White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre dismissed Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s efforts to secure the Southern border as “political stunts” Thursday.
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre defended making false statements from the podium, saying she will continue to follow the guidance of the White House Counsel’s Office.
Hunter Biden’s lawyers went on the offensive Wednesday, calling for criminal investigations into Rudy Giuliani, Steve Bannon and others involved in leaking his laptop.
Former First Lady Melania Trump’s hairdresser received at least $132,000 in payments from former President Donald Trump’s Save America leadership PAC last year for “strategy consulting.”
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell touted $21.4 million in funding he secured for the city of Louisville by voting for President Biden’s trillion-dollar infrastructure bill.
House Republicans are sounding the alarm over “massive amounts” of COVID-19 fraud from aid programs during the pandemic as Democrats refuse to end the programs.
Billionaire Elon Musk snubbed Congressional Democrats in his first visit to Capitol Hill since purchasing Twitter, the latest sign of his newfound Republican leanings.
President Biden’s administration is expected to relent on its opposition to new oil drilling sits in Alaska in the coming days, approving a plan for up to 5 sites.
More and more Americans are opposing President Biden’s massive aid packages for Ukraine, with a quarter of Americans saying the U.S. has given too much.
The U.S. Justice Department dropped an investigation into former U.S. general John Allen, who was accused of secretly lobbying for the government of Qatar on Tuesday.