High-profile speakers at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Friday and Saturday railed against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and top U.S. epidemiologist Anthony Fauci, sharply criticizing their handling of the pandemic.
Former President Donald Trump is set to deliver the keynote address at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Sunday afternoon as he and his allies aim to guide the direction of the Republican Party after his presidency.
Ohio Rep. Warren Davidson said on Saturday that he is considering running for either the Ohio governor or U.S. senator from Ohio in 2022, as he harshly criticized incumbent Gov.
Rep. Jim Jordantold Fox News on Sunday that he's not sure Republicans in Congress will be able to work with Democrats, saying that Democrats in Congress are too "radically left," to negotiate with on major issues.
Former President Donald Trump won the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) straw poll with 55% of the vote in results announced Sunday.
Former President Donald Trumpin his Sunday address to the Conservative Political Action Conference(CPAC) clearly declared that he would not start a new political party, after some speculation last month that he might.
Former President Donald Trump on Sunday paid tribute to the late radio legend Rush Limbaugh, who was long considered the voice of the conservative movement and who was one of the first high-profile right-wing media personalities to back Trump's first presidential run.
Former PresidentDonald Trumpattacked a litany of "establishment" Republicans in his Sunday keynote address at the Conservative Political Action Conference(CPAC), even as some in the GOP continue to deny that there is a civil war within the party.
Heritage Action for America, a conservative nonprofit tied to the right-leaning think tank The Heritage Foundation, on Monday will announce that it plans to spend $10 million onefforts to tighten election security laws in eight key swing states.
The continued refusal by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign in the face of mounting scandals is drawing comparisons to Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, who wouldn't resign in 2019 despite calls from members of his own party to step down over a scandal of his own.
Rep. Eleanor Holmes Nortonsaid on Monday morning that Congress is "afraid of its shadow" after the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol as she panned the idea of a permanent fence or military presence around Capitol Hill.
Former President Donald Trump is trying to squeeze money away from three of the most integral fundraising and electoral organizations in Republican politics as he aims to ensure Republican donors' money doesn't go to candidates who are disloyalto him.
Sens. Steve Daines and Cynthia Lummis on Tuesday announced that they will put a "hold" on the nomination of Rep. Deb Haalandto lead the Interior Department, a procedural tactic designed to delay the nomination by forcing debate.
Reps. Chip Roy and Henry Cuellar of Texas introduced a bill on Tuesday aimed at eradicating an invasive weed along the Rio Grande which makes it highly difficult for border patrol agents to navigate vast areas of the southern border.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday announced that the state will lift nearly all of its coronavirus-related restrictions on indoor capacity of restaurants and businesses, travel limits and more, while leavingplace the state's mask mandate.
Sen. Tom Cotton introduced a bill last month that would do something Republicans have been resisting for years -- raise the minimum wage.
Former President Donald Trump said Tuesday thathe supports the Republican Party and its major fundraising organizationsbut still doubled down on his demand that "RINOs and fools" not use his name or likeness to raise campaign cash.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumersaid Tuesday it was a "mistake" for Democratsto work with Sen. Susan Collins during the early Obama years and that President Biden didn'tthink Republicans "were being serious" in coronavirus relief negotiations.
The Senate on Wednesday confirmed Marcia Fudge to be President Biden's new secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy on Wednesday asked House Speaker Nancy Pelosi a series of questions on when the Capitol will begin to get back to normal after the coronavirus pandemic, including on proxy voting and public access to the building.
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