The Supreme Court may be poised to take back American women's right to an abortion.
Former President Donald Trump's candidates had mixed success in Republican primaries in West Virginia and Nebraska Tuesday night, underscoring the complicated dynamics between the de facto leader of the GOP and voters who support him but don't always back his candidates.
Grassley releases report on US ambassador to India nominee Eric Garcetti and says he will lift hold on nomination
GOP Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa released a staff report Tuesday concluding that Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, the Biden administration's nominee to be US ambassador to India, "likely knew, or should have known," that his former political adviser Rick Jacobs "was sexually harassing
Former President Donald Trump suffered his first big loss of 2022 in Nebraska on Tuesday night, when his chosen candidate for governor in the Republican primary lost to the state party's choice.
Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters, along with her deputies Belinda Knisley and Julie Fisher, will not be allowed to oversee 2022 elections in the county, a Colorado district judge ruled Tuesday, marking the second time Peters has been removed from the same post.
(Luca Zennaro/Pool Photo via AP)Pope Francis has been hailed as a progressive Catholic, but a closer look at his record suggests otherwise.
ScreenshotTim James is running for governor of Alabama, and he is trying to make a name for himself as the meanest candidate in the field.
A sailor died on Monday following a helicopter landing accident at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story in Virginia Beach, Virginia, according to a statement from the Navy.
The Senate on Tuesday confirmed Lisa Cook to the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, becoming the first African American woman to be a member of the panel.
The US intelligence community believes that China is actively attempting to build a military capable of taking over Taiwan -- even in the face of US support for the island, top US intelligence officials told Congress Tuesday.
The Democratic-led House of Representatives is expected to vote Tuesday evening on a nearly $40 billion bill to deliver aid to Ukraine as it continues to face Russia's brutal assault.
Well, I guess the kidding around is pretty much over.