House members pressed acting Capitol Police chief Yogananda Pittman Thursday about added security, but she cited ongoing threats from militia groups as a reason for keeping the measures in place.
Twitter announced plans Friday to add two new features to the popular social media platform. They will allow users to charge followers for exclusive content, while also launching new user groups.
A friend of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene contradicts her in videos posted after the riots, saying it was Trump supporters who breached the Capitol.
Sen. Ted Cruz continues to try and defend his Cancun trip. That was before C-SPAN cameras caught him paying less than rapt attention during a hearing in the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection.
Golfer Tiger Woods sustained "multiple" leg injuries and was rushed to surgery, according to his agent. Woods was injured Tuesday in a single-car crash in the Los Angeles area.
A controversial formula to define what is considered affordable housing on Oahu is under fire.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez harshly criticized Sen. Joe Manchin, a fellow Democrat, for his "double standard" with regards to confirming some of President Joe Biden's Cabinet nominees.
Facebook and the Australian government reached a deal on amendments to a proposed law to make online platforms pay for news content.
Under President Joe Biden, the national COVID-19 vaccination plan has become an actual plan to serve the communities most in need rather than patronage to political loyalists.
The Supreme Court on Monday denied former President Donald Trump's request for a stay on the release of records related to an ongoing criminal probe into his financial activities.
With power restored to most of Texas, there are still critical water shortages across the state.
A Russian scientist is proposing the use of laser pulse emissions to clean up some of the more than 20,000 pieces of orbiting junk above Earth, making it safer for working equipment.
GOP Infighting: Current, Former Republican Legislators Say Party Purists Engaging In Liberal Tactics
For years, Republicans have pointed to the so-called "cancel culture" employed by the left as un-American. Now both current and former GOP lawmakers say the party is doing the same thing internally.
The debate over firearms in statehouses has long been argued along partisan lines. Even after last month's riots at the U.S. Capitol, some states are making it easier to bring guns into their capitols.
The Australian government wants Facebook to pay media outlets. Instead, Facebook shut down news-sharing pages across the country.
Sen. Ted Cruz said he was just trying to be "a good dad," but his trip Wednesday night to Cancun in the midst of a weather disaster in the state he represents has sparked national outrage.
The most-advanced rover NASA has ever launched made a successful landing in what appears to be an old river delta on Mars, where it will take samples to be returned to Earth.
The U.S. has been easing restrictions on activities, but experts warn there could be trouble looming.
While former President Donald Trump won't commit to running for another term in 2024, the 14th Amendment provision to bar former Confederate officials from holding office will likely come into play.
Worsening climate change will lead to more catastrophic weather events such as the Arctic blast that crippled Texas, according to experts, and governments and individuals need to be ready.
Kroger, the largest U.S. grocery store company, announced Tuesday it would close two of its Seattle QFC locations after the city council adopted a law requiring hazard pay for grocery workers.
Tennessee state lawmakers wanted to memorialize state native Dolly Parton with a statue, but she wants them to wait.
An Arizona woman charged in the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol bragged in a video shared on social media she has been recruited by a cell of the Proud Boys, an all-male extremist group.
Arctic conditions are forecast to abate in Texas and other parts of the south by the weekend, but millions remain without power after record cold pushed overwhelmed power grids.
Florida supermarket chain has been under scrutiny over donations by the heiress to the company, but a slowed shipment of vaccines caused Publix to stop vaccine scheduling events across Florida.
President Joe Biden is being criticized for declaring he won't make $50,000 in student-debt relief a reality.
Citibank, acting as loan agent for Revlon, wanted to send $8 million in interest payments to lenders. Instead, they sent nearly $1 billion.
The online trading firm is under scrutiny from regulators and users alike after a trading frenzy triggered by its small investors cost hedge funds billions of dollars.
Anti-vaxxers were expected to resist calls to receive the COVID-19 vaccinations, but medical experts are encountering more resistance than hoped for.
President Joe Biden's approval ratings are trending positive early in his term, with 57% approving of his job performance in an early February poll and 62% doing so in a poll taken Sunday and Monday.