President Biden shot down calls to abolish the filibuster to clear the way for passage of the sweeping Democrat-backed elections overhaul, arguing that any effort to end use of the tactic despite a GOP outcry would jeopardize his entire legislative agenda.
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Conservative talk radio host Larry Elder told Fox News on Wednesday that California Gov. Gavin Newsom and his Democratic allies are “scared to death” after a judge overturned the state’s bid to block Elder’s name from appearing on the ballot in an upcoming recall election.
California Gov hopeful Faulconer sues over ballot designation, accuses state Dem party of hiding information
Republican California gubernatorial candidate Kevin Faulconer’s team accused state Democrats of attempting to “hide important ballot information” on Tuesday after California Secretary of State Shirley Weber blocked use of his preferred ballot designation in the upcoming recall election.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis stepped up his criticism of President Biden’s immigration policy on Monday, warning that law enforcement personnel informed him that many migrants they encountered at the border were bound for his home state.
Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, a prominent ally of former President Donald Trump, is one of a handful of GOP lawmakers set to be appointed to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s select committee to investigate the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
Rep. Lisa McClain, R-Mich., and more than 40 other GOP House lawmakers will introduce a resolution expressing support for the Department of Homeland Security and federal law enforcement agencies following calls among progressive Democrats to cut their funding.
Rep. Mark Green, R-Tenn., called this week for U.S. Air Force Academy professor Lynne Chandler Garcia to be fired after she publicly advocated for military academies to teach critical race theory to incoming cadets.
As Vice President Kamala Harris contends with intense scrutiny over her handling of the border crisis and other key issues, members of her staff are experiencing low morale and struggling to communicate with top staffers, according to multiple reports on Wednesday.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., poked fun at Republican Sen. Thom Tillis on Monday after he revealed he named his dog after former President Theodore Roosevelt, the onetime founder of the Progressive Party.
A watchdog group is calling this week for federal prosecutors to investigate allegations that Tracy Stone-Manning, President Biden’s nominee to lead the Bureau of Land Management, may have made false statements to Congress regarding a tree spiking plot during her confirmation process.
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts said he will send a group of state troopers to Texas later this month to assist local authorities with border security amid an ongoing immigration crisis.
Sen. Blackburn slams Fauci over COVID-19 lab leak theory dismissal, says he ‘shielded’ China from scrutiny
Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., accused Dr. Anthony Fauci of attempting to deflect criticism of his initial handling of the COVID-19 lab leak theory on Monday following a fiery interview in which he accused his detractors of being “anti-science.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott vetoed a portion of the state budget that funds the legislative branch on Friday, following through on a threat he made last month after Democratic lawmakers blocked a vote on a GOP-backed election bill.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis claimed victory Friday after a federal judge granted a preliminary injunction against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s “conditional sailing order” that halted cruise line operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New York City Democratic mayoral frontrunners Eric Adams and Andrew Yang clashed over a key police endorsement on Wednesday night during a heated final debate that focused heavily on the city’s escalating violent crime crisis.
Senate lawmakers approved a bill Tuesday that would establish Juneteenth as a federal holiday after Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., said he would drop his objection to the measure.
UCLA hosts Black Lives Matter co-founder for commencement keynote after she called for ‘end’ to Israel
The dean of UCLA’s Luskin School of Public Affairs confirmed Thursday that Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors will deliver a commencement address at a June 11 graduation ceremony amid scrutiny of her past critical remarks concerning Israel.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said Thursday he will soon unveil plans for the construction of a wall along the state’s shared border with Mexico as part of a slew of actions meant to address an ongoing immigration crisis.
A highly anticipated report detailing the US intelligence community’s knowledge of UFOs will reveal that officials still cannot explain the movement of the mysterious objects, but have found no evidence they are alien spacecraft, according to a report Thursday.
New York City mayoral candidate Andrew Yang broke with other contenders during a heated debate on Wednesday night, acknowledging that he would welcome support from embattled current mayor Bill de Blasio and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in the city’s upcoming Democratic primary.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said Monday that he would veto the portion of the state budget that funds the legislative branch, one day after Democratic lawmakers blocked a Republican-backed election security bill in the House.
Republican Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas and Bill Hagerty of Tennessee traveled to Israel on Sunday to survey the damage stemming from the country’s recent military clashes with Hamas.
Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, said Sunday that COVID-19 “more likely than not” emerged because of a lab accident and accused Chinese officials of attempting to cover up the pandemic’s origins.
Democratic Caucus Chair Hakeem Jeffries indicated Sunday intends to move forward with efforts to investigate the Jan. 6 Capitol riot after Senate Republicans blocked consideration of a bill that would have established a bipartisan commission to examine the incident.
Idaho Gov. Brad Little rescinded Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin’s executive order banning mask mandates on Friday, referring to his political rival’s surprise action as a “self-serving political stunt.
Biden paid ‘cost of admission’ for Putin summit by waiving Nord Stream pipeline sanctions: Rep. McCaul
Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, stepped up his criticism of President Biden’s decision to lift sanctions on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline on Wednesday, arguing the move was the “cost of admission” for the White House’s upcoming meeting with Russian President Vladmir Putin.
Democratic Socialist Bernie Sanders has a long list of diva demands when it comes to his travel: Book
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., made frequent use of charter flights and laid out specific demands to staffers regarding his air travel and hotel accommodations while running for president, according to an excerpt from new book detailing Democratic presidential campaigns ahead of the 2020 election.
President Biden demanded the release of Belarusian opposition journalist Raman Pratasevich on Monday after he was arrested following a forced diversion of his Ryanair flight from Greece to Lithuania.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis took a sarcastic jab at social media platforms on Monday, asking if Dr. Anthony Fauci should be deplatformed after he said earlier this month he was “not convinced” that COVID-19 developed naturally.
A group of 19 Senate Republican lawmakers led by Sen. Rick Scott of Florida unveiled a Monday affirming US support for Israel amid an escalating conflict with Hamas militants.