Two children of California Gov. Gavin Newsom have tested positive for the coronavirus and will be quarantined, the governor’s office said Friday, according to reports.
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The website of the Texas Republican Party was hacked Saturday by a group that claimed to be protesting the state’s newly enacted abortion law, according to reports.
Portland protests: Slain Trump supporter Aaron Danielson’s estate files $13M lawsuit against city, mayor, DA
The estate of Aaron “Jay” Danielson, a 39-year-old supporter of former President Donald Trump who was fatally shot by an Antifa backer in Portland, Oregon, last year, filed a $13 million federal lawsuit Friday against the city, its mayor and the county district attorney, according to a report.
Pelosi deserves $200M for San Francisco park, Dem says: ‘She does more for America’ than others in Congress
House Republicans tried in vain Thursday to block a proposed $200 million allotment for improvements to a park in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco district.
President Biden on Wednesday disclosed the names of eight judicial nominees, including three picks for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
Vice President Kamala Harris was on mostly friendly ground in her native California on Wednesday as she campaigned for embattled Gov. Gavin Newsom, who faces a recall election next week. But that didn’t mean Harris fully escaped any criticism of her time in office.
A proposed redrawing of Colorado’s congressional districts places the residence of Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert within the district of a Democratic congressman, according to reports.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi traveled to Texas this week to tout health care aspects of the Biden administration’s “Build Back Better” agenda – but Republicans said her timing was all wrong.
With U.S. military involvement in Afghanistan lasting two decades, four presidents share at least some portion of the blame for last week’s deadly Kabul disaster, a retired Army general says.
President Biden on Wednesday heard from two Democratic U.S. House members – each with defense experience – who seek an extension of Biden’s Aug. 31 Afghanistan withdrawal deadline.
Vice President Kamala Harris landed in Singapore on Sunday as she begins a visit to Southeast Asia that will also include a stop in Vietnam.
As many as 15,000 American citizens may remain inside Afghanistan, struggling to get out, days after the Asian nation fell to control of Taliban terrorists, President Biden said Wednesday.
Kamala Harris’ planned trip to Vietnam next week comes as the current crisis in Afghanistan has drawn comparisons to the fall of Saigon in the 1970s.
A California city councilman and five other people are facing election fraud charges following a June vote-by-mail runoff in which the councilman won re-election by one vote.
New Mexico plans to use as much as $5 million in federal coronavirus relief funds to boost the pay of chile pepper pickers and processors to $19.50 an hour, according to reports.
Outraged and frightened over a recent spike in violent crime, community leaders in Oakland, California, on Tuesday called for more action from Gov. Gavin Newsom.
An October 2019 “attestation” form, which claims New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo underwent workplace harassment training himself, includes the handwritten name “Andrew Cuomo” and a scrawled signature at bottom – both written by an aide, not Cuomo, a report says.
New York City mayoral candidate Curtis Sliwa plans to lead a protest Wednesday morning outside the Midtown Manhattan office of embattled New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
The reelection campaign of Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is warning in a new fundraising letter that the Democrat faces a 2022 challenge from Republican Betsy DeVos, who served as U.S. education secretary under former President Trump.
As a group of runaway Texas Democrats continued their stay in Washington, D.C., they reportedly received a video pep talk from Democratic activist Stacey Abrams on Thursday – and also reportedly met with Bill and Hillary Clinton.
U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, a Texas Democrat who has served in Congress since 1995, was taken into custody Thursday during a voting-rights protest in Washington, D.C.
A town in New Jersey has decided to end its effort to have a resident remove various anti-Biden signs from her property, including several that contain profanity.
David Lust, a former Republican state lawmaker in South Dakota who served four years as the state GOP’s majority leader, died suddenly Friday, according to reports.
A group of Texas Democrats staying in Washington, D.C., after leaving the Lone Star State earlier this month will receive about $600,000 to help finance the trip, former U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke said Thursday.
GOP Rep. Malliotakis slams Dems over NYC’s rampant street prostitution: ‘Their idea of job creation?’
A Republican congresswoman slammed New York’s Democratic leadership Friday following a newspaper’s report about seemingly rampant street prostitution in the city’s Brooklyn borough.
U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene drew loud cheers from a crowd in Ohio on Saturday night when she directed some barbs at a House colleague, U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
A school board member in New Jersey has received a “no confidence” vote from colleagues despite his apology for referring to Vice President Kamala Harris as a “street walker,” according to reports.
U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez lashed out on Twitter on Thursday in reaction to President Biden’s announcement of a $1.2 trillion infrastructure deal reached with a bipartisan group of 21 U.S. senators.
Curtis Sliwa, long known in New York City as founder of the Guardian Angels anti-crime group, scored a big victory Tuesday night in the city’s Republican mayoral primary.