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Michelle Rhee is at the top of Biden’s shortlist for Education Secretary

Michelle Rhee, who once led a series of sweeping reform efforts as the Chancellor of the District of Columbia’s public education system, is at the top of presumptive President-elect Joe Biden‘s shortlist to lead the Department of Education.  She would

2020 Presidential Election

The left’s plan for election violence

BY TOM FITTON Don’t think the leftist violence in our streets is random. With the weakest presidential candidate in history, the Democrats are relying on a backup plan. We’ve looked into this extensively, as Micah Morrison, our chief investigative reporter, describes in

Department of Justice

New findings about the Clinton-funded dossier

BY TOM FITTON We have now received 48 pages of emails among top Obama State Department officials and a U.S. Ambassador expressing skepticism about Christopher Steele‘s reports by Steele’s London-based private intelligence firm Orbis Business Intelligence. Steele was the author of the

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Trump plans to expand the NFL by eight teams

Sources close to President Donald J. Trump tell The Chronicle that he has been preparing a sweeping plan to expand the National Football League by eight teams, and has been doing so from the presidential suite of offices at the

White House

Caputo is not expected to return to the Trump administration

The storied political operative and part-time WBEN Newsradio 930 AM talk show host, Michael Caputo, is not expected to return to President Donald J. Trump‘s administration following a devastating diagnosis of metastatic throat cancer last week. Caputo is evaluating treatment

2020 Presidential Election

Trump plans to cure herpes by the end of second term

Sources inside of the White House tell The Chronicle that President Donald J. Trump is planning a major campaign pledge to commit more than $1 billion to cure the herpes virus before the end of his second term. “In the

2020 Presidential Election

Conventions and convention delegates: a trip down memory lane

BY KARLYN BOWMAN The quadrennial tradition of a national political convention, dating back to 1832 when the first Democratic Convention was held with Andrew Jackson as the party’s nominee, has ended, felled by coronavirus. Both conventions will be almost entirely virtual

2020 Presidential Election

Incumbent defeats in primaries

BY KARLYN BOWMAN This week, Iowa Republican representative Steve King became the second incumbent this cycle to lose his congressional seat in a primary. State Sen. Randy Feenstra defeated the nine-term incumbent, and the seat is expected to stay in

2020 Presidential Election

Log Cabin Republicans slam Biden’s attack on Trump

On Sunday, Joe Biden acknowledged the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia by attacking President Donald J. Trump‘s record on LGBTQ issues.  Many in the gay community are calling the attacks ‘tasteless’ and ‘forgetful’ on the part of the

2020 Democratic Presidential Primary

Cuomo privately asked Trump to be named Secretary of State in 2016

Sources close to the White House are telling The Chronicle that, in late November of 2016 just days ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo privately asked then-President-elect Donald J. Trump to nominate him Secretary of State in his