Caroline S. Engelmayer
Caroline S. Engelmayer was a 2019 intern in the Los Angeles Times’ Washington, D.C., bureau.
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As Bernie Sanders solidifies support with progressives, the battle among centrist candidates is poised to rage long after the New Hampshire primary.
President Trump picks a Texas congressman and loyalist to replace Dan Coats as the country’s top-ranking intelligence official, removing a national security official who had clashed with him on Russia and other matters.
As the crisis of homelessness worsens in many major urban areas, the Trump administration has proposed deep cuts in the federal housing budget and has walked back Obama-era policies aimed at homelessness, making the problem worse, many experts say.
Mueller’s testimony will be televised, tweeted and contentious. It’s not the first such hearing in the Trump era.
Acosta announced his resignation Friday amid mounting criticism of a lenient plea deal he struck with a now-convicted sex offender while Acosta was a federal prosecutor in Florida.
President Trump said Tuesday that he would look “very carefully” at Labor Secretary R.
Fourth of July celebrations in Washington usually bring Democrats and Republicans together to mark the national holiday while taking a break from partisan politics.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted Thursday on party lines to support a controversial nominee to the California-based federal appeals court, overriding the objections of the state’s two senators.