House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy was ridiculed after he focused on reading a Dr. Seuss book that wasn’t being pulled from publication instead of working towards COVID relief for his constituents.
The proposal would also make obstructing a sidewalk or hallway a felony. Its sponsors say it's necessary to restore "law and order."
The one-month extension stops it from expiring during Congress' August reccess, and allows the first $10,000 in benefits to be tax-free.
After an op-ed criticizing Trump's CPAC speech as lacking vision, Trump called on Fox to drop the conservative strategist.
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Kamala Harris became the first woman to hold the second-highest public office in American history, but will she be compensated the same as her male predecessors?
Jared Kushner had previously served as Trump's senior adviser.
A Republican senator called for Senate clerks to read through the 628-page legislation aloud on the floor.
Moderate Democrats have narrowed the eligibility threshold for stimulus checks, clearing the way for COVID-19 relief to go forward.
National Guard troops patrolled the Capitol after officials warned of a new attack plot by extremists, but the feared show of force by those still angry over Donald Trump's election defeat did not...
Trump will be allowed back on YouTube but only when the threat of his inciting violence abates, said the head of the popular online video sharing platform.
An election reform bill heads to the Senate with many Democratic priorities, but faces steep opposition from Republicans.
A recent post on Facebook claims that the children of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are eligible to run for the U.S. presidency.
Biden on Wednesday agreed to narrow the eligibility for $1,400 payments as the relief bill heads to the Senate for a vote.
As Biden's pick for deputy director, Young received acclaim from both sides, with some suggesting she would wind up with the top spot.
Jackson is accused of dozens of improprieties, including commenting on a female subordinate's body and drunkenly harassing her.
Police say an "identified militia group" could be plotting to break into the Capitol Building ahead of Trump's predicted return to power.
The House Speaker's office said the Senate Parliamentarian ruled against including the BART extension project.
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Over the past week, the U.S. has launched reprisal strikes against Iranian targets in Syria.
The senators urged President Biden to include recurring checks in his "Build Back Better" plan, which is expected to follow the $1.9 trillion relief bill.
Agencies across the government have been reexamining how they handle domestic terror threats after the Jan. 6 riots.