Democrats want to add more taxpayer dollars to a fund for modernizing the federal government’s technology systems despite more than $750 million still unspent in the fund.
The elementary school massacre in Uvalde, Texas, has the National Rifle Association under siege as it convenes its annual meeting Friday just a few hundred miles away in Houston.
The World Economic Forum continues through Thursday in Davos, Switzerland, drawing a cross section of high-profile folk who range from Al Gore, John Kerry and Bill Gates to 50 heads of state and an astronaut circling the Earth aboard the International Space Station.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams pressed the Senate and federal courts to think differently about gun laws in the wake of the Texas school shooting that killed at least 19 children and two adults.
Former President Barack Obama led a chorus of Democrats Tuesday lashing out at the “gun lobby” and their political allies in Washington after an 18-year-old gunman slaughtered 18 children and 2 adults at a Texas grade school.
A Florida Republican is spearheading a political action committee to send more blue-collar Americans to Congress — not just the lawyers and Ivy Leaguers who currently dominate on Capitol Hill.
Prosecutors with special counsel John Durham’s team rested their case Wednesday against Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann after presenting the jury with the strongest evidence yet that he lied to the FBI.
A former high-ranking Army officer who House Speaker Nancy Pelosi commissioned to lead the security review at the U.S. Capitol after the 2021 riot has called for a “major protest” at the National Rifle Association’s annual meeting this week in Houston.
Migrant groups are protesting a judge’s order that kept Title 42 in place despite President Biden’s attempt to end the pandemic-era measure that turned away many people at the border.