Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), the party’s third-highest leader, has engaged in a raging months-long dispute with other House Republicans — a battle over the party’s principles that is likely to end in her dismissal from her leadership post.
Parts shortages, price spikes, port delays, labor trouble — all are complicating the economy’s rebound and threatening to ignite an inflationary spiral that could derail President Biden’s hopes for a smooth recovery.
Six months after his Election Day loss, the defeated ex-president has emerged — propelled primarily by a thirst for retribution, a quest for the spotlight and a desire to maintain control over the GOP base, former senior White House advisers said.
More than 200 protesters were injured in clashes with police in Jerusalem's Old City late Friday as tensions flared over the planned evictions of several Palestinian families from a nearby Arab neighborhood, according to emergency agencies.
The state Department of Finance attributed the decline to out-of-state migration, slower international immigration and the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed nearly 61,000 residents at a time when the state is recording among the lowest birthrates in the nation.