Republicans fear reversals in November due to accusation against Supreme Court nominee

Republicans are bracing for political aftershocks from the sexual assault accusation against Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh, with some expressing fear that the coming investigation will refocus the nation’s attention on an issue that… Read More

Brock Long’s Woes Mount as House G.O.P. Launches Travel Inquiry

WASHINGTON — House Republicans will investigate reports that Brock Long, the administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, repeatedly misused government vehicles to commute from Washington to North Carolina, where his family resides. Representative Trey… Read More

The “Little Jerk” Once defined by his loathing for Trump, Lindsey Graham is now all-in for the president. Why?

Has a politician ever debased himself more in public than when Lindsey Graham eulogized his friend John McCain? Bleary-eyed from grief, the senior senator from South Carolina took his place at the lectern on the… Read More

3 Key Takeaways from Paul Manafort’s Plea Deal With Mueller

Paul Manafort’s plea agreement is a monstrously one-sided deal in favor of the government. That’s what experts who talked to Roll Call unanimously concluded after taking a few hours to digest the former Trump campaign chairman’s… Read More