The Biden administration this week announced two new steps aimed at placing more Americans into high-quality jobs, dedicating $500 million toward workforce training and unveiling a new toolkit focused on helping employers hire and retain qualified workers.
Pennsylvania Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman will make his full return to the trail on August 12 with a rally in Erie, his first full campaign event since suffering a stroke in May.
Trevor Reed, a US citizen freed earlier this year after being detained in Russia for nearly three years, said Friday that Brittney Griner's sentence by a Russian court is "clearly political."
Two people are dead and two are injured following a lightning strike across the street from the White House Thursday night.
A US Air Force technical sergeant has been charged in connection with an attack in April at a US military base in northern Syria that injured four US service members, according to an Air Force statement.
The White House summoned Chinese Ambassador to the US Qin Gang on Thursday to condemn China's "irresponsible" military activities near Taiwan, Nation Security Council coordinator for strategic communications John Kirby told CNN.
When a bipartisan group of lawmakers visited the Ukraine border in March, an unexpected guest showed up on the trip: GOP Rep. Victoria Spartz of Indiana.
A 74-year-old Long Island man has been sentenced to 30 months in federal prison for sending threatening letters to LGBTQ groups and the organizers of Pride events. Since 2013, Robert Fehring, a retired teacher, sent 65 anonymous letters threatening to bomb events like Pride parades,
Florida’s anti-LGBTQ Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) has suspended Andrew Warren, the elected Democratic state attorney for Hillsborough County, after Warren pledged not to enforce laws prohibiting gender-affirming care for transgender youth and prosecuting people who aid, abet, or receive an abortion. DeSantis said that, in
Cheney says DOJ not prosecuting Trump if there’s evidence could call into question the US as ‘nation of laws’
Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney said if the Justice Department does not prosecute former President Donald Trump for his role in the insurrection at the US Capitol and "the facts and the evidence are there," the decision could call into question whether the United States
Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles will win the Republican nomination in Tennessee's 5th Congressional District, CNN projects.
Liz Cheney has posed the question with which America may have to wrestle for months to come: if there is evidence that ex-President Donald Trump committed crimes in seeking to overturn the 2020 election, what message will it send if he's not charged?
Four people are in critical condition following a lightning strike across the street from the White House.
Republicans in Arizona have chosen Kari Lake, the former television journalist who has become a leading voice behind former President Donald Trump's lies about election fraud, as their nominee for governor, CNN projects.
Sinema says she will ‘move forward’ on economic bill, putting Biden’s agenda on the cusp of Senate approval
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema on Thursday night offered critical support for President Joe Biden's domestic agenda after party leaders agreed to change new tax proposals at her request, indicating she would "move forward" on Democrats' sweeping economic package that has been the product of intensive
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday suspended Tampa's elected prosecutor, Andrew Warren, for pledging not to use his office to go after people who seek and provide abortions or on doctors that provide gender affirming care to transgender people.
Democrats' push to advance their energy and health care bill is likely headed for a procedural speed bump known in Washington as a "vote-a-rama."