President Biden on Thursday formally announced the retirement of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, hailing the liberal justice as a “model public servant,” whose opinions benefited the American people.
The House Democrats’ campaign arm expanded its list of vulnerable House lawmakers Thursday, adding some members from districts that could President Biden easily carried in 2020.
Sen. Joe Manchin III on Thursday said he was open to replacing retiring Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer with a liberal jurist, provided the nominee was committed to the rule of law.
The father of a Virginia journalist fatally shot during a live broadcast in 2015 announced his bid for Congress on Thursday.
An antitrust crackdown on tech faces hurdles before becoming law, including overcoming potential conflicts of interest pitting lawmakers’ personal finances at odds with the legislative proposals.
The Republican National Committee is trying to forge inroads with Black, Hispanic and Asian Americans through a network of community centers across the country.
President Biden said Thursday a record 14.5 million people signed up for private health insurance during Obamacare’s open enrollment season for the coming year, after Democrats used a coronavirus-relief package to increase subsidies to cut the cost of premiums.
Republicans are poised to make gains in state legislatures as voters seek a bulwark against Biden administration policies in battleground states, according to a GOP poll released Thursday.
Sen. Mitt Romney will join Rep. Liz Cheney at a fundraising reception for the Wyoming GOP congresswoman in March, according to an invitation obtained by The Washington Times.