A Washington card room owner challenging tribal monopolies on sports betting plans to take his fight all the way to the Supreme Court, despite objections from his own tribe.
Alabama Sen. Katie Britt, a Republican, described her position in the U.S. Senate during a trip to the southern border days after being sworn into office.
Americans in the nation’s capital are unsure whether the two chambers of Congress will be able to govern effectively now that neither party holds a supermajority.
During a congressional delegation to Eagle Pass at the southern border, three Republican senators weigh in on ICE losing track of 150,000 illegal migrants.
Americans from Washington, D.C., to Washington state shared whether they think President Biden should seek re-election with the majority opposing a second run.
Americans are split on whether Republicans will be able to lead the House of Representatives effectively as the party continues to debate who will become speaker.
One of the nation’s strictest gun control measures takes effect next month in Oregon. Hunters and other gun groups fear it will force all firearm sales to pause.
Five county sheriffs in Oregon vowed to not enforce the state’s new strict new gun law that it violates the Second Amendment and is “pure anti-gun politics.”
Georgia voters reacted to the Peach State’s Senate race between Sen. Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker going to a Dec. 6 runoff election following Tuesday’s vote.
Stacey Abrams’ supporters in her gubernatorial race against Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp reacted to election results projecting the Republican incumbent as the winner.