Former first lady Michelle Obama’s voting initiative announced a new effort spurred by the Inflation Reduction Act to boost voter participation ahead of the midterm elections.
Gov. Newsom signed a bill into California law Tuesday that requires social media companies to post their terms of service on hate and discrimination publicly.
Ohio Rep. Marcy Kaptur refused repeated requests for comment when asked if she will attend Intel’s semiconductor manufacturing facility with President Biden next month.
British Prime Minister Liz Truss and President Joe Biden spoke Tuesday via a congratulatory call, on a range of issues including the contentious Northern Ireland Protocol.
A new pro-Oz campaign targets a 2013 incident where Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman pulled a gun on a Black jogger after mistakenly suspecting him of a crime.
A new editorial published by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette highlights plausible voters’ concerns over John Fetterman’s ability to serve in the Senate given his state of health.
Pennsylvania Senate hopeful John Fetterman attended an unannounced Hamptons fundraiser, despite avoiding debates with Republican opponent, Dr. Mehmet Oz.
Michigan’s Board of Canvassers deadlocked in a 2-2 vote split along party lines in a vote deciding whether to put an abortion rights measure on the November ballot.
Florida gubernatorial nominee Charlie Crist announced his resignation from the House Wednesday, a little over a week after winning the state’s Democratic nomination.
New ads from the Judicial Crisis Network slam Democratic Senators for not pushing legislation that would extend protections for US Supreme Court Justices.