A U.S. civilian contractor died Wednesday after at least 10 rockets were fired at a military base in western Iraq that houses U.S. troops.
The House of Representatives canceled votes Thursday amid security threats aimed at the Capitol, House leadership abruptly announced Wednesday evening.
President Biden’s decision to stop border wall construction forced crews to put down tools and walk away in the middle of work — and left the border less secure than ever in some places, according to an Arizona sheriff whose county covers 83 miles of the boundary.
Like many things tried by the federal government, the Affordable Care Act has been a failure.
President Biden urged congressional Democrats on Wednesday to bring the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package across the finish line, saying it’s important for restoring Americans’ faith in government and as a “show of strength” for his administration and the Democratic majorities in Congress.
So-called woke capitalism isn’t slowing down — it’s accelerating at a pace few could have predicted after last summer’s Black Lives Matter movement.
Since New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s former employee Lindsey Boylan’s essay detailing allegations of sexual harassment was published last week, there has been a slew of new accusations.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said members of Congress are being subjected to “voter suppression” because of new security measures put in place after the U.S. Capitol was attacked.
The U.S. Capitol Police said Wednesday that it has uncovered a possible plot by a militia group to breach the Capitol on March 4, the date QAnon conspiracy theorists believe former President Donald Trump will return to power.