It was almost 5:30 p.m. ET on Friday. Sen. Susan Collins, once a swing vote, had just announced her plan to confirm Kavanaugh, all but guaranteeing his lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court.
Jess Morales Rockett, political director of the
If Ted Cruz thought his Monday night dinner was going to be quiet, uninterrupted affair, he thought wrong.
The Texas senator was forced to leave a restaurant in Washington D.C., in a scene all too familiar to Department of Homeland Security
Ted Cruz's social media team has reached a dark new low.
Right before Senate hopeful Beta O'Rourke's debate with Cruz last night, where the sitting Senator skirted the question about whether police violence against African-Americans was a problem,
Ted Cruz has some questions for Facebook: 209 of them to be precise.
That's how many written questions the Texas senator submitted to the company following CEO Mark Zuckerberg's hours of Congressional testimony, and good lord were some of them were
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spent two days this week getting grilled by Congress in response to the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The hearings were often hampered by their awkward format and strict time constraints. But at least some legislators
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) is many things: elected official, liker of Twitter porn, awkward hugger, Simpsons hater, memeable face haver, possible native Canadian, potential son of JFK assassination conspirator, and maybe, just maybe, the Zodiac killer
Senator Ted Cruz didn't know what he stepped in when he decided to invoke the name of Lisa Simpson.
During the 2018 Conservative Political Action Conference, Ted Cruz once again trotted out his supposed knowledge of pop culture. We know that the
There's no longer any question at all: Russians meddled in the 2016 U.S. election, and they relied on social media tools we can all use.
Facebook and its photo-sharing site, Instagram, are mentioned dozens of times in the indictment handed down
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Former Republican US presidential candidate Senator Ted Cruz speaks during the third night of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, US July 20, 2016. (Reuters Photo
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