The White House said Thursdaythat a link to a page on the Biden campaign website in the WhiteHouse.gov fact sheet for the president's $2 trillion-plus spending plan was put there in error.
Many on the left had quietly hoped that Justice Stephen Breyer would retire in 2021, opening up a seat on the Supreme Court for President Biden to fill —but now some are waging a public campaign to pressure the liberal stalwart to step down.
A group of Republican senators Tuesday asked FBI Director Christopher Wray to investigate one of President Biden's Pentagon nominees over whether he allegedly disclosed classified information on social media after leaving the Obama administration.
A group of six House Republicans Tuesday will introduce a constitutional amendment aimed at setting the number of Supreme Court justices at nine in a reaction to calls from Democrats to pack the court and a commission ordered by President Biden to study the topic.
President Biden plans to remove all American troops from Afghanistan by September 11, a senior defense official confirmed to Fox News.
Senate Democrats are going to force a procedural vote Wednesday on a bill targeting "COVID-19 hate crimes," in an effort to get Republicans on the record on the legislation Democrats say is a no-brainer to fight hate against Asian-Americans.
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Tuesday upheld an Ohio law banning doctors from performing abortions when they know the reason a woman is seeking an abortion is that her baby has Down syndrome, a significant win for pro-life groups.
A House Judiciary Committee meeting Wednesday was derailed as members sparred over masks, vaccines and social distancing in the later stages of the coronavirus pandemic.
Republicans plan to offer an infrastructure bill of their own that would spend about$650 billion, a GOP source tells Fox News, as the Biden administration and congressional Democrats continue to push President Biden's $2 trillion-plus spending plan.
Republicans recoiled Wednesday night and Thursday morning over a bill some Democrats are proposing to pack the Supreme Court, calling it an "assault" on judicial independence.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday argued that some Democrats' efforts to pack theSupreme Courtisa "hostage-taking" move aimed to ensure there is a "sword dangling" over the justices as they weigh how they will rule in future cases.
A bill introduced Thursday by a handful of liberal Democrats to pack the Supreme Court is likely to put pressure on moderate Democrats who aren't on board with it, leaving them caught in a tug of war between Republicans and their party's left wing.
Amidthe outrage from liberals over the recently passed election security law in Georgia, GOP-controlled statelegislatures are advancingbills in other states that Republican supporters say are necessary voting security measures but Democrats decry as attacks on voting rights.
Rep. Jim Jordan's contentious exchange with top government epidemiologist Anthony Fauci Thursday was only the latest in a string of spats between Fauci and congressionalRepublicans.
White Housepress secretary Jen Psaki on Friday defended United NationsAmbassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield amid criticism over comments that the American founding documents are "weaved" with White supremacy.
Sen. Josh Hawley on Monday will introduce a billto "bust up" Big Tech, which willtarget massive companies like Google and Amazon, includingby banning them from simultaneously running an online marketplace and selling goods on that marketplace.
Conservatives are doubling down on their attacks againstDemocrats afterMajor League Baseball moved its All-Star Game from Atlanta in protest of Georgia's new elections law, arguing "lies" about the content of the law led to the decision.
President Biden's administration on Monday ordered departmentsto change the terms used to describeimmigration matters, including how to refer to those who enter the country illegally, Fox News has confirmed.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in a new biography slams the Tea Party movement and any comparisons between it and the liberal Squad,despite similarities others pointed out between the right-wing grassroots movement and far-left Democratslike Rep.
Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Monday refused to say whether the swift reversal by the White House on its planned 2021 refugee cap was due to outrage from congressional Democrats, who were upset that a memo from President Biden kept the Trump-era limit.
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