A federal judge ruled Wednesday that he would not halt an effort by the Trump administration to restrict Central American migrants’ ability to apply for asylum in the U.S.
When it comes to elections, swing states are always crucial, but in 2020, this blue state could be turning red for Trump
In his opening statement before the House Judiciary Committee Wednesday morning, special counsel Robert Mueller again stated that he would not comment on aspects of his investigation into Russian election interference that were not included in his final report, and noted that it is “unusual” to compel a prosecutor to testify about an investigation
Joe Biden said the White House under President Barack Obama, when Biden was vice president, did not do enough to address the concerns of white working-class voters in the Rust Belt.
The conventional wisdom among Washington Republicans is that populist conservative voters no longer care about spending or deficits
Another day, another push for more gun control. Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris (D-Ca) used the seventh anniversary of “the mass shooting at the Aurora movie theater in Colorado” to lament that “Congress hasn’t done enough” on gun control
Acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Matthew Albence told reporters Tuesday that Congress is setting the agency up for failure as it tries to enforce targeted enforcement actions
President Trump asked a federal court Tuesday to take steps to block New York from sharing his tax returns with congressional Democrats, saying a new state law designed to make the information available to Capitol Hill is unconstitutional
Joe Biden struggled to answer whether he could promise the American people that they could keep their doctors under his healthcare proposal
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign will limit the hours staffers will work to 42 or 43 hours a week to ensure employees are paid $15 an hour, according to the Des Moines Register
Chinese government 'is not and never has been a peaceful regime'
President Trump and congressional leaders reached a deal Monday evening to boost spending by hundreds of billions of dollars, while carving out trillions of dollars in new debt space for future borrowing