House Republicans' refusal to compromise on the budget threatens economic stability and sparks concerns over the nation's financial health.
Congress faces deadline with unresolved disputes, risking partial shutdown and prompting urgent bipartisan action to avert disruptions to essential services.
Washington's vital military assistance for Ukraine's fight against Russian invasion has dried up.
President Joe Biden urged feuding US lawmakers Wednesday to approve military aid for Kyiv, warning that Russian President Vladimir Putin would not stop with Ukraine and could even clash with NATO.
"U.S. capital markets must be protected from a tyrannical Chairman, including the current one," Davidson said in a tweet, announcing that he has filed the SEC Stabilization Act.
The US debt ceiling crisis got a bit of a reprieve Friday, when Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen announced the federal government had enough funds in reserves to operate uninterrupted until June 5. That news, along with reports of a looming deal, sent Wall Street soaring.
TikTok users protest proposals for US ban at Congress
Two capsized smuggling boats off the coast of San Diego, California, left at least 8 people dead, officials said Sunday.
Questions behind the abduction of four Americans by the Mexican Gulf Cartel continue to grow after an apology letter was found along with a group of bound men.
Marjorie Taylor Greene Leading Group Of Lawmakers Interested In Visiting Imprisoned Jan 6 Defendants
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is leading a group organizing a trip for members of Congress to visit Jan. 6 defendants being held in a Washington, D.C., jail.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell was hospitalized Wednesday night after suffering a fall during a private dinner at a Washington D.C. restaurant.
Legal filings show Fox News host Tucker Carlson vehemently disparaging former President Donald Trump in private text conversations following the 2020 election.
Starbucks CEO Howard Shultz agreed to testify before a Senate committee led by Bernie Sanders regarding questions about the company's ongoing union battle.
Former RNC Chair Michael Steele called Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene a "crazy fool" on Thursday, saying the congresswoman needs to "just shut the hell up."
The House Ethics Committee said Thursday it had begun a formal investigation into GOP Rep. George Santos.
TikTok said Wednesday it would be implementing an automatic 60-minute screen time limit for all users under the age of 18.
Marjorie Taylor Greene Says She Was 'Attacked' In Restaurant By 'Self-Righteous,' 'Insane' Mother And Son
The Republican congresswoman said she was attacked by an "insane" woman and her adult son in an undisclosed restaurant Monday night.
RNC chair Ronna McDaniel said Sunday that any Republican presidential candidate for 2024 will be expected to sign a pledge of support for the party's nominee.
Mercedes-Benz announced that its upcoming models will allow drivers to directly download third-party apps to the center display, including TikTok.
Why Did Disgraced Republican Rep. George Santos Pick A Twitter Fight With New York Mayor Eric Adams?
George Santos took a shot at NYC Mayor Eric Adams Wednesday, seemingly accusing Adams of wrongdoing for the sale of over $200 million in Covid-19 supplies.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene called for the U.S. to undergo a "national divorce," alarming lawmakers on both sides of the aisle.
Starbucks CEO Howard Shultz refused an invitation to testify before a Senate committee investigating the company's relationship with a growing labor group.
US House Unanimously Condemns China For Spy Balloon, Intel Shows Device May Have Monitored Communications
The House unanimously approved a resolution on Thursday condemning the Chinese Communist Party's use of a spy balloon over the continental U.S.
Pennsylvania Sen. John Fetterman was hospitalized late Wednesday night after experiencing a bout of lightheadedness while at a Democratic retreat.
Mitt Romney lambasted disgraced Rep. George Santos on Tuesday, telling the representative he did not belong in the House and labeling him "an embarrassment."
President Joe Biden delivered his second State of the Union address on Tuesday.