Over in Michigan, Republicans are considering their own power grab ahead of Democrats taking charge of all three branches of government, weakening the Attorney General and Secretary of State offices.
As Scott Walker prepares to turn his office over to a Democratic governor, the state legislature plans a naked power grab, quite similar to the one attempted in North Carolina in 2016 after Pat McCrory lost his bid.
Rudy Giuliani sent out a serious tweet last week with a typographical error in it. Twitter did what Twitter does, and the result is awesome.
Thomas Farr wrote a voter ID law that "targeted African-Americans with almost surgical precision," but it doesn't seem as though he will ascend to a position to enforce it.
As Michael Cohen was appearing in a New York courtroom, the feds were raiding a former Trump tax advisor's and Chicago Alderman's office. Earlier, German authorities conducted a raid on Deutsche Bank's offices in connection with money laundering activities.
Felix Sater was plotting to get Trump elected at the very same time that Michael Cohen was negotiating for the Trump Tower deal.
After three weeks of counting votes, Democrat TJ Cox took the lead over incumbent David Valadao, giving Democrats a 40th seat in the House.
Rachel Maddow dings the New York Times for their double standard with regard to Paul Ryan and Nancy Pelosi, and why in the end, Nancy Pelosi will be the Speaker of the House yet again.
Donald Trump's interview with the Washington Post's Phil Rucker and Josh Dawsey was a piece of performance art, particularly the dance he did on climate change.
Cindy 'Hang 'em high' Hyde-Smith has won the Mississippi runoff, proving that there is much, much more work to do in the South to overcome the leftovers from slavery and the Civil War.
When asked whether he had listened to the tape of the Saudi Crown Prince allegedly ordering Jamal Khashoggi's murder, National Security Advisor John Bolton instead snarked about his inability to understand Arabic.
General Motors' announcement of plant closures and layoffs contradicts Donald Trump's promises that jobs will come back to Ohio and other states impacted by this.
During a Fox News segment about the migrants from Central America, Rep. Jim Himes refused to allow Fox News host Trish Regan to fear monger and lie about criminal elements in the caravan of asylum-seekers.
What kind of labor force would it take to rake the forest? And if we were able to do it, how big would that pile of leaves be? What would we do with it?
Turning Point USA Director of Hispanic Engagement Anna Paulina even went too far for Fox News.