The Rev. Kevin O'Brien, the president of Santa Clara University and the priest who delivered the Roman Catholic Mass for President Biden on the morning of his inauguration, is on leave from his job at the university after unspecified allegations against him.
President Biden stumbled twice andfell as he scaled the stairs to Air Force One on Friday at Joint Base Andrews.
A Washington, D.C. judge on Friday dismissed the defamation case thatPenn State professor Michael Mann filed against the conservative magazine National Review in 2012 over a blog post that called his infamous "hockey stick graph" "deceptive" and "fraudulent.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy hired one of former President Trump's top staffers to lead his political operation, a source familiar with the hire told Fox News.
President Biden, during a 2019 Democraticpresidential primary debate, said that the United States is a country that tells people struggling under oppression or poor conditions that "you should come," as he argued for a more open asylum policy.
Former President Donald Trump on Monday said the Biden administrationis "enforcing nothing" at the southwestern border as more migrantfamilies are making it into the United States despite a health order instituted last year.
Photos of migrants in a crowded border facility in Donna, Texas, were released Monday by the office of Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Texas, as the Biden administration limits media access to the southwestern border.
Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on Tuesday released photos of the temporary facilities being used to process migrant childrenwho are found crossing the U.S. southern border.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell in a podcast released Tuesday said Democrats are trying to use the levers of power to give them a long-term political advantage despite the fact they hold the slimmest of majorities in both the House and Senate.
The White House on Monday evening withdrew the nomination of Elizabeth Klein to be the deputy secretary of the Interior Department, marking the second nominee President Biden has been forced to pull after opposition from Capitol Hill.
The Senate is set for a major clash Wednesday onone of the Democrats' top priorities with a hearing on S.1, the Senate version of the controversial elections bill known as H.R.1 in the House, which would make broad changes to how American elections are run.
Vice President Harris and multiple top aides to President Biden previouslysaid they support mandatory gun buybacks, which would force Americans to surrender certain types of firearms in exchange for monetary compensation.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Majority Leader Chuck Schumer Wednesdaylaunched broadsides against each other in a hearing on S.1, the controversial Democratic-backed elections bill that would make sweeping changes to how American elections work.
President Biden later Thursday will face reporters in a press briefing for the first time as president after weeks of media outlets clamoring to get a chance to grill him in the White House briefing room.
A conservative group is running a campaign in Arizona aimed at pressuring moderate Democrat Sen. Kyrsten Sinema into voting against the massive Democrat-backed voting bill called S.1 that's currently before the Senate.
Sen. Cynthia Lummis on Thursday will introduce a bill aimed at letting states regulate populations of grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, a large stretch of land that includes parts of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho.
President Biden on Thursday said that he makes "no apologies" for ending a variety of former President Donald Trump's immigration policies, including the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), also known as the "Remain in Mexico" policy.
Police responded to a 2018 incident in which a gun owned by Hunter Biden, the son of PresidentBiden, was thrown in a trash can outside of a market in Delaware, sources tell Fox News.
The Democrats who lead several key House committees sent document requests Thursday night to 16 different government entities seeking information about the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob.
The White House quietly corrected a gaffe President Biden made during his Thursday press conferencein which he appeared to mix up the names of Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani and the controversial former head of Pakistan's military.
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