The Supreme Court on Thursday rejected President Biden’s request to revive his student-debt forgiveness plan, putting it on hold for months but saying they would speed the case onto their docket.
Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, who House Democrats elected to succeed Nancy Pelosi as party leader, made clear when he takes over in January that he isn’t going to let the far-left flank, or any other faction, rule the caucus.
A federal appeals court on Thursday ended an independent review of documents seized from former President Donald Trump’s Florida estate, removing a hurdle the Justice Department said had delayed its criminal investigation into the retention of top-secr…
House and Senate Democrats are ramping up a push to give the District of Columbia’s mayor the authority to deploy National Guard troops during a time of an emergency, pointing to the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol as one reason the change is needed.
The “progressive pundit class” has shortchanged Herschel Walker, a Republican running for the U.S. Senate seat in Georgia. His opponent — Sen. Raphael Warnock, a Democrat — had a more positive experience. So says a meticulous new analysis from Newsbu…
The Senate passed legislation Thursday to impose a labor agreement between railroad unions and companies brokered by the Biden administration, preventing a strike by workers that would have halted shipment of up to 40% of the nation’s goods just weeks …
President Biden on Thursday conceded that his $740 billion tax-and-climate law includes “glitches” but said he wouldn’t apologize for his seminal legislative accomplishment despite sharp criticism from French President Emmanuel Macron.
The Supreme Court announced Thursday it will hear a legal challenge to President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan early next year.
The decision to serve lobsters at President Biden’s first White House state dinner is steaming folks in Maine, who say the president is enjoying the delicacy while his administration is regulating lobstermen out of business.
House Democrats are pressing Republicans to compromise with them on potential policy pursuits, as they profess the need for more bipartisanship heading into the minority come January.