Some Democratic strategists believe Caitlyn Jenner's candidacy for governor in the upcoming recall election could prove a win for sitting Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms told her supporters Thursday night that she would not seek reelection this year.
Labor Secretary Marty Walsh drew a parallel Friday between the continued fight over reopening schools for in-person instruction and theApril jobs report, which fell far short of experts' predictions.
Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt signed a controversial bill into law Friday that will restrict how race and gender-based content can be taught in public schools and universities.
As the May 25 anniversary of George Floyd’s death nears, lawmakersare working across the aisle to introduce bipartisan legislation to overhaul some police standards.
The BidenWhite House released its first round of visitor logs Fridayin an effort to "restore integrity, transparency, and trust in government," the administration said.
The Biden administration has come under scrutiny from Republicans on Capitol Hill following its decision to circumvent federal ethics rules and staff former union officials in senior posts.
The nation's leading teachers unions were among the Biden administration's first visitors to the White House,visitor logs show.
Iowa Republican Joni Ernst demanded Saturday that China "stop their cover-up" of the origins of the coronavirus and called for a complete investigation to prevent a "recurrence.
Bloodshedin the Holy Land continued Tuesday after Israel and militant groups in Gaza exchanged rocket fire, with the recent death toll Tuesday up to at least two Israelis and 28 Palestinians, including 10 children.
In a statement Wednesday, Donald Trump refuted a tweet issued by his son Donald Trump Jr. that claimed President Biden was “the next Jimmy Carter,” in an apparent slight last week.
Missouri Democratic Rep. Cori Bush praised the Black Lives Matter activist who advocated “death” for police officers in 2014 and tweeted the BLM chant “pigs in a blanket fry 'em like bacon.
The Biden administration was slapped with a lawsuit on Friday after Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton launched a suit countering changes to the state’s federally funded portion of Medicaid last month.
Multiple states dropped their mask mandates Friday following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) latest guidelines, but some liberal elites are not quite ready to let go of their face cloths.
The Republican National Committee celebrated one of their most loyal employees Friday with a surprise birthday party for the 80-year old Maurice “Moe” Middleton.
Organizers of New York City’s Pride Parade announced Saturday police officers and other law enforcement officials will be banned from their events, including the annual LGTBQ march, until 2025.
President Biden and Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib engaged in a tense, roughly eight-minute conversation on the airport tarmac Detroit after Biden's arrival there Monday.
North Carolina Rep. Virginia Foxx on Tuesday became the latest Republican to be slapped with a $5,000 for evading the House metal detectors erected following the Jan.
New York Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez introduced a resolution Wednesday to block a White House-approved $735 million arms sale to Israel.
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