Donald Trump said Sunday that he will not take the stand Monday in his New York civil fraud trial, marking a reversal for the former president who had previously testified during the case.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy will travel to Washington this week to meet with President Biden and members of Congress, a crucial trip that comes as U.S. aid is set to run dry by month’s end and lawmakers consider approving another $60 billion.
Sen. Bernard Sanders, one of the most liberal members of Congress, doubled down Sunday on his refusal to call for a cease-fire between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas.
Sen. J.D. Vance said Sunday that U.S. officials should accept the notion that Ukraine is likely to “cede some territory” in its fight against unprovoked Russian aggression.
Sen. Mitt Romney on Sunday downplayed remarks by Donald Trump that the former president would not be a dictator “except for Day One,” despite the Utah Republican’s disdain for Mr. Trump.
The Environmental Protection Agency is keeping Congress in the dark about how millions of dollars from President Biden’s COVID-19 stimulus spending were doled out to environmental justice efforts, The Washington Times has learned.
Senate Democrats and Republicans talked past each other on Thursday about border policies, further lowering the prospects of a deal on war aid a day after President Biden’s $110 billion request failed in the chamber.
South Carolina will divest its $105 million investment portfolio from the “happiest place on Earth” in the latest move by Republican officials against what they call Disney’s woke liberal agenda.
The House passed legislation Wednesday that would block a proposed Biden administration rule to phase out the sales of new gas-powered cars to fight climate change.
President Biden’s $110 billion national security spending package with aid for Israel and Ukraine was blocked by Senate Republicans Wednesday after Democrats refused to beef up southern border security.