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The Biden administration announced a plan Friday to identify “seven focus areas to comprehensively advance equity” within the Department of Homeland Security.
Brooklyn shooting: AOC, other New York Democrats slammed 2019 proposal to put more MTA cops in NYC subways
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, D-N.Y., along with other members of Congress from New York, voiced their opposition to a 2019 proposal which would have placed 500 additional Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) officers in New York City subways.
Psaki claims COVID exposed Harris wore mask inside before Jackson ceremony but video shows otherwise
A new video conflicts with statements made by Jen Psaki that Kamala Harris wore a face mask “before they went out” to the Rose Garden to celebrate the confirmation of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court.
The Idaho Supreme Court has temporarily blocked a new law in the state that would prohibit abortions after six weeks of pregnancy from going into effect later this month.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said Wednesday that he will send illegal immigrants who are “dumped” into the Sunshine State to sanctuary states like President Biden’s home state of Delaware, which he represented for more than 35 years in the U.S. Senate.
The Walt Disney Company has announced Kristina Schake, who President Biden tapped to head his COVID-19 vaccine education efforts, will serve as Executive Vice President of Global Communications.
Former President Obama stole the show on Tuesday when he returned to the White House for the first time in more than five years for an event commemorating the 12th anniversary of the Affordable Care Act.
Chicago Democrat Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced Thursday a program from the city that will provide $12.5 million worth of “transportation relief” to low-income residents in the city in an effort to combat rising gas prices.
Arizona family pushes ‘Right to Try 2.0’ after being forced to travel to Italy for medical treatment
An Arizona family is pushing for a proposed “right to try 2.0” law from the Goldwater Institute after they were forced to raise thousands of dollars and temporarily move to Italy to receive medical treatment for their 2-year-old daughter who has a rare genetic disease.
The Utah Legislature voted Friday to override Republican Gov. Spencer Cox’s veto of a measure that would prevent transgender girls from participating in female sports in schools across the state.
Senate Democrats on Friday called for Clarence Thomas to recuse himself from any case related to the events of Jan. 6 after it was revealed that his wife sent text messages to then-White House chief of staff Mark Meadows about the 2020 election.
Biden admin opposed Nord Stream 2 sanctions in January, claimed they were key to deterring Russian aggression
The State Department refused to support a GOP-led measure which would have imposed immediate Nord Stream 2 sanctions, writing in a January memo that President Biden’s threat of sanctions on Russia was key to deterring Russian President Vladimir Putin’s actions.
South Dakota Republican Gov. Kristi Noem on Tuesday signed legislation that repeals all concealed carry permit fees in the state.
Indiana Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb vetoed a bill that would have barred transgender females from playing on female sports teams, claiming the measure did not go far enough in establishing a clear statewide policy for “fairness in K-12 sports in Indiana.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, warned Americans this week that they could soon face additional COVID-19 lockdown measures should a new strain of the virus cause case numbers to increase.
Psaki seeks to quash questions about Russia and China ‘conflicts of interest’ related to Hunter Biden
White House press secretary Jen Psaki attempted to dismiss a reporter’s question Friday when he asked about the “conflicts of interest” the Biden administration faces “when it comes to sanctioning people who have done business with” the Biden family.
A top aide to Vice President Kamala Harris will leave her role to take on a new position at the Defense Department, continuing a pattern of departures from Harris’ office in recent months.
Vice President Kamala Harris said in a now-deleted tweet Tuesday that the United States is supporting Ukraine “in defense of the NATO alliance,” which the Ukraine is not a part of.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton vowed to appeal a Friday evening ruling from a judge that prevents gender-affirming care to children in the state from being investigated as child abuse.
A U.S. official has ended the prison sentence of a former Baltimore resident who confessed to becoming an al Qaeda courier, the Department of Defense announced Friday.
President Biden traveled to Philadelphia Friday, where he toured Luis Munoz Marin Elementary School and spoke with students, one of whom expressed gratitude for the return of in-person learning and physical interaction with her friends.
House Energy and Commerce committee Republicans are calling on certain environmental groups to disclose their ties to a non-governmental organization which is, according to the committee, reportedly used by Russian President Vladimir Putin to make an impact on American energy production.
A bipartisan congressional delegation traveled to Poland this weekend where they met with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and were given a firsthand look at the crisis unfolding in Europe as Ukrainians flee from their country.
Vice President Kamala Harris will travel to Europe next week to meet with leaders of Poland and Romania amid Russia’s war with Ukraine, offering support for neighboring countries handling the influx of “refugees fleeing violence.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Friday touted the “brilliance” of President Biden’s response to a Russian invasion in Ukraine, telling reporters that his experience in government has helped him to understand “the arena.
Texas college and university professors may soon lose tenure if they teach critical race theory (CRT) in their classrooms, according to the Lone Star state’s lieutenant governor, who has vowed action by the state.