Trump opens 2024 run, says he's 'more committed' than ever

Trump opens 2024 run, says he's 'more committed' than ever

Former President Donald Trump is set to kick off his 2024 White House bid with visits to a pair of early voting states.

Kentucky governor flexes incumbency power in reelection bid

Kentucky governor flexes incumbency power in reelection bid

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear's efforts to ride the advantages of incumbency to reelection this year were on display in his most recent news conference.

Election-denying lawmakers hold key election oversight roles

Election-denying lawmakers hold key election oversight roles

Republican lawmakers who've spread election conspiracy theories and falsely claimed that the 2020 presidential outcome was rigged are overseeing legislative committees charged with setting election policy in two major battleground states.

Inside McCarthy's House: Famous friends and hard realities

Inside McCarthy's House: Famous friends and hard realities

Three weeks into the new era of the House Republican majority, the risks of Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s leadership style are clearly taking hold.

US presidents who were elected for a second term, ranked

US presidents who were elected for a second term, ranked

Stacker dug through the data of C-SPAN's most recent ranking of all U.S. presidents based on a 10-point scale devised by academics to rank those chief executives who served more than one term in office.

House Approves GOP Rules Package

House Approves GOP Rules Package

It was approved 220 to 213, a party-line vote with one Republican opposed.

Biden Announces Tougher Border Restrictions, Offers Legal Path for 30,000 Each Month

Biden Announces Tougher Border Restrictions, Offers Legal Path for 30,000 Each Month

The Biden administration on Thursday said it would immediately begin turning away Cubans, Haitians and Nicaraguans who cross the U.S.-Mexico border illegally.

House Resumes 2nd Day of Voting on Next Speaker After McCarthy Falls Short of Majority

House Resumes 2nd Day of Voting on Next Speaker After McCarthy Falls Short of Majority

House Republicans will open the second day of the new Congress much like the first — with leader Kevin McCarthy trying to become House speaker despite losing in multiple rounds of voting.

House Passes Bill to Protect Same-Sex Marriage

House Passes Bill to Protect Same-Sex Marriage

The House gave final approval Thursday to legislation protecting same-sex marriages.

National Results of Ballot Measures & Issues

National Results of Ballot Measures & Issues

Results of ballot measures and issues across the United States.

President Biden Signs Executive Order to Promote Competition

President Biden Signs Executive Order to Promote Competition

WASHINGTON President Biden signs a new executive order this Friday which the administration claims will boost competition and stop large corporations from limiting options for American workers and consumers. Biden announced 72 initiatives to tackle what t

North Korea Claims Biden 'Made a Big Blunder' in Speech to Congress

North Korea Claims Biden 'Made a Big Blunder' in Speech to Congress

North Korea sends a warning to President Biden and the United States saying the administration "made a big blunder" in calling North Korea a security threat during a speech to Congress. The statement reported this Sunday by state sponsored television stat

Harris Talks Public Transit, Spending Plan

Harris Talks Public Transit, Spending Plan

In Ohio, Vice President Harris promoted a range of benefits from public transportation. The VP and U.S. senator, Sherrod Brown, met with transportation and business leaders in a roundtable discussion hosted by the University of Cincinnati. Harris said eas

US to Ban Non immigrants from India Amid Surge

US to Ban Non immigrants from India Amid Surge

President Biden is suspending entry to non-citizens as a response to growing number of cases of covid-19 from India. In a White House statement, the president cites proactive measures to protect the Nation’s public health from travelers entering the

Biden Recognized Armenian Atrocities as 'Genocide'

Biden Recognized Armenian Atrocities as 'Genocide'

President Biden becomes the first American president to recognize an Armenian indecent as a 'genocide.' This afternoon, the president sent out a statement during the Armenian Remembrance Day memorials in honor of the April 24, 1915 incident. The incident