Former President Bill Clinton provided a video update on his condition after he was released from a California hospital where he had been admitted days earlier for an infection.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is expected to veto legislation that would allow children to qualify for scholarships to attend private schools, with expenses such as tutoring covered by taxpayer dollars.
Seventeen state attorneys general penned a letter to President Biden and Merrick Garland demanding a cease to “scare tactics” used by the federal government to intimidate parents into silence at school board meetings.
Illinois police officers who may soon be out of a job due to COVID-19 vaccine mandates, specifically those in Chicago, can look to their eastern neighbor state of Indiana for less stringent job opportunities in law enforcement.
Four out of the eight members of the U.S Commission on Civil Rights have penned a letter to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, chastising him for his recent memo regarding parents who protest school boards.
Former President Bill Clinton will remain in the hospital for another night to receive antibiotics and is expected to be discharged Sunday, according to his spokesperson.
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W. Va., responded to criticism from Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who penned an op-ed calling for every Democrat to support President Biden’s Build Back Better agenda.
Dozens of activists protesting fossil fuel projects were arrested Thursday after they staged a sit-in at the Interior Department, a move which led to “multiple injuries” and one officer being taken to a hospital.
The Pentagon said Thursday that defense contractors and their employees, including those in Texas, would be required to get a COVID-19 vaccine, despite an order from Gov. Greg Abbott banning vaccine mandates in the state.
Jen Psaki said Thursday that there is a “crisis” when it comes to climate change in the world, despite refusing to use the same label to acknowledge ongoing problems at the southern border.