Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., tied the increase of thefts in New York City to the expiration of the child tax credit at the end of the year, according to an interview published on Monday.
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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., told a Texas crowd Saturday that it is inevitable that Texas will turn blue as she endorsed two candidates for Congress prior to the primary next month.
Two top Democrats in Pennsylvania running for high office said they will miss President Biden during the president’s stop in Pittsburgh on Friday due to scheduling conflicts– just weeks after Stacey Abrams, the Georgia gubernatorial candidate, cited the same reason.
A New York judge on Monday ruled that Gov. Kathy Hochul’s effort to reinstate the state’s mask mandate is unlawful and “therefore void and unenforceable.
The White House on Wednesday clarified President Biden’s position on Ukraine after an earlier press conference caused some confusion.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., took to Twitter Monday to call out two colleagues by name in the Democrat effort to change the Senate’s filibuster rule to pass the party’s voting rights bills.
Lori E. Lightfoot, the Chicago mayor, announced on Twitter late Monday that public school children in the city will be able to return to classes on Wednesday after leaders from the teachers union approved a plan with the district.
Vice President Kamala Harris admitted in an interview on Thursday that there is a “level of malaise” among Americans as the country faces a new surge in COVID-19 cases.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, the Democrat, announced on Wednesday that her office filed an unfair labor practices complaint after the city’s teachers union voted to switch to remote learning due to a surge in COVID-19 cases.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, the Michigan Democrat, was isolating from her husband Tuesday inside their Lansing home after he tested positive for COVID-19.
President Biden’s tough criticism of his predecessor’s effort to make COVID-19 tests available has resurfaced while his own administration faces blowback over test shortages.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said in an interview Monday that it is likely that Republicans will win back the House in 2022, and said if they do, they will probably consider impeaching President Biden.
Cruz accuses Fauci of playing politics with COVID-19 after recent comment about hospitalized children
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and top critic of Dr, Anthony Fauci, took to Twitter late Thursday to accused the top disease doctor of editing his message when it comes to COVID-19 hospitalizations during the Biden administration.
Ron Klain, the White House chief of staff, drew mixed reactions on social media late Sunday night when he retweeted a post that called 2021 not “all bad.
Rep. Pramila Jayapal, the chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, penned an op-ed published on Sunday urging President Biden to use “executive action” to “make clear to those who hinder Build Back Better that the White House and Democrats will deliver for Americans.
President Biden said in an interview Thursday that he would support an exception to the Senate’s filibuster rule when it comes to the wide-ranging election and campaign finance reform bill that passed the Democrat-controlled House earlier this year but hit a roadblock in the Senate.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., kept his annual tradition going this year by releasing his “Festivus Report 2021,” where he airs his grievances about wasteful spending in the federal government, and where the money could have been better spent.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s speech on Monday in San Francisco touting the benefits of the recently passed Infrastructure and Jobs Act was briefly interrupted when someone shouted the now-viral anti-President Biden chant.
Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard, D-Calif., became the latest House Democrat to announce she will not run for reelection in 2022, as the party works to keep its slim majority.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi may have an ambitious New Year’s resolution: revive President Biden’s Build Back Better plan that was dealt a major blow on Sunday after Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., announced on “Fox News Sunday” that he is a “no” on the social spending bill.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday approved the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act that comes with a price tag of about $770 billion and the objective of countering Russia and China.
China appears to be eyeing its first permanent military base on the shores of Africa’s Atlantic coast, and Washington – not keen on the idea – has already started a diplomatic effort to put the kibosh on any plans, a report said.
The Democratic leader of the Kansas House of Representatives called on Rep. Aaron Coleman to step down after his colleague’s arrest Saturday for allegedly driving under the influence.
The Biden administration on Friday is expected to propose a rule that aims to reinstate the ban on roads in about half of Alaska’s Tongass National Forest that some state leaders say will hurt economic growth, according to a report.
Rep. Lauren Boebert, the Colorado Republican, took to Twitter on Thursday to apparently show her idea of the new fashion trend sweeping across Washington, D.C., after this week’s elections.
Steve Marshall, Alabama’s district attorney, announced on Twitter Monday that he filed a lawsuit to block a key part of President Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate he called “flagrantly unconstitutional.
President Biden on Tuesday was mocked by critics on social media after briefly stumbling through a line during an Arlington, Virginia, campaign event for fellow Democrat Terry McAuliffe, who is in a tough gubernatorial race in the state.
Virginia gubernatorial hopeful Terry McAuliffe went viral Tuesday night after he broke out dancing at the end of an outdoor Arlington rally that included President Biden.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., said in an interview that aired Sunday night that Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top disease specialist in the U.S., should be fired after last week’s revelation that the National Institutes of Health funded gain-of-function research on the coronavirus.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken was criticized late Tuesday after a video emerged of him at a press conference in Ecuador calling a record number of drug seizures in the country a “good news, bad news” story.