The California Department of Justice is investigating an oil leak that sparked fears of an environmental disaster near Huntington Beach, California Attorney General Rob Bonta said on Monday.
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A federal appeals court reinstated Texas’ controversial six-week abortion ban on Friday night, days after a lower court suspended the Republican-backed law.
A federal appeals court in Washington, D.C., ruled Thursday that the Biden administration can resume use of Title 42, a Trump-era public health provision that allows federal officials to rapidly expel migrants who illegally cross the border due to concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a Democrat-backed bill on Friday that will remove the term “alien” to describe migrants in the state’s legal code.
Democratic former Texas congressman Beto O’Rourke ripped the Biden administration’s decision to expel thousands of Haitian refugees in a scathing op-ed on Friday, accusing the president and his advisors of failing to anticipate a crisis that was “years in the making.
The CIA recalled its station chief in Vienna, Austria, amid concerns about mismanagement of suspected cases of the mysterious health issue known as “Havana Syndrome” at the city’s U.S. embassy, a senior U.S. official confirmed to Fox News on Thursday.
Secretary of State Tony Blinken dodged a question Thursday on whether the Biden administration has mismanaged key foreign policy issues in recent months, instead asserting that the international community was overwhelmingly receptive to President Biden’s approach.
FBI Director Christopher Wray said Wednesday that law enforcement officials are concerned Afghanistan could once again serve as a staging ground for terrorist groups following a chaotic U.S. withdrawal from the country.
The Department of Veterans Affairs will unveil plans Monday to restore full benefits for LGBT service members who left the military with a classification other than honorable discharge due to their sexual orientation, according to a report.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., ensured her political message was in the spotlight Monday during an appearance at the Met Gala in New York.
Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall said Wednesday that he has ordered a review of the military branch’s handling of domestic violence and abuse complaints following the release of a damning report that accused officials of failing to address the crisis.
Alexanda Kotey, a member of the British ISIS terrorist cell known as the “Beatles,” plead guilty in a Virginia federal court on Thursday to various charges related to his role in the kidnapping and eventual murder of four Americans and other foreign nationals in Syria.
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres warned Tuesday of a looming “humanitarian catastrophe” following the U.S. withdrawal and urged the international community to provide aid to support its populace.
President Biden has faced mounting criticism from lawmakers within his own party in recent days as the last U.S. forces depart Afghanistan following a chaotic evacuation mission.
GOP lawmakers demand House consider Afghanistan bill requiring evacuation plan, updates on Americans
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., called Monday for the chamber to return from its recess to consider legislation that would mandate reports on Americans left behind in Afghanistan following President Biden’s decision to stick to an Aug. 31 withdrawal deadline.
Biden vague on Afghanistan endgame after pledging to ‘hunt down’ Kabul terrorists, stick to withdrawal
President Biden’s remarks following deadly terror attacks at Kabul’s airport suggested U.S. activities in Afghanistan could continue beyond the Aug. 31 deadline for a permanent withdrawal of U.S. troops, raising further questions about what the administration sees as the current parameters of its mission.
Top Biden administration officials indicated Tuesday they would soon provide long-awaited details regarding the number of Americans still stranded in Afghanistan amid mounting bipartisan pressure to ensure no American is left behind following the Taliban’s takeover.
Melissa DeRosa, a former top aide to disgraced New York Gov Andrew Cuomo, fired back on Monday night after a reporter made an apparent reference to claims in a damning report compiled by the state attorney general that she attempted to discredit his accusers.
A group of GOP senators called Wednesday for a full accounting of U.S. military equipment that may have fallen into the hands of Taliban militants during the ongoing chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Bing West, a former Defense Department official who participated in the evacuation of Saigon, Vietnam in 1975, said Monday the Pentagon under President Biden is “not trying hard enough” to evacuate refugees attempting to flee Afghanistan as the Taliban retakes power.
President Joe Biden delivered his strongest endorsement to date for embattled Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday, urging Californians to reject an effort to recall the governor in an upcoming special election.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said Tuesday that she will re-implement a statewide indoor mask mandate for all residents regardless of their vaccination status as part of a new effort to combat a surge in COVID-19 cases.
Texas House Democratic lawmakers who fled the state to block consideration of a Republican-backed elections bill have begun returning home this week after a district judge granted a temporary restraining order barring Gov. Greg Abbott from ordering their arrest.
The California Department of Public Health said Thursday it would implement what officials described as a “first in the nation” mandate that health care workers be fully vaccinated by the end of September.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott indicated Wednesday that his office will not impose further lockdown measures or mask mandates in response to surging COVID-19 case rates, one day after President Biden singled out the state out for criticism over its pandemic-related policies.
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.
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.