FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA — Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis will campaign for several GOP candidates in key battleground races, including J.D. Vance and Kari Lake, respectively the Republican nominees in Ohio’s Senate race and Arizona’s gubernatorial contest.
Former Vice President Mike Pence is squaring off Tuesday against his old boss, President Trump, in a proxy battle of their endorsed rival candidates in Wisconsin’s gubernatorial Republican primary.
Months after the start of an infant formula shortage in the U.S, many parents are still struggling to find cans and bottles of certain brands, in part because a major formula plant has not yet ramped up production.
Police in Elkhart, Indiana Thursday revised their initial assessment of the August 3 fatal crash that killed Republican Rep. Jackie Walorski and two staffers: While blame for the accident was initially centered on 56-year-old Edith Schmucker, accused o…
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said Thursday he is suspending Tampa’s “woke” State Attorney Andrew Warren for “refusing to enforce Florida law,” including abortion law, and for enacting soft-on-crime policies that have made the community less safe.
A group of biotech investors and doctors are warning that the Senate’s drug-pricing proposal, aimed at lowering skyrocketing prices, would “strike a huge blow” to patient access and halt research on new treatments for Alzheimer’s disease, heart disease…
Few parents are getting their young children vaccinated against COVID-19, despite the Biden administration’s much-anticipated rollout of the shots for children under the age of five more than a month ago.
Democrats have named their new tax-and-spend package the “Inflation Reduction Act,” but the party is battling economists who say the legislation won’t do anything to spare consumers from the rising cost of goods and services, and it could make things w…
Senate Democrats are optimistic they can find 10 Republican votes to help them send a bill codifying gay marriage to President Biden’s desk after dozens of GOP lawmakers approved the legislation in the House.
Senate lawmakers want the military to end a program created after the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol to eliminate white nationalists and other extremists from its ranks.