Former President Donald Trump attacked Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and his wife, former Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, over the weekend after the Kentucky Republican suggested the GOP has a better chance of retaking the House than the…
The share of Americans who rate their lives so poorly they are considered to be “suffering” is climbing, according to a Gallup survey that says economic stress from inflation and worry over moral values is fueling the problem.
A Georgia prosecutor investigating former President Donald Trump’s actions in the 2020 election has pleaded with a court to speed up testimony from Sen. Lindsey Graham.
Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams is seizing on Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp’s push to quash a subpoena from the Fulton County prosecutor who is investigating former President Donald Trump’s actions following the 2020 election.
Arizona is trying to figure out how a makeshift border wall of two massive shipping containers was dislodged shortly after its installation last weekend.
A Republican candidate for Congress in New York insists he was being facetious when he said Attorney General Merrick Garland “should be executed” for green-lighting the raid on former President Donald Trump’s estate in Florida.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is ratcheting up his feud with Dan Cox, slamming the GOP nominee to replace him in Annapolis as not all there in the head.
The Democratic National Committee launched a seven-figure ad campaign Friday to promote President Biden’s tax and climate bill as the party tries to flip a difficult midterm season in its favor after legislative wins.
The Biden administration said Thursday it will try to super-charge its monkeypox response by making an additional 1.8 million doses of the Jynneos vaccine available to states, starting Monday, and setting aside tens of thousands of doses for places tha…
Pennsylvania Senate candidate Mehmet Oz defended his record of “making life better” for everyday people after his Democratic opponent mocked him for a grocery store video in which the doctor purchased foods for a crudite platter.