Trump Proposes Green Cards for College Graduates, Tax-Free Tipped Wages

Trump Proposes Green Cards for College Graduates, Tax-Free Tipped Wages

Donald Trump has introduced proposals on the presidential campaign trail over green card eligibility for foreigners who graduate from American colleges; and on reducing federal taxes on tipped wages.

Hearing Begins Over Special Counsel Appointment in Trump’s Florida Case

Hearing Begins Over Special Counsel Appointment in Trump’s Florida Case

A federal court hearing starts Friday over the appointment of special prosecutor Jack Smith in the classified documents case against former president Donald Trump.

CNN’s June 27 Presidential Debate To Feature Only Biden and Trump

CNN’s June 27 Presidential Debate To Feature Only Biden and Trump

Independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has failed to qualify for the June 27 debate featuring President Joe Biden and former president Donald Trump, network host CNN announced.

Louisiana Will Require Ten Commandments Display in Classrooms

Louisiana Will Require Ten Commandments Display in Classrooms

Louisiana has become the first state to require in recent years that the Ten Commandments be displayed in every public school classroom.

Republicans Block Bill to Ban Bump Stocks After Supreme Court Ruling

Republicans Block Bill to Ban Bump Stocks After Supreme Court Ruling

Senate Republicans blocked bipartisan legislation Tuesday that would have outlawed bump stocks after the Supreme Court struck down a ban on the rapid-fire gun accessory.

Ethics Panel Investigating Matt Gaetz Over Allegations of Sexual Misconduct and Illicit Drug Use

Ethics Panel Investigating Matt Gaetz Over Allegations of Sexual Misconduct and Illicit Drug Use

The House Ethics Committee said Tuesday it is continuing to review several allegations against Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., including that he engaged in sexual misconduct and illegal drug use.

New York Court Declines to Hear Donald Trump Appeal of Gag Order

New York Court Declines to Hear Donald Trump Appeal of Gag Order

New York’s top court declined Tuesday to hear Donald Trump’s gag order appeal on his criminal case, leaving the restrictions in place for now.

Judge Blocks Iowa Law Permitting State Charges Over Deportation Matters

Judge Blocks Iowa Law Permitting State Charges Over Deportation Matters

An Iowa law expected to take effect July 1 that would allow criminal charges for those with deportation orders is temporarily on hold, given a federal judge's order.

Boeing’s CEO Scheduled to Testify to Senators About Plane Safety

Boeing’s CEO Scheduled to Testify to Senators About Plane Safety

U.S. lawmakers are expected to question Boeing’s chief executive Tuesday about the company’s latest plan to fix its manufacturing problem.

Biden to Announce Deportation Protection and Work Permits for Spouses of US Citizens

Biden to Announce Deportation Protection and Work Permits for Spouses of US Citizens

President Joe Biden is planning to announce a sweeping new policy Tuesday that would lift the threat of deportation for tens of thousands of people married to U.S. citizens.

Biden’s Campaign Launches Advertising Blitz Highlighting Trump’s Conviction

Biden’s Campaign Launches Advertising Blitz Highlighting Trump’s Conviction

President Joe Biden’s campaign says it wants to more clearly define the choice between the candidates ahead of the first debate between them in Atlanta on June 27.

Judge Blocks Gender Identity From Title IX Protections in More States

Judge Blocks Gender Identity From Title IX Protections in More States

A federal policy expanding Title IX civil rights protections to LGBTQ+ students, and redefining what can be considered sexual harassment at schools and colleges, has been blocked in six more states.

DOJ Won’t Prosecute Attorney General Garland for Contempt

DOJ Won’t Prosecute Attorney General Garland for Contempt

The Justice Department says Attorney General Merrick Garland will not be prosecuted for contempt of Congress after refusing to turn over audio of President Joe Biden’s interview with Robert Hur.

Justice Clarence Thomas Took Additional Trips Paid for by Donor, Senate Investigation Reveals

Justice Clarence Thomas Took Additional Trips Paid for by Donor, Senate Investigation Reveals

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas was given three additional undisclosed trips by GOP megadonor Harlan Crow, according to documents the Senate Judiciary Committee released Thursday.

President Biden Says He Will Not Pardon Son Hunter After Gun Sentence

President Biden Says He Will Not Pardon Son Hunter After Gun Sentence

President Joe Biden responded he would not when asked whether he plans to commute the sentence for his son Hunter Biden.