news paper icon

Analyzed News: party



Coronavirus spreading graph comparison between countries



Articles in topic party

RNC sues January 6 committee to block subpoena of Salesforce records

The Republican National Committee on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against the House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, insurrection, revealing a recent effort by House investigators to unearth information about how the party and the Trump campaign used an email software to spread misinformation about the 2020 election and fuel violence that led to the US Capitol attack.

[ cnn.com ]

Review: 'Joe vs Carole' arrives after 'Tiger King' has used up most of its lives

It's never ideal to arrive way too late to the party, and "Joe vs Carole" feels guilty of that, adapting the story of Netflix's "Tiger King," a.k.a. Joe Exotic, into a limited series that dutifully replicates those events without much bite. The attention might still be welcome for streaming service Peacock, but after a poorly received docu-sequel, this cat appears to have exhausted most of its lives.

[ cnn.com ]

SE Cupp: Putin is playing Trump and Fox

In this week's episode of "Unfiltered," SE Cupp says far-right voices in the Republican Party and conservative media seem "hell-bent" on helping Russian President Vladimir Putin.

[ cnn.com ]

CNN Poll: Most Biden detractors say he's done nothing they like since becoming president

Nearly 6 in 10 Americans disapprove of how Joe Biden is handling his presidency, with most of that group saying there's literally nothing Biden has done since taking office that they approve of. The finding, from a CNN Poll conducted by SSRS in January and February, highlights the entrenched politics driving the nation at the start of the midterm year, with little agreement across party lines on priorities for the government or how to handle the coronavirus pandemic.

[ cnn.com ]

The words in question were added to the censure document late last week at a meeting of the Republican National Committee in Salt Lake City

The three words about the US Capitol attack that have sparked a firestorm inside the Republican Party -- "legitimate political discourse" -- were not included in early drafts of the resolution to censure Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger, a person involved in the process tells CNN, but were added as the document was edited late last week at a meeting of the Republican National Committee in Salt Lake City.

[ cnn.com ]

Analysis: How much trouble is Kyrsten Sinema really in?

Over the weekend, the Arizona Democratic Party voted to formally censure one of its own -- Sen. Kyrsten Sinema -- after she opposed changing the filibuster rules to allow major voting rights legislation to pass the Senate with just 50 votes.

[ cnn.com ]

The future of the GOP isn't about DeSantis or Youngkin

A year after Donald Trump left the White House and with the 2022 midterms looming, much of the Republican Party has its sights on what, and who, comes next. Though Trump is still very much in the picture -- his recent rally in Arizona had strong back-on-the-campaign-trail vibes -- two Republican governors (and the states they represent) have emerged as possible answers to these GOP questions: Virginia's Glenn Youngkin and Florida's Ron DeSantis.

[ cnn.com ]
Next page ...