Donald Trump starts new post-presidential life in Florida, arriving to signs of a bit of trouble but general support.
Trump continued a tradition that began with Ronald Reagan.
Trump continued with precedent by issuing more than a hundred pardons in his last act as president.
Trump rescinds one of the first executive orders he issued a president.
If you want to get the pandemic under control, pay people to get vaccines, a Brookings scholar advocated in August.
Two National Guard members were removed from Inauguration security after their "ties to fringe right group militias" were revealed.
Levine is a Harvard graduate who trained in adolescent medicine at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York City.
The World Economic Forum is warning of a lost generation of younger workers stuck between the pandemic and the fallout from the Great Recession.
CEO Lindell last week was seen at the White House holding notes that seem to support many of the conspiracy theories surrounding election fraud.
The first U.S. case of what became known as COVID-19 was discovered one year ago Thursday.
Dr. Reverend Martin Luther King’s birthday is one of the handful of federal holidays falling on a Monday because of a bill meant to ensure government workers had time with their families.
Some cities are hoping to have its residents completely vaccinated against COVID-19 by this summer.
Prosecutors in a federal case against a Capitol rioter said they uncovered assassination plots.
Williams herself was arrested during protests over votes in Georgia's gubernatorial race in 2018.
A right-wing member of the Republican party, just a few short days into her first term in office, is already threatening the president-elect with impeachment.
The Texas Republican previously criticized remote voting.
Isolated power outages and dangerous travel conditions are expected from a low-pressure system sweeping through the Upper Midwest
An FBI memo warns of nation-wide unrest ahead of the swearing-in ceremony for President-elect Joe Biden.
Iran may be ramping up its uranium enrichment program to put pressure on the Biden administration ahead of possible nuclear negotiations.
Near-total vaccination by August could mean at least 5% growth in the economy by the end of the year, Oxford Economics has estimated.