Aaron Parsley

Digital Politics Writer, PEOPLE
Melissa Carone's candidacy was rejected by election officials who allege she made false statements on an affidavit that indicated that she didn't have unpaid fines
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The couple, who met while undergraduates at Boston University, are "taking some space to savor this time before diving into planning" their wedding after a proposal last month
The House Center for Well-Being reportedly has an offer to provide Peloton app memberships — but not stationary bikes or other equipment — to Capitol and district staff and police
The former president urged his preferred candidate to follow his 2020 playbook by prematurely declaring victory and suggesting without any evidence that there's fraud unfolding in Pennsylvania
“I was having a hard time competing with his new fling,” Conway writes in an excerpt of her memoir Here’s the Deal of her husband’s habit of criticizing President Trump on Twitter
State Sen. Doug Mastriano will face off against the Democrat in November and if successful could appoint a new top election official in Pennsylvania
“I’m just a dude that shows up and just talks about what I believe in, you know?” Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, who won the Democratic primary Tuesday, has said of his Senate campaign
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“We’re not sure that the evidence that we receive can be any more validated with his presence,” said Rep. Bennie Thompson, chairman on the panel that’s met with more than 1,000 witnesses
The Associated Press reports the controversial incumbent lawmaker lost the race to Republican Chuck Edwards
“I’m just a dude that shows up and just talks about what I believe in, you know?” Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, who won the Democratic primary Tuesday, has said of his Senate campaign
“We’re not sure that the evidence that we receive can be any more validated with his presence,” said Rep. Bennie Thompson, chairman on the panel that’s met with more than 1,000 witnesses
The Associated Press reports the controversial incumbent lawmaker lost the race to Republican Chuck Edwards
The Republican leader said the visit allowed him to see "the courage, unity, and resolve of the Ukrainian people" as the Senate works to approve a massive aid package for the country
The former first lady says in a new interview that she likes Washington and adds, “We achieved a lot in the four years of the Trump administration”
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The Transportation Secretary said finding formula for his baby girl and boy has been hard and addresses what President Biden and his administration is doing to tackle the shortage
Journalist Amy Odell's biography sheds new light on an alleged feud between the former first lady and the famed fashion editor
Pence proudly declares support for Gov. Brian Kemp, whom Trump called “the worst” while slamming other Republicans campaigning for his reelection rather than the challenger he endorsed
The ramifications of a looming Supreme Court decision on abortion rights could affect Americans' freedoms and the upcoming midterm elections, Biden said at a Democratic fundraiser
“Of more than 200 statues in the Capitol, only 14 feature women,” Sen. Amy Klobuchar said in announcing the new additions, which were green-lit with legislation she and others sponsored
The former New Jersey governor is supporting Georgia’s Gov. Brian Kemp in his reelection bid alongside two other GOP governors currently serving second terms
A Miami-based investment group quickly got to work on plans to re-brand and re-open the hotel that it paid top dollar to run
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The former president reportedly brought up the supposed secret technology during the first year of his presidency and into the second, according to Rolling Stone
Audio of Graham’s comments about Biden, Trump and the country’s prospects in the wake of the violence at the U.S. Capitol were recorded on the day of the attack and played Tuesday on CNN
Former Sec. of Defense Mark Esper writes in A Sacred Oath about talking the president out of a plan to punish U.S. Navy Adm. William McRaven and retired U.S. Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal 
"Susie, please, Mainers want WHPA," the message read, referring to legislation that would protect women's right to an abortion, before it disappeared
“All soldiers dream of warm fresh bread, because they eat moldy bread. They dream of clean drinking water,” Kateryna Prokopenko says of the troops still resisting in a Mariupol factory
“They're the most important people in my life,” the outgoing press secretary says, adding that she’ll be able to attend her children’s “soccer practices or ballet recitals”
The New Mexico lawmaker says he worried during his rehabilitation about being able to vote for President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee