Beau Biden died in 2015 after serving overseas near waste-burning pits, though any connection has not been proved. Activists say the president should do more to help vets in a similar plight.
The most conservative Supreme Court in decades on Wednesday will consider the state’s restrictive law, which opponents and advocates alike agree is almost impossible to square with precedent.
Maxwell, a longtime companion to Epstein, allegedly helped recruit and groom his young sex abuse victims.
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Biden hasn’t received credit for what he’s accomplished and hasn’t done all he said he would. Now a new coronavirus variant adds uncertainty to the months ahead.
The president sought to project confidence as the new coronavirus variant raised fresh concerns about the pandemic.
The former Trump White House adviser’s legal team argued that the government offered little reason to keep evidence private in his contempt-of-Congress case.
Pollsters and other allies have pressed White House officials to do more to acknowledge inflation as a central concern for voters and tout what they are doing to combat it.
Biden’s physician described it as “a potentially precancerous lesion” and recommended that “routine surveillance” should continue.
Greene was one of 21 Republicans who voted against awarding the Congressional Gold Medal to all the police officers who responded to the attack on the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob on Jan. 6.
"If our most-effective message in 2022 is that Republicans = Trump, we’re going to get creamed,” the report stated.
Data released Wednesday showed differences among government agencies as federal workers were prodded to vaccinate by a Biden administration mandate.
On Dec. 1, the Supreme Court will consider a Mississippi law that could overturn Roe v. Wade — the 1973 ruling establishing a nationwide right to abortion. Here's what we know about where each justice stands on the issue.
Four state attorneys general were recently empowered to investigate civil rights abuses in local departments.
The Biden administration told Congress it will remove the terror designation but issue new ones for at least one splinter group.
The episode underscores the tension between the national Republican Party and some influential parts of the GOP base — particularly Christian conservatives — on the issue of LGBTQ rights.
Rep. Bennie G. Thompson (D-Miss.), chairman of the committee, said the panel believes “the individuals and organizations we subpoenaed today have relevant information about how violence erupted at the Capitol and the preparation leading up to this violent attack.”