After a failed evacuation attempt during the double suicide bombing last week, an Afghan mother and her five children remain stuck inside Afghanistan with little direction from the State Department on when or how they will leave.
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Four members of the Democratic “Squad” went after President Biden Saturday for being “silent” on a controversial Minnesota oil pipeline.
The Department of Justice has opened a new position to help the federal branch improve diversity amongst employees in the nation’s top legal department.
Rev. Al Sharpton hit the stage Saturday during a voting rights rally to tell President Biden that supporters of the filibuster are “stabbing” the Black community “in the back.
In a Friday letter to President Biden, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., said that handing over the names of American citizens and Afghan allies to the Taliban was gifting them a “powerful tool in their ongoing ‘revenge killings’.
The United States has fought against the Taliban, al Qaeda, and the Haqqani insurgent groups in Afghanistan for the last two decades, but counter-terrorism experts warn that the imminent threat ISIS-K poses could prove catastrophic.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi urged lawmakers Tuesday not to “unnecessarily divert needed resources” away from evacuees fleeing Afghanistan after two lawmakers departed in secret for Kabul.
Vice President Kamala Harris will be making a campaign pit-stop in California next week to support Gov. Gavin Newsom in his race to overcome the recall election.
The Texas state House formed a quorum Thursday, following a six-week long break in business after more than 50 Democrats fled to Washington, D.C. in an attempt to bar the passage of a controversial voting reform bill.
Former CIA Director and retired Army general David Petraeus called the deteriorating security situation in Afghanistan “disastrous” and “catastrophic” — not only for the U.S. but the world, in a Friday interview.
Assembly members from New York’s leading body investigating the allegations of sexual harassment levied at Gov. Andrew Cuomo pushed back on the decision to suspend impeachment proceedings Friday.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo will vacate office following a nation-gripping sexual harassment scandal, but despite his early resignation, he could still face impeachment.
Ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, on Wednesday requested that the Department of Justice hand over all records relating to a complaint of racial bias levied at David Chipman, President Biden’s nominee for the top job at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF).
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott vowed on Wednesday to take any school or local government that defies his executive order barring mask mandates “to court” after he challenged and Dallas mask order.
The Pentagon on Tuesday released guidelines for how service members could request a religious exemption in lieu of getting the coronavirus vaccine.
Conservative media host Ben Shapiro criticized MSNBC commentator Malcolm Nance for advocating for critical race theory despite having “succeeded in” American society.
White House officials are concerned about the lack of Senate-confirmed appointees under President Biden in comparison to previous administrations, reports said Friday.
Communist China has weaponized American “corporate lust for profits” against the U.S., Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio warned during a public hearing Wednesday.
President Biden warned Friday that increased COVID-related restrictions could again become a possibility as the U.S. sees spiking coronavirus cases nationwide.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned on Wednesday that Afghanistan could become a “pariah state” if a peace deal is not reached between the government and the Taliban.
U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez hit the streets of Cleveland on Saturday in a show of support for Ohio congressional candidate Nina Turner.
The California ninth circuit court on Friday ruled against Gov. Gavin Newsom’s coronavirus lockdown mandates that barred private school children from receiving in-person training.
Georgia Democrat Rep. Hank Johnson was arrested by Capitol police Thursday while protesting Senate “inaction” on voting rights legislation.
Chinese foreign minister Wang Webin criticized the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan during a joint meeting with the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) and called on the Eurasian alliance to “prevent the United States from shirking its responsibility.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell on Wednesday condemned a fiery speech by President Biden as “utter nonsense” for alleging GOP voting reform laws were comparable to the Civil War.
Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan on Wednesday called on state Democratic lawmakers to give up their daily stipend of $221 as they bunker in Washington, D.C. to avoid passing a voting reform bill.
In a late-night announcement Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said the Budget Committee reached an agreement to allot $3.5 trillion for a spending package that would complete President Biden’s infrastructure plan.