Ten GOP lawmakers voted to impeach Trump on Jan. 6, which could lead to consequences for them down the line
On the menu today: the death tax’s (possible) new scythe, vaccines and the EU’s lethal central-planning fail, Merkel/Brezhnev, credit-market Jenga,
Tuesday on the NewsHour, an unprecedented security apparatus is now in place in Washington as at least a dozen National
Over 400,000 Americans have died of COVID-19 as of Tuesday, one day before Joe Biden’s inauguration as president.
Reading Time: 4 minutes President-elect Joe Biden finalized his Cabinet picks on Thursday, naming US Appeals Court Judge Merrick Garland
Reading Time: 17 minutes NEWS ANALYSIS The final countdown has begun, but the military is worried about what Donald Trump
The land swap deal between the U.S. government and British-Australian corporate mining giant Rio Tinto and its subsidiary, Resolution Copper,
The irony of the Squad’s fame contributing to Democrats’ losses is that their party’s weakness now empowers them even more.
Defense Department officials did not reveal what unit the Guard members serve in or to what fringe groups they belong.
On the campaign trail, Biden repeatedly promised that immigration reform would come on day one of his administration.
It’s hard to argue that this hike has more than a tangential relationship to the problems caused by the pandemic.
On the menu today: Biden’s economic plan, Yellen’s debt dilemma, and deficits in a zero-interest-rate world.
Monday on the NewsHour, tensions remain high nationwide ahead of the presidential transfer of power amid threats of violence and
Guatemala has deemed the attempted crossing illegal.
Dustin Higgs, an African American man from Poughkeepsie, New York, became the thirteenth federal inmate to meet his end at
Barr resigned later that month, amid reported tensions with Trump after the attorney general refused to publicly endorse claims of
The order is one of the last of Trump’s presidency, with Joe Biden set to be sworn into office on
Representative Steve Cohen (D., Tenn.) suggested on Monday that Trump-supporting National Guardsmen should be vetted as potential security threats.
Reading Time: 6 minutes ANALYSIS January 6, the day the Capitol building was sacked by Visigoths, happens to be the
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Hacker Who Archived Parler Explains How They Did It (Judy) From Vice: “With Twitter’s permanent
Russian security forces detained Navalny on Sunday immediately upon his return to Moscow.
And how support for a Jewish state is eminently compatible with American patriotism.
Given Democrats’ razor-thin lead in Congress, Biden will probably resort to the ‘presidential pen’ approach.
On this edition for Sunday, January 17, state capitals on high alert for potential protests and violence ahead of the
Reading Time: 3 minutes While Donald Trump was preparing to scuttle out of Washington a few hours before Joe Biden’s
Governor Gavin Newsom is expected to appoint California secretary of state Alex Padilla to serve out the last two years
The Wyoming Republican undertook a stunning act of political courage last week.
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Here’s a technology designed to rehumanize us, putting mankind’s brilliance and ingenuity in service to our gentler side.
An inventory of the beneficial and the regretful.
On this edition for Saturday, January 16, state capitals brace for more potential protests in the lead-up to Biden’s inauguration,
‘This isn’t about, anymore, the Electoral College, this is about the future of the party,’ the Kentucky senator cautioned.
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His resignation will take effect on January 20, the same day that Joe Biden will be sworn in as president.
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The Capitol riot was a wake-up call: We must stop forsaking the virtues of republicanism and demand sound judgment from
There must be accountability, and that cause would not be served by a raft of acquittals.
Reps. Nancy Mace (R-S.C.), Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.) and Charlie Crist (D-Fla.) introduced the measure, saying Goodman deserves Congress’ highest civilian honor after
Superior Court Judge Hayden Zacky ruled that it was “not in the interest of justice” to dismiss the special circumstance
Deputies said they located a loaded gun in the man’s pocket and inside the Tahoe they found a backpack containing
Biden’s grand plan, China’s grand plan, the regulators’ grand plans, and more.
The Republican Accountability Project hopes to raise $50 million to support lawmakers who voted for impeachment.
Friday on the NewsHour, extraordinary security measures are put in place amid nationwide threats of violence as the presidential transfer
The gun rights advocacy group said that the move to Texas will enable it to ‘exit what it believes is
The senator’s comments come after the Department of Justice said that the rioters had the intent to ‘capture and assassinate
With just days left in office, the Trump administration has blacklisted an additional nine Chinese companies, adding them to a
Several major corporations rethinking corporate PAC spending after violent attacks on the U.S. Capitol have a history with “dark money.”
In an appearance on CNN, attorney Albert Watkins said his client ‘felt like he was answering the call of our
Reading Time: 4 minutes First, the bad news: There are new variants of the coronavirus. But, good news: The new
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