Adam Schultz/White HousePresident Biden and Attorney General Merrick Garland could consider taking legal action, the White House stated. But they're not announcing any decisions - yet.
The highest-ranking Black lawmaker in Congress and a top Black state leader took aim Sunday at nation-wide Republican efforts to restrict voting access as a move that will suppress minority voting and imperil democracy in America.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Sunday defended the Biden administration's broad definition of infrastructure in the American Jobs Plan, saying President Joe Biden is still aiming for Republican support for the plan while looking for progress on it by Memorial
In the week before last November's general election, Iowa progressive activist Mitch Henry scoured neighborhoods on the east and south sides of Des Moines, in search of fellow Latino voters who had not yet returned their absentee ballots.
‘We cannot go back to normal’: Boston’s Mayor Kim Janey sees a mandate for racial equity in post-Covid era
For 200 years, Boston has been led by an unbroken string of White men -- until now. Kim Janey, a Black woman who traces her roots in the city back generations, and even further to ancestors who fled slavery in
There have been numerous stories in recent days about problems with the supply chain as the economy starts back up after last year's unprecedented shutdowns.
With sweeping economic recovery plans, President Joe Biden seeks his own legacy like the New Deal or Great Society. But he's also bolstering Barack Obama's.
Amid an alarming surge in Covid-19 cases in Michigan, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's Friday appeal to her state's residents to voluntarily take a two-week pause on indoor dining and gatherings was a sobering message and a reality check for Americans who
ScreenshotHe's talking about the boats, everyone. Boats.
Screenshot/YouTubeThe company will give you back the original purchase price. The internet will give you at least double that.
Former President Donald Trump repeated familiar lies about the 2020 election and insulted Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell Saturday when speaking to Republican National Committee donors gathered for the first time since Trump's defeat, a person in the room told
Pence has complained about backlash he's gotten for his anti-LGBTQ associations before. Hiring an old friend who just happens to run an anti-LGBTQ hate group certainly won't help.
U.S. SenateManchin, along with out senator Kyrsten Sinema, not only thinks bipartisanship is possible, but that Republicans are going to defect from the party line to collaborate on Biden's agenda. Have they not seen Charlie Brown?