President Biden said Friday he hopes the U.S. relationship with Egypt becomes stronger by the end of the year and thanked President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi for his efforts on the global stage.
The White House is appealing a federal ruling that blocked President Biden’s plan to forgive up to $20,000 in student loan debt by individual borrowers.
Departing Rep. Liz Cheney says the midterm elections results were a vote for “Team Normal” and a rejection of the “toxicity” of former President Donald Trump.
The federal government set a record for tax collections in October, the first month of the fiscal year, by collecting about $318.5 billion, according to the Treasury.
Former President Donald Trump on Thursday tried to distance himself from Mehmet Oz’s failure in Pennsylvania and denied reports that he blamed his wife, Melania, for pushing him toward the celebrity doctor as a preferred Senate candidate.
Former President Donald Trump has steered the Republican Party’s ship for six years but now prominent GOP players are ready to throw him overboard.
Democrats’ meddling in GOP primaries paid dividends after the party swept races in which it had backed pro-Trump candidates this year, figuring those contenders would be easier to beat in the general elections.
The campaign arm for Senate Democrats said Thursday it isn’t wasting any time in funding its ground game ahead of a Georgia Senate runoff election that will likely determine control of the chamber.
President Biden says Elon Musk’s relationships with other countries are “worthy of being looked at” after the mogul took over Twitter with the help of foreign investors.
South Dakotans voted on Election Day to expand Medicaid coverage, overcoming formal Republican opposition to a key plank of Obamacare.