People should, in my view, be proud of having support from technology leaders.-Rep. Ro Khanna, quoted in The New York Times for an article on Democratic presidential candidates courting Silicon Valley donors, and in some cases, calling for the break up of Big Tech.
President Trump made good on a promise Tuesday to veto a resolution approved by both houses of Congress […]
Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA): Are you telling us, Mr. Cohen, that the president directed transactions in conspiracy with […]
Two years ago, when Rep. Ro Khanna took up the cause of the on-going and brutal Saudi-led war […]
The U.S. must move to end the nearly two-decade war in Afghanistan and, instead, invest on the domestic […]
Over the past two years, Rep. Eric Swalwell has fueled speculation of a run in 2020 for president […]
The venerable progressive Bible, The Nation, sure loves Rep. Ro Khanna, especially veteran columnist John Nichols. For the […]
For politically-minded interns, a gig in Rep. Ro Khanna’s congressional office just got better. Khanna said he will […]
Ron Cohen, the Republican facing Rep. Ro Khanna in the 17th Congressional District this November, apologized for a […]
Ro Khanna Is Rejecting a LGBTQ+ ‘Purity Test’ by Endorsing Fremont City Council Candidate Yang Shao, writes Glen Shaffer.
Progressives are livid with Khanna’s endorsement of an establishment N.Y. congressman
“Let me be clear,” Khanna tweeted last week, “Sen. Schumer does not speak for the Democratic Party concerning North Korea and Iran.”