Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin to Undergo Procedure, Will Transfer Power to Deputy

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin to Undergo Procedure, Will Transfer Power to Deputy

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is continuing to deal with bladder issues that arose in December following his treatment for prostate cancer, a Pentagon press secretary said in a statement.

Trump Holds Rally in Bronx Park, Appealing to New York Voters

Trump Holds Rally in Bronx Park, Appealing to New York Voters

Former President Donald Trump gave a public campaign rally Thursday at a park in the South Bronx, making a pitch to New York residents via one of his election events sandwiched between court dates.

Former Baltimore Prosecutor Marylin Mosby Spared Prison for Mortgage Fraud and Perjury

Former Baltimore Prosecutor Marylin Mosby Spared Prison for Mortgage Fraud and Perjury

A former Baltimore city prosecutor was spared any prison time in her sentence Thursday for perjury and mortgage fraud.

Ohio Governor Calls Special Session to Fix Biden Ballot Issue

Ohio Governor Calls Special Session to Fix Biden Ballot Issue

Ohio’s Republican Gov. Mike DeWine said Thursday that he is calling a rare special session of the General Assembly next week to get President Joe Biden on the state’s 2024 ballot.

Senate Border Bill Vote Fails for Second Time

Senate Border Bill Vote Fails for Second Time

Senate Republicans again blocked a bill meant to clamp down on the number of migrants allowed to claim asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Robocalls That Faked Biden’s Voice Could Result in Millions in Fines

Robocalls That Faked Biden’s Voice Could Result in Millions in Fines

The FCC has issued a $6 million fine against a consultant involved with AI-generated robocalls mimicking President Joe Biden’s voice that were placed to voters before the New Hampshire primary.

Supreme Court Upholds Republican-Held South Carolina Congressional District Map

Supreme Court Upholds Republican-Held South Carolina Congressional District Map

The Supreme Court on Thursday preserved a Republican-held South Carolina congressional district, rejecting a lower-court ruling that said the district discriminated against Black voters.

Leaders of Northwestern, UCLA and Rutgers to Testify Over Campus Protests

Leaders of Northwestern, UCLA and Rutgers to Testify Over Campus Protests

House Republicans have summoned the leaders of Northwestern University and Rutgers University to testify about concessions granted to pro-Palestinian protesters to end demonstrations on campus.

Senate Confirms 200th Federal Judge Under Biden

Senate Confirms 200th Federal Judge Under Biden

U.S. Senate on Wednesday confirmed the 200th federal judge of President Joe Biden’s tenure.

Sen. Rick Scott of Florida Joins Race to Succeed McConnell as GOP Leader

Sen. Rick Scott of Florida Joins Race to Succeed McConnell as GOP Leader

Sen. Rick Scott of Florida said Wednesday he will run for Senate Republican leader when Mitch McConnell leaves the post, becoming the third Republican in the race.

Britain Prime Minister Sunak Sets July 4 Election Date

Britain Prime Minister Sunak Sets July 4 Election Date

Britain Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has set July 4 as the date for a national election that will determine who governs United Kingdom.

Biden Welcomes Kenya President Ruto For State Visit

Biden Welcomes Kenya President Ruto For State Visit

President Joe Biden is welcoming Kenya President William Ruto to the White House for a three-day state visit.

Bob Menendez Trial on Weeklong Break After Jurors Got Stuck in Elevator

Bob Menendez Trial on Weeklong Break After Jurors Got Stuck in Elevator

The trial of Sen. Bob Menendez was placed on a weeklong recess Tuesday after the federal court jury members got stuck in an elevator during their break.

FCC Proposing Disclosure Rules for AI-Generated Political Ads on TV and Radio

FCC Proposing Disclosure Rules for AI-Generated Political Ads on TV and Radio

The Federal Communications Commission has formally proposed a rule to require political advertisers to disclose when they use content generated by artificial intelligence within TV and radio ads.

Republican National Committee HQ Evacuated after Vials of Blood Delivered

Republican National Committee HQ Evacuated after Vials of Blood Delivered

The Republican National Committee's Washington headquarters was briefly evacuated Wednesday morning as police investigated two vials of blood that were sent to the location.