Democratic Senate candidateMark Kelly may have a chance to vote on President Trump's Supreme Court nominee should he beat Arizona Sen. Martha McSally on Nov. 3.
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Sen. Lindsey Graham, who once said he wouldn't confirm a President Trump Supreme Courtnominee in an election year, announcedSaturday that he's changed his mind on filling the high court vacancy.
Education Secretary DeVos warns about wave of private school closings: 'That's a crisis in the making'
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos called for Congress to pass coronavirus relief legislation with funding for school choice, warning that more private schools are on the brink of closing without federal help.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's plan to vote on a Supreme Court nominee puts swing-state senators in the hot seat ahead of November's election and could galvanize more voters to the polls withcontrol of the Senate up for grabs.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez,D-N.Y., mourned the loss of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg as "earth-shattering" and said the balance of democracy now hinged on who would succeed her on theSupreme Court.
Nancy Pelosi reacted to Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death.
Betsy DeVos shared her overall vision for school choice in America and rethinking government fundingfor education in an interview with Fox News.
Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., blasted President Trumpfor blaming "blue states" for the high coronavirus death toll in America as a "monstrous" dismissal of lives lost.
CDC Director Robert Redfield said vaccine wouldn't be available until summer of 2021.
Moderate Democrats pressure Pelosi, House leadership to move new coronavirus bill: 'Stop the stupidity'
Moderate Democrats, especiallythose in swing districts, have been pressuring HouseSpeakerNancy Pelosito pass another coronavirusrelief bill.
Republicans Tuesday lined the Capitol steps to unveil their new agenda for the American public if they were to win back the House in November.
A bipartisan group of House lawmakers Tuesday unveiled a compromise coronavirus package that worked out some of the thorniest divisions between Democrats and Republicans in an effort to jump- start relief toAmericans still reeling from the health and economic crisis.
Trump aides review CDC coronavirus reports to better align with president's upbeat messaging: report
President Trump's political aides have successfully demanded to review and, in some cases, modify weekly Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports on the coronavirus in an effort to better align the scientific reports with the president's upbeat messages on the pandemic, Politico reported.
Nancy Pelosi hosts virtual G7 summit with world leaders: 'The climate crisis is the existential threat of our time'
Speakers of parliament from G7 joined, plus Bono and the Dalai Lama
North Carolina's Attorney General Josh Stein urged his state's residents to not listen to Trump. "NORTH CAROLINA: Do NOT do what the President directs. To make sure your ballot COUNTS, sign and send it in EARLY.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruzcalled on the Justice Department to investigate Netflix and the "Cuties" filmmakers to determine whether they broke any federal laws against the production and distribution of child pornography.
The Democrat running against Marjorie Greene in Georgia abruptly dropped out of his race for Congress on Friday, a move that puts the controversial Republican on the fast track to Washington.
Remembering the 2012 Benghazi attack that killed 4 Americans: 'The US will never forget this outrage'
Fridayis not only a day for solemn memorials for the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks but it's also the somber anniversary of the Benghazi attack that killed four Americans.
U.S. Army Sgt. Major Thomas Payne led a dangerous nightime raid to free hostages
Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., re-upped her calls for President Trump to resign from office over new reporting that he downplayed the seriousness of the coronavirus in public while telling famed journalist Bob Woodward in Februaryhe knew it was "deadly" and worse than the flu.
Alabama Sen. Doug Jones, considered the most vulnerable Senate Democrat this fall, declined to join with Republicans Thursday to advance a new coronavirus relief bill, dismissing the vote as a purely political one.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Thursday committed to making climate change a prominent legislative priority if Joe Biden wins the White House and Democrats return to power.
Republicans' $300 billion coronavirus relief legislationfailed to clear a procedural hurdle Thursday in the Senate, effectively killing the legislation that GOP leadership touted as an important economic lifeline andDemocrats decried as a purely partisan and paltry effort.
Randi Weingarten ripped Senate Republicans' latest slimmed downcoronavirus legislationas a"bulimic" bill that will hurt public schools while giving tax breaks to the wealthy for private education.
Senate Republicans' drastically scaled-back coronavirus legislation still made room for school-choice provisions that won praise from education reform advocates who have long pushed for competition for K-12 public schools.
The top U.S. commander in the Middle East announced in Baghdad Wednesday that 2,200 U.S. troops will withdraw from Iraq by the end of thismonth.
Sen. Chuck Schumer Tuesday called for Louis DeJoy to be suspended in the face of new allegations the Postmaster General pressured employees at his previous company to donate money to Republicans.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Tuesday accusedDemocrats ofplaying "Goldilocks games" with coronavirus relief to struggling Americans by refusing to agree to any bill until it was just right.
Senate Republicansunveiled a new "targeted" coronavirus relief proposal Tuesday,aiming for an opening vote on the floor this week, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnellannounced.
House Oversight Committee to investigate postmaster general after claims he pressured employees to make campaign donations
The House Oversight Committee has opened up a new front in its investigation of Postmaster General Louis DeJoy for allegedly pressuring hisemployees to make campaign donations to GOP candidates.
A Washington D.C. federal judge Friday tossed out Education Secretary Betsy DeVos's policy that would have funneled millions of more coronavirus relief dollars to private schools in a ruling that will have a nationwide impact.
Democratstargeted the Trump Hotel in Washington D.C. Friday night for a campaign stunt to draw attention to a story from "The Atlantic" that alleged President Trump disparaged fallen American soldiers as "losers" and "suckers.
Georgia Republican Marjorie Greene faced backlash from Democrats and Facebook for posting a picture of herselfholding a gun alongside images of the three progressive House members, titled the "Squad's worst nightmare.
Democratic Rep. Harley Rouda invoked Adolf Hitler during a virtual campaign event this week while sounding the alarm on President Trump and warned:"We should all be fearful.
Former Vice President Joe Biden used an unfortunate choice of words Thursday while visiting Kenosha, Wis. in the afternoon of the police shooting of Jacob Blake.
Mnuchin, Pelosi have ‘informal agreement’ to go forward with government funding package, source says
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Speaker Nancy Pelosi have “an informal agreement” to keep a stopgap government-wide funding bill at the end of September free of controversy or conflict.
Two House GOP leaders have officially called on Attorney General William Barrto determine whether House Speaker Nancy Pelosi broke federal law when she ripped up President Trump's State of the Union speech earlier this year.
A trio of Democrats Thursday introduced legislation to declare structural racisma public health crisis and to create a federal government center to tackle racial disparities in healthcare for Black and brown communities.
The House Oversight Committee Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., on Wednesday subpoenaed new Postmaster General Louis DeJoy for his calendar, documents and communicationsduringhis nearly four months on the job.
Wisconsin donors have backed President Trump more thanformer Vice President Joe Biden as both presidential candidates make visits to thecritical battleground state this week.
Rep. Max Rose blasted New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio for "actively trying to kill" off New York City restaurants with his coronavirusresponse and predicted a majority of eateries could be out of business if change doesn't come soon.
Senate Republicans are making progress on coronavirus relief legislation with daily talks with the White House and hope to put forth a narrow plan as soon as next week, according to the White House and one GOP leader.
Former Vice President Joe Biden pledged Saturday to National Guard members that he'd never put them in the middle of a domestic political dispute if he's president and he'd "restore" respect for civilian-military relations.
President Trump Saturdaysurveyed the damage from Hurricane Laura and pledged the federal government's support in helping communities recover from the powerful storm.
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler said "no thanks" to President Trump's offer to send federal law enforcement to the city to control ongoing protests and riots in the city's downtown.
The nation's highest-ranking military officer said the U.S. armed forceswill have "no role" in the 2020 presidential election or resolving any disputes because courts and Congress have that responsibility.
Longtime Democratic lawmaker 'appalled' by comparisons between unrest and MLK's civil rights movement
A Tennesseelawmakerwhose family was steeped in the civil rights movement said he's "appalled" by comparisons between the peaceful protests that Martin Luther King Jr. led and the destructive demonstrations that have broken out across the nation today.
A Tennessee lawmaker called out politicians'response to violence and property destruction taking hold in U.S. cities,saying rioters are "emboldenedbecause we act like a bunch of punks -- too frightened to stand up and protect our own stuff.
As soon as the 2020 election is over, Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Mich., will get to work on her longstandingpolitical goal to reform the presidential primary process -- so thatIowa and New Hampshire no longer vote first.
Prominent Michigan Democratic Rep. Debbie Dingellsays she's skeptical of polling showing Joe Biden consistently ahead of President Trump in her home state and said Democrats must work hard to avoid another Trump upset win.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi suggested Thursday that former Vice President Joe Biden cancel his three scheduled debates with President Trump because the commander-in-chief would "belittle" the forum and engage in "skullduggery.
Rep. Tom Reed, R-N.Y., said his campaign office in Corning, N.Y. was damaged in a "politically motivated" attack early Wednesdaymorning.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's PAC endorsed young challenger Alex Morse in his competitiveDemocratic primary against longtime incumbent Rep. Richard Neal, the powerful chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee.
Parnell shared his behind-the-scenes experience at the RNC with Fox News, including the speech-writing process, measures taken to prevent leaks and how his "rehearsal" ended up being the real deal.
President Trump tweeted Tuesday he's planning on promoting Chad Wolf and will nominate the acting secretary to be the new Department of Homeland Security chief.
Cindy McCain, Meghan McCain and Arizona politicians Tuesdayhonored the memoryof the late Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.,on the two year anniversary of his death.
Sen. Lindsey Graham is facing a well-funded Democrat Jaime Harrison who hasdominated the airwaves with ads about his compelling life story and who contends Graham haslost touch with what hisconstituents really care about.
The House of RepresentativesSaturday passed a $25 billion funding infusion to the United States Postal Service in a bill that also would reverse new cost-cutting measures and ban any mail delays until at least next year.
The House of Representativeson Saturday passed a $25 billion funding infusion to the U.S. Postal Service in a bill that also would reverse new cost-cutting measures and ban any efforts to slow down the mail until at least next year.
Pelosi rips Trump for trying to 'scare' voters: 'Don't pay any attention to what the president is saying'
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi condemned President Trump's efforts to "suppress" the vote and "scare" people away from the polls in November and encouraged Americans to make a plan to vote.
House Democrats push forward with $25B Post Office bill, GOP dismisses rare Saturday vote as a 'joke'
The House of Representativeskicked off heated debate Saturday morning over a $25 billion funding bill for the United States Postal Service (USPS)that Democrats say is needed to prevent President Trump from trying to "destroy" the Post Office before the 2020 mail-in election, while Republicans dismissed this "conspiracy theory" and blasted Democrats for staging a purely political vote between two presidential conventions.
Steve Bannon calledhis arrest Thursday a"political hit job" and vowed to fight the federal indictment that alleges he defrauded hundreds of the thousands of people who donated to a private effort to fund building a border wall with Mexico.
The House Ethics Committee admonished Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla.,for a 2019tweet against Michael Cohen that suggested the former attorney to President Trumpwas unfaithful to his wife and had"girlfriends.
Six states and the District of Columbia filed a lawsuit Friday against new Postmaster General Louis DeJoy and the United States Postal Service alleging new "unlawful" mail policy changes have affected their ability to conduct "free and fair elections.
Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del., unleashed a trio of expletives at a high-profile Senate hearing Friday before questioning Postmaster General Louis DeJoy about mail delivery slowdowns.
Joe Biden promised to restore the "soul of America" and deliver the nation from "darkness"as he accepted the Democratic nomination for president Thursday night, acrowning achievement in Biden's five decades in politics where he was counted out more than once.
Bernie Sanders expressed disappointment Thursday that former Republicans got more speaking time at the Democratic National Convention than progressives voices.
House Speaker Nancy PelosionThursday endorsed challenger Joe Kennedy over liberal incumbent Ed Markey in the Massachusetts Senate primary, a move that quickly drew a rebuke from progressives like Rep.
Sen. Kamala Harris accepted the Democratic Party's vice-presidential nomination on Day Three of the virtual convention in a speech that paid tribute to trailblazing women before her, including her late mother, while pledging to tackle the "structuralracism"that continues to hold other Americans back.
Obama to say Trump ‘never’ took presidency seriously, Clinton to call president ‘dangerous’ in DNC speeches
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former President Barack Obama will deliver blistering critiques of President Trump's leadership at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday nightand warn Democrats too much is on the line of they don't mobilize for Joe Biden, according to excerpts from their speeches.
Peter Navarro accuses Democrats and the Chinese Communist Party of being in cahoots in 2020 election
White House Trade Adviser Peter Navarro accused the Democratic Party and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) of being in cahoots in the 2020 presidential election to defeat President Trump.
Federal government employees overwhelmingly feel unsafe about returning to in-person work and those who are already back on-site report inadequate health and safety measures are in place to protect against the coronavirus,according to a new survey conducted by a union for workers.
A series of high-profile changes at the U.S. Postal Service and warning letters about delivering ballots on time forthe November election have touched off a nationwide firestorm about the viability of the USPS during the coronavirus pandemic.
President Trump will participate in every dayof the Republican National Convention(RNC), an untraditional move for the nominee who is typicallyhighlighted on the final night of festivities, Fox News has learned.
Activists in Washington, D.C. Saturday morning surrounded the condo building of Postmaster General Louis DeJoywith noisemakers, pots and pans, and air horns designed to ensure the new head of the U.S.
Marjorie Greene, the Georgia Republican at the center of a political firestorm this week,rejected the notion she's a QAnoncandidate in an interview Friday with Fox News and said her "Q"-supporting videos are in her past and don't represent her priorities forCongress.
Hillary Clinton praised Kamala Harris as the newly announced vice presidential pick and urged her supporters to have "her back."
Rep. Ro Khanna, a California Democrat, called the House's planned monthlong recess "absurd" and urged Congress to continue working on coronavirus relief legislation.
Kanye West's bizarre bid for the White House has hit a major roadblock --if his goal was ever to become president, rather than play spoiler against Joe Biden.
President Trump Saturday signed four executive orders to provide Americansfinancial relief from the ongoingcoronavirus pandemic.Here's what they say.
President Trump will sign executives orders Saturday aimed at deliveringrelief to Americans struggling with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, Fox News has learned.
President Trump will sign executives orders Saturday aimed at deliveringrelief to Americans struggling with the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, Fox News has learned.
President Trump is doing better now against Joe Biden than he was four years at this point against Hillary Clinton, the Trump campaign told Fox News, pointingto improvedpolling and grassroots operations.
President Trump's plans for a giant in-person convention may have been scrapped because of the coronavirus, but Republican officials say the four-day event will be filled with lively virtual programming, nightly marquee speeches and"must-see TV.
Kanye West's presidential bid is raising even more questions as the enigmatic rapper indicated twice in an interviewthis week that he realizeshis presence on ballots could siphon votes away from Democrat Joe Biden -- though moments later declared he's running to "win.
Policing Trump's posts on social media may backfire, official says
The top two Congressional Democrats Thursday accused Republicans of trying to "nickel and dime" struggling Americans bypushing for the smallest coronavirus relief bill possible and not understanding the gravity of the pandemic and economic fallout.
Heath and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar will lead a U.S. delegation toTaiwan in the coming days, marking the first cabinet member to visit in six years.
Themassive explosionthat tore throughBeirutkilled at least 135 people and left some 300,000 homeless
President Trump's pick for the next Ukraine ambassador was put on the spot Wednesday during his Senate confirmation hearing on whether he'd stand up to interference in U.S.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib declared victory Wednesday morning in her primary election in Detroit and proclaimed her winshows the progressive Squad is coming back to Congress stronger and bigger.
Tensions flared at a Senate hearing on Antifawhen a top Democrat walked out of the chamber declaring she couldn't sit through Sen. Ted Cruz's rhetorical speeches any longer.
FBI has opened 300 'domestic terror' investigations as a result of riots, attorney tells Capitol hearing on Antifa
The FBI has opened more than 300 domestic terrorism investigations against rioters since George Floyd's deathin Minneapolis kicked off nationwide unrest, a federal attorney revealed Tuesday in a hearing on Capitol Hill on Antifa and violent protests.
President Trump's campaign is touting voter registration gains in three key 2020 battleground states that will have a big impact in determining whether Trump or Joe Biden wins the White House come November.
Condoleezza Rice takes jab at liberals for assuming how Black people should think: 'Problem with the left'
The "problem with the left" is liberals assume how Black people should think, the former secretary of state says.
The leaders of the House Problem Solvers Caucus Friday expressed optimismthat Republicans and Democrats will soon come together on a coronavirus deal to continue supplemental unemployment benefits, help struggling small businesses and fund the reopening of schools.
The White House on Friday responded to reportsthat President Trump is willing to ditchSen. Mitch McConnell's demandfor new lawsuit protections for businessesin order to secure a deal with Democrats on a coronavirus relief package.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., wants to give struggling coalcommunities a jolt of new federal investment and help transition out-of-work miners into new jobs and cleaner energy production.
Former President Barack Obama was deliveringthe eulogy for the late Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., Thursday afternoon, capping off a day of heartfelt tributes to honor the legacy of the civil rights icon and the example he set for America to keep marchingtoward racial justice and a more perfectunion.
States, seeking more coronavirus relief funds, have hardly spent the $139 billion approved in March: report
Just under 25 percent of the funds Congress allocated to state and local governments for coronavirus relief has been spent so far, a figure that may raise fresh concerns from lawmakers on whether billions of more dollars are needed.