should match up nicely with Daniel Craig.
Obama Nominees Confirmed by Senate
Stalling had led to Obama making threats of recess appointments.
Obama’s Labor Secretary Nominee Has Tax Issues
Well, her husband. Still, though, come on.
early and often
Tom Daschle Didn’t Realize He Had to Pay Taxes on That, Either
Here we go again …