The one-time gubernatorial candidate's efforts to turn Georgia blue have taken her from heartbreaking defeat to an even grander goal: the White House.
U.S. Navy vessels fired on a group of boats from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard that approached an escorted missile sub within 150 meters.
The Illinois Representative savaged House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, saying he no longer represents the Republican party.
President Joe Biden in March said he plans to run for re-election in 2024 with Vice President Kamala Harris as his running mate.
Former President Donald Trump compared the Kentucky Derby horse to the "borders" and "fake presidential election."
Anthony Barry pled guilty to overcharging Martha McSally by more than $115,000 while serving as her deputy campaign manager.
Three Washington Post reporters became the subject of an investigation by Donald Trump’s Justice Department after reporting on his administration’s alleged ties with Russia during the 2016 election.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) warns that there's a "high likelihood" that the Taliban will be back in control of Afghanistan maybe as early as the end of the year.
Live bears. Reality television. Voter demographics. California's recall election has it all, with almost twenty contenders already vying for the seat.
An interview meant to woo Trump voters somehow wound up focusing on Jenner's private jets and perceived distaste for the homeless.
Congress has sent out three rounds of stimulus checks to million of Americans since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Political entrenchment among white Evangelicals will come as no surprise, but Biden has managed to make inroads in a couple of traditionally conservative groups.
The commentator's assertion that women's studies courses were worse than domestic terror prompted a scathing response from David Frum, another target.
In a letter to Pentagon leadership, the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General said that it will be investigating how the department has been handling UFO reports amid a string of...
Trump's new platform debuts four months after he was permanently suspended on Twitter following the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol.
President Joe Biden's proposed tax hike could make the U.S. economy less competitive on a global scale, one expert says.
Cheney's refusal to back Trump has some in her caucus speculating she won't last the month.
Revelations Tuesday gave Carlson yet more reasons to bash the House minority leader. The subject or his ire this time? McCarthy's landlord.
Facebook's independent oversight board was gearing for a momentous decision on the platform's ban of Donald Trump, as debate swirls on the role of social media in curbing hateful and abusive speech.
As per the new allocations, the U.S. would accept 22,000 refugees from Africa, while thousands more are expected from East, South and Central Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, and more.
Biden's $1.8 trillion American Families Plan would return the top tax bracket to 39.6%, and eliminate a loophole that enables the wealthy to avoid tax by passing down their wealth to their heirs.
Facebook's oversight board will announce Wednesday whether the former president can return to the platform.