House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said Monday that lawmakers can cast votes remotely through July 3, extending a controversial provision first put in place in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic.
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The head of the Pennsylvania State Trooper Association called Monday for Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf to issue an apology for remarks he made on police in a recent letter to state employees regarding the Juneteenth holiday.
Republican lawmakers questioned the timing of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s decision to ease indoor mask requirements on Thursday as the Biden administration contends with crises on several fronts.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, stepped up her criticism of the Biden administration’s handling of an escalating military conflict between Israel and Hamas militants Thursday, likening the conditions experienced by Palestinians in the region to conditions experienced by migrant children at the southern border.
Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., warned fellow Republicans on Tuesday that American democracy faces a threat it has “never seen before” in a defiant floor speech on the eve of a vote that is expected to result in her removal from the role of House Republican Conference Chair.
The Trump administration’s Justice Department secretly obtained phone records for three Washington Post reporters who published stories detailing discussions between Russia and members of former President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign, according to a report Friday.
Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte approved legislation Friday barring transgender youth from participating on sports teams that correspond with their gender identity.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell dodged questions Wednesday regarding calls from top Congressional Republicans to replace Rep. Liz Cheney as House GOP conference chair amid her public feud with former President Donald Trump.
Venezuela transferred six American oil executives to house arrest on Friday as the Biden administration mulled next steps in its relationship with Nicolas Maduro’s socialist regime.
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., warned in an interview published Tuesday that a push among Senate Democrats to approve a sweeping overhaul of federal voting laws without bipartisan support would further erode public trust in elections and result in “anarchy.
Louisiana state Sen. Troy Carter will represent the state’s 2nd Congressional District on Capitol Hill following a victory over state Senate colleague Karen Carter Peterson in a special runoff election Saturday.
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler called Friday for the city’s residents to assist authorities in their efforts to “unmask” members of the “self-described anarchist mob” who have engaged in acts of violence and vandalism in recent months.
Democratic Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot drew boos from fans Thursday when they appeared for the Chicago White Sox’s home opener at Guaranteed Rate Field.
GOP Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert suggested Thursday that President Biden was a “tyrant” after he argued the Second Amendment was not “absolute” while unveiling executive actions meant to curb gun violence.
Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg was accused by conservative critics of attempting to stage a photo op on Thursday after a video showed security staffers unloading his bike from an SUV near the White House.
Former President Donald Trump and former First Lady Melania Trump launched a website Monday in what his office described as a bid to stay in touch with supporters and coordinate future appearances.
Top advisors to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo threatened to fine or revoke the licenses of nursing home administrators for alleged malpractice regarding COVID-19 vaccinations based on data that, officials claim, turned out to be inaccurate, according to a report on Monday.
President Biden referenced “cheat sheets” detailing key policy points and the identities of attending journalists when he conducted the first formal press conference of his presidency on Thursday.
House Reps. Joaquin Castro of Texas and Ilhan Omar of Minnesota will join a group of Democrats set to observe conditions at an immigration facility for unaccompanied migrant children later this week amid concerns about a mounting crisis at the southern border.
Republican Montana Rep. Matt Rosendale demanded Friday night that the Biden administration clarify a report that officials could move to fly migrants to states near the Canadian border amid a record surge that has overwhelmed facilities at the southern border.
Two former staffers provided new details on their unsettling experiences with embattled New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, accusing the Democratic leader of creating a toxic workplace for female employees and personally engaging in inappropriate behavior.
A Corpus Christi resident filed suit against the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) on Friday, alleging the power grid operator should be held liable after failing to adequately prepare for winter conditions that left state residents without power in recent days.
An Indiana businessman is poking fun at Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, posting a digital billboard near the states’ border that refers to the Democratic governor as the 2020 “Indiana Business Person of the Year.
New York City mayoral candidate Andrew Yang faced a social media backlash Friday after he wrote a column in which he likened the pro-Palestine BDS movement to Nazi boycotts of Jewish businesses.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blasted “wokeness” during a Monday speech in which he defended recent changes at government-funded international broadcaster Voice of America
Trump says he’ll campaign against Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, warns Dem Senate victory would lead to socialism
In final rally, Trump said Georgia’s Democratic Senate runoff candidates want to “turn America into Venezuela.
Thune drew Trump’s ire in recent days after he criticized the president’s bid to challenge the results of the 2020 presidential election.
Sen. Hawley pledged earlier this week to challenge Biden’s victory in Pennsylvania and other battleground states.
Biden’s voice was slightly hoarse during the address, which took place shortly after he surpassed the 270-vote threshold required to win the White House.