Former President George W. Bush warned Tuesday that President Biden's decision to withdraw all American troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11 could have harmful implications for women and girls if the "brutal" Taliban retakes power.
Former President George W. Bush on Tuesday criticized both Republicans and Democrats for their approaches to immigration, warning againstdemonizing immigrants but also against open borders policies.
In the early stages of the Biden administration, some of the key political battles aren't revolving around governingphilosophies or federal spendingor culture wars. Instead, they're about the definitions of words.
Rep. Maxine Waters on Tuesday ignored questions about her comments over the weekend that demonstrators should "get more confrontational" if former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin is found not guilty of murder in the death of George Floyd.
Sen. Tim Scott and other Republicans on Capitol Hill and nationally laudedthe conviction of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd on Tuesday, saying that the verdict proved the strength of the American judicial system.
Senate Republicans on Wednesday will discuss whether to bring back earmarks --setting up a battle between fiscal hawks who decry them as "wasteful" spendingand others who believe earmarks could help improve dealmaking in Congress.
White Housepress secretary Jen Psaki on Wednesday denied that the United States was involved in an alleged plot to assassinate contested Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko.
North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum on Wednesday vetoed a bill that would ban transgender girls from playing ingirls high school sports following a similar move earlier this year by South Dakota Gov.
A group of House Democrats on Thursday attacked the Senate filibuster at a press conference, saying the 60-vote-hurdle legislation in the upper chamber is "racist" and alleging that Americans don't care about procedure in Congress.
A group of Republican senators on Thursday spoke in front of the Supreme Court in opposition to court-packing, a response to legislationDemocrats introduced at a press conference last week to do just that.
Former President George W. Bushsaid in an interview published Thursdayhe "painted with too broad a brush" in describing the modern Republican Party as "isolationist" and "nativist" earlier this week.
Footage taken this week at the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas shows a group of adult men and small children being escorted to a staging areaby the Texas National Guard after the group was discovered shortly after crossing the border.
The U.S. Census Bureau on Monday will announce the results of the 2020population count, which willdetermine the number of seats in the House of Representativesandpotentially shiftthe power thatsome states have in the federal government.
Comments Sunday from top White House coronavirus adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci indicateda possible shift in federal recommendations on masks outdoors,representing a departure from his past comments on when people should wear masks.
Republican attorneys general are hitting the Biden administration with a barrage of lawsuits even before theend of its first 100 days, foreshadowingwhat could be a litigious four years between President Biden and the top state law enforcement officials.
At his old job as the Connecticut education commissioner, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona wrote in a 2019 email that he wanted to take steps toensure teachers were supportive of a new "woke" curriculum the state was implementing.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday will hear a case on school speech that could be the most influential on the topic since the famous 1969 case Tinker v.
President Biden on Wednesday will give a primetime address to a joint session of Congress, marking the biggest speech of his presidencyso far and giving him the opportunity to lay out his agenda for the rest of his time in office.
Republican governors in states with no mask mandates and low coronavirus case counts are touting anend to "[e]ndless government mandates" while saying protecting their constituents remains a priority.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday appeared to be leaning toward issuing a narrow ruling in the case of a student who was booted from her high school cheerleading team over an expletive-laden Snapchat postafter she was cut from the varsity squad.
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