President Biden kicked off a North American summit Monday by calling on leaders to bolster democracies in the Americas after a weekend attack on Brazil’s seat of government that some are comparing to the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
President Biden and the leaders of Canada and Mexico teed up a crucial North American summit on Monday by jointly condemning the violent attacks on Brazil’s “democracy and on the peaceful transfer of power.”
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis will halt plans to bus migrants to New York City and Chicago, citing productive conversations with mayors in both cities.
Nearly two-thirds of Republicans say it is important for the GOP to show at least some loyalty to former President Donald Trump despite the widespread belief his political influence has dimmed heading into the 2024 cycle.
A conservative group hit back Friday after Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel accused the group of releasing a “junk poll” that showed only a small sliver of GOP voters want to see her reelected.
John R. Bolton, a longtime GOP fixture and former national security adviser to President Donald Trump, told a British network on Friday he plans to run for president in 2024 to oppose his former boss.
Senate Majority Charles E. Schumer on Friday marked the second anniversary of the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol by tying the incident to the chaotic vote for House speaker, urging the GOP to ditch its “MAGA wing” and find common ground with Democrats.
As voting reached a seventh ballot on Thursday, the president had a hard time describing his level of interest in the process.
The Biden administration will enforce its vaccine mandate on foreigners who arrive by air until at least the early spring.
Former Rep. Adam Kinzinger is joining CNN as a senior political commentator, the network announced, giving the Illinois Republican and vocal critic of former President Donald Trump a cable news platform.