The freshman lawmaker revealed exactly how her staff is tackling the hateful messages.
Rep. Lee Zeldin's Twitter attack against Rep. Ilhan Omar is a classic racist dog whistle.
The freshman Democrat stood up to Rep. Lee Zeldin, her colleague on a House foreign subcommittee.
Just askin' questions.
Rep. Lee Zeldin says there needs to be "some type of process" to protect Americans, even if there isn't sufficient evidence.
As younger voters become increasingly important to political campaigns, we can expect this trend of candidates engaging across social media platforms to intensify. And as candidates become sitting officials, it remains to be seen how these new modes of direct engagement will transcend being methods of campaign outreach and actually impact governance