Twitter users are voicing their opinions about the arrest of a group of staffers associated with CBS’s “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” for unlawful entry near the U.S. Capitol Building on Thursday.
On Wednesday, Attorney General Merrick Garland will meet with family members of the victims and survivors of the mass shooting at the Tops grocery store in Buffalo, New York.
The Rhode Island Senate voted Tuesday night to pass three gun reform bills, including an age limit on firearm purchases, prompting an outburst from pro-gun advocates in the chamber’s gallery.
President Joe Biden’s physical and mental health should not be a concern to voters, according to White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, who refused to answer the question before laughing it off during an interview Monday night.
California Republican Young Kim has been declared the winner in a primary to represent the 40th Congressional District and will advance to the general election where she will square off against Democratic candidate Asif Mahmood.
The White House will soon announce that President Joe Biden will visit the Middle East, including key stops in Saudi Arabia and Israel, according to a report.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected a petition from Mark and Patricia McCloskey involving a suspension of their law licenses after the couple pointed guns at protesters outside their Missouri home in 2020.
Republican Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming is swinging back at former President Donald Trump, who headlined an event for her opponent last week, saying her party has formed a “cult of personality” around him.
Republican Rep. Chris Jacobs of New York will not seek re-election after he threw his support behind a Democratic-led gun ban in Congress.
Sen. John Cornyn defended police officers amid criticism they are receiving for perceived mistakes they made in response to Tuesday’s school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.