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The 116th Congress is shaping up to be the most racially and gender-diverse House of Representatives class in history.
Floridians with felony convictions are now beginning to register to vote after the state restored voting rights to 1.5 million felons
Florida residents with felony convictions are now beginning to register to vote.
With Democrats sweeping to power in the House, control of the chamber's 22 committees moves from Republican to Democratic hands.
The US just sent 10 new scientists to Congress, including an ocean expert, a nurse, and a biochemist. Here’s the full list.
On Thursday, 10 new science-credentialed candidates went to Washington: one senator and nine members of the House.
2 photos show the stark difference in the new representatives Democrats and Republicans are sending to Congress
All of the new Republican members of Congress are white and just one is female; the new Democratic members are majority female and 37% nonwhite.
The 2018 midterm elections saw history made on multiple fronts, but especially in terms of diversity.
Democratic stars Beto O’Rourke and Andrew Gillum both recently met with Obama, stoking speculation about 2020 bids
Beto O'Rourke of Texas and Andrew Gillum of Florida both recently met with former President Barack Obama in his Washington offices.
A hotly contested congressional race in North Carolina remains in limbo amid an investigation over possible election fraud–here’s what we ...
North Carolina's 9th Congressional District is in limbo after officials delayed the certification of election results amid a fraud investigation.
In the meme, Brenda Snipes is covered with "I Voted" stickers, suggesting she played a role in the unsubstantiated claims of rampant voter fraud.
Racially insensitive comments have tightened the Senate race in Mississippi, a state with a long and dark history of racial violence and oppression.