From a former president to the current one, here are the main active campaigns in a bid for the White House in the 2024 election.
Pence ended September with just $1.18 million cash-on-hand, according to recent filings, and owed $621,000 in debt.
Twenty Republicans voted against Jim Jordan, and some are still upset over Kevin McCarthy's sudden ouster as House speaker two weeks ago.
The president on Thursday will make his fourth in a series of presidential addresses about the state of democracy as he tries to remain in office amid low approval ratings and concern from voters about his age.
The first hearing is a high-stakes opening act for Republicans as they begin a process that can lead to the ultimate penalty for a president, punishment for what the Constitution describes as “high crimes and misdemeanors."
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is a self-described “very amateur guitarist" with three recorded songs on Spotify.
The GOP used a routine oversight hearing on Wednesday to instead grill the attorney general about a special prosecutor's investigation of Hunter Biden.
The two leaders are expected to discuss labor and the environment as the two nations roll out a partnership on workers’ rights.
The proposed short-term bill would keep the government open until late October.
Nine Democratic California lawmakers asked the state’s attorney general on Monday to seek a court opinion on whether former President Donald J. Trump should be excluded from Republican primary ballots under the 14th Amendment for his role in the Capitol Riot.
The U.S. Senate will no longer enforce a dress code for members of the upper house elected by those they serve.
Political ads using artificial intelligence on Google and YouTube must soon be accompanied by a prominent disclosure if imagery or sounds have been synthetically altered.
The filing comes amid a heightened focus on ethics at the high court that stems from a series of reports revealing that Thomas has for years received undisclosed expensive gifts, including international travel.
With Donald Trump absent at the debate, GOP presidential candidates battled one another, with some saying they’d support the former president even if he was convicted.
Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy fired back at his primary rival, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, suggesting he's a "super PAC puppet" after a leaked memo outlined attacks towards the political outsider ahead of next week's GOP debate.
Six university professors and two teachers’ unions are suing Idaho over a law that they say violates their First Amendment rights by criminalizing teaching about pro-abortion viewpoints.
Tennessee Reps. Justin Pearson and Justin Jones advanced through a special election to reclaim their seats. They were members of the “Tennessee Three," a trio of lawmakers who demonstrated in the House calling for action on gun control.
Hunter Biden's associate offered no evidence that the president's role in his son’s work was more than just saying hello during their family calls.
President Biden and former President Trump are tied in a hypothetical 2024 rematch, but each remain unpopular with voters, according to a new poll released this week.
Democrats are pushing for Supreme Court ethics rules amid reports that justices accepted luxury vacations from GOP donors.