New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said Friday that “all options are on the table,” including another lockdown, amid a spike in coronavirus cases in the state, according to reports.
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Diners in Michigan will be required to give their name and number to restaurants and bars starting Monday in an effort to contain a recent coronavirus surge, according to a report.
Being attacked President Trump is a “badge of honor,” U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez told actress Jane Fonda during an online interview last week.
A hot mic appeared to catch Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris checking her location before addressing supporters Saturday.
When President Trump suggested at the Thursday presidential debate that the more than 500 migrant children who the government hasn’t been able to reunite with their parents were brought to the border by coyotes, many on social media were left confused.
The son of former Vice President Joe Biden has mostly remained mum on the allegations of impropriety while working on the board of Ukrainian oil company Burisma. Here’s what he has said about it in the past.
Former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton on Friday urged her supporters to “cancel” the “Trump reality show” in the November election.
Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, has launched negative attack ads against his Democratic challenger MJ Hegar with less than three weeks left before the election.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, mocked former Sen. Al Franken after Franken advertised a satirical “I hate Ted Cruz” pint glass in a promotion for his new podcast.
Sen. Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence disagreed during Tuesday evening’s vice presidential debate over whether justice was served for Breonna Taylor in the Kentucky grand jury’s decision not to charge any officers directly for her death.
White House chief of staff Mark Meadows confirmed on “Justice with Judge Jeanine” on Saturday evening that President Trump’s condition had deteriorated Friday following his COVID-19 diagnosis.
Schumer calls Supreme Court hearing ‘irresponsible and dangerous’ after senators test positive for coronavirus
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said Friday evening it would be “irresponsible and dangerous” to move forward with a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing for President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee on Oct. 12 after two Republican senators on the committee confirmed they have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Trump’s campaign manager, Bill Stepien, tested positive for the coronavirus Friday evening, a campaign official told Fox News, hours after the president and first lady confirmed they had contracted the virus.
Michigan’s state Senate passed two bills in a bipartisan vote Wednesday that would make it a felony to request a mail-in ballot under another person’s name or to fill out an application for multiple ballots.
Former first lady Michelle Obama on Wednesday said she understood those who were “turned off” by President Trump’s behavior during Tuesday’s first presidential debate.
The Justice Department on Friday called on San Francisco Mayor London Breed to increase the allowable capacity in houses of worship, accusing the city of impeding on “religious freedom” amid the coronavirus.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday balked at what he described as “incredibly draconian” university policies in the state, claiming they punish students for attending large gatherings amid the coronavirus, according to reports.
Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s family and friends spoke to “The Ingraham Angle” on Thursday night about why they think Barrett would make a great Supreme Court justice.
Seattle’s City Council voted 7-2 Tuesday evening to override Mayor Jenny Durkan’s veto of a bill that would cut police funding by around $3 million.
If the crowd at President Trump’s Saturday rally in North Carolina was any indicator, the president’s supporters have already decided what he should do about the vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has braced her supporters for a very different future than they may have expected — even if presidential nominee Joe Biden and other Democrats prevail in November.
Former President Obama late Friday called Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg a “warrior for gender equality” and someone who believed justice “only had meaning if it applied to every single American.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee unknowingly and illegal gifted infected apples to residents of towns devastated by wildfires last week.
Lawmakers in Washington, most of them Republicans, called Friday for the Justice Department to take legal action against Netflix for streaming the highly controversial film “Cuties” — claiming the comedy-drama sexualizes young children and “serves as fodder for pedophiles.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer “doesn’t have a clue” when it comes to the coronavirus and the economy, President Trump told a rally crowd in the Great Lake State on Thursday — just hours after the Democrat blasted the president during a news briefing.
Nancy Pelosi is a “hypocrite” and a “liar” for getting her hair washed and blown out inside a San Francisco salon Monday and then stating she didn’t believe she’d violated the city’s coronavirus restrictions, San Francisco lawyer Harmeet Dhillon told Fox News.
A group of Portland, Ore. protesters staged a sit-in inside the lobby of Mayor Ted Wheeler’s condominium building Friday evening while others held a loud concert outside.
A 19-year-old Kansas Democrat running for a seat in the state House — who said Sunday he would drop out of the race after admitting to a “revenge porn” incident when he was in middle school and to harassing others on social media — reversed course Tuesday, saying he plans to stay in the race.