House Democrats’ plan to pay for their $3.5 trillion expansion of the federal safety net violates President Biden’s pledge not to raise taxes on individuals making less than $400,000 annually.
Republican nominee Glenn Youngkin’s path to victory over former Gov. Terry McAuliffe in the Virginia gubernatorial race could come down to grocery bills, according to one of the more iconic figures of the state’s GOP politics.
President Biden signed an executive order Friday authorizing the Treasury and State departments to sanction government officials involved in the ongoing conflict in Ethiopia amid reports of atrocities in the country’s Tigray region.
The owner of seafood and ice-processing companies on Maryland’s Eastern Shore pleaded guilty this week to employing at least 89 illegal immigrant workers and also abusing the system for guest-workers, undercutting Americans’ wages.
Senior Trump administration officials voiced concern and surprise this week over telephone calls to a Chinese military leader by Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark A. Milley before and after the 2020 presidential election.
With the last U.S. troops now gone from Afghanistan, soon those left to the Taliban’s oppressive rule will fade from the news cycle and be largely forgotten about.
The whole problem with socialism is that it’s like sharing a banana with a gorilla. You never get a bite of the banana. And you will probably get mauled anyway.
President Biden is preparing to host the first-ever in-person summit of leaders from the so-called “Quad” countries — the U.S., India, Japan and Australia — in a sign of growing momentum behind what began as a Trump-era push to rally Asia’s most powerful democracies into a more formal grouping to confront and contain communist China.
If the Pentagon gave out medals for dodging incoming artillery from Congress, Gen. Mark Milley, the embattled Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, would have several more to add to his uniform.