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Earning a coveted endorsement from former President Donald Trump was not enough to clear a path to the Republican nomination for Max Miller, who is... [Read More]
Two top House Republicans dodged a question about the far-fetched scenario of former President Donald Trump becoming speaker of the House should Republicans win the... [Read More]
Republican senators are aiming to stop the Federal Trade Commission's Democratic chairwoman, Lina Khan, from using the votes of departed commissioners to move her agenda... [Read More]
Alabama authorities are investigating the death of a former football player who died Monday as police were escorting him to a hospital. [Read More]
A waitress in New York was having none of a "creepy" customer who attempted to give his phone number to "underage girls" and uttered homophobic... [Read More]
The United Kingdom and Australia have joined the United States in boycotting the 2022 Chinese-hosted Olympics. [Read More]
The version of the defense spending bill that the House of Representatives passed on Tuesday includes a provision that prevents military personnel who lose their... [Read More]
The Jan. 6 select committee says it "has no choice" but to hold Mark Meadows in criminal contempt of Congress for refusing to cooperate with... [Read More]
Democrats are not backing down on efforts to punish Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert for calling Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar a "Jihad Squad member." [Read More]
A historically high number of people quit their jobs in October, according to data released by the Department of Labor on Wednesday. [Read More]
Getting your booster may help you defend against COVID-19's omicron variant. [Read More]
California Republican Rep. Devin Nunes's Monday announcement that he will leave Congress at the end of this year to take a job as the CEO... [Read More]
A key government accountability agency is less than pleased with the Justice Department's data collection involving excessive force incidents. [Read More]
Explosives tied to a motorcycle blew up in the southern city of Basra in Iraq on Tuesday, killing four people and injuring four others, according... [Read More]
The White House is facing questions over its plans to increase testing for COVID-19, which include reimbursing the costs for tests but not mailing them... [Read More]
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is headed to McLean, Virginia, a ritzy suburb of Washington, D.C., to raise money for her federal political action committee. [Read More]
Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle on Tuesday brought attention to solitary confinement in jails — but for starkly different reasons. [Read More]
The House passed legislation late Tuesday that will pave the way for Democrats to unilaterally raise the nation's borrowing limit. [Read More]
The Christmas tree at Fox Square in New York City was engulfed in flames just after midnight Wednesday. [Read More]
The prospect of conflict between Russia and Ukraine persists after President Joe Biden spoke with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin via a video call. [Read More]
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