Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer plans to retire, giving President Joe Biden a chance to nominate a new justice to the bench, source says.
Many will know J.D. Vance as the author of the bestselling memoir about rural poverty “Hillbilly Elegy.” He's turned away from writing books and is now running for U.S. Senate in the Ohio GOP primary. He's making waves and political enemies on both sides of the aisle, but could he symbolize a new departure for the right? Experts talk about what the Ohio primaries can tell us about the future of conservatism in America.
President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are in Georgia Tuesday to urge Congress to pass voting rights legislation, posing the cho…
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Jacob Chansley, the so-called "QAnon Shaman," was sentenced to 41 months in prison for his role in the US Capitol riot.
Sen. Jon Tester said Wednesday he was optimistic that his bill to provide comprehensive and "overdue" support to U.S. troops who experienced toxic exposure would become law.
Only a single bill remains alive in the special session that was called to fight back against the Biden administration's vaccine mandates.
Bipartisan cooperation was on display in the recent Senate hearings about large tech companies. Will Big Tech reform set a new precedent for bipartisanship on the hill? However, what policies are best suited to this complex issue? Experts explain some of the politics at play.
Bipartisan cooperation was on display in the recent Senate hearings about large tech companies. Will Big Tech reform set a new precedent for b…
The House Speaker and Senate President of the Montana Legislature on Monday set in motion an investigation into the state Attorney General's dispute with St. Peter's Health in Helena.