Former Trump Aide Dan Scavino Tried And Failed To Anonymously Fight A Subpoena For His Phone Records
Scavino filed the lawsuit under his name after a judge rejected his bid to only be known as “Plaintiff.”
Progressives Are Betting That The Uncertain FBI Activity Around Rep. Henry Cuellar Could Help Push Him Out Of Office
Progressives are hopeful that Jessica Cisneros can beat Rep. Henry Cuellar in a rematch after the flurry of activity this week.
“It should not take a call to a congressperson for a child with blood clots in the brain or [a] tangled spinal cord to be considered urgent humanitarian circumstances,” one attorney said.
“There’s just anxiety that we’re not going to be able to do what we say,” said the chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality.
Democrats In Wisconsin Are Figuring Out How They Should Campaign Against One Of The Senate’s Biggest Conspiracy Theorists
The race offers Democrats a high-profile test at how forcefully they should counter conspiracy theories promoted by candidates like Johnson.
House members pushed back on crypto CEOs' assertion that bitcoin's energy consumption is actually a "feature not a bug."
The Colorado Republican left the visitors “confused” after a short encounter.
Senate Democrats were not able to vote together to change the filibuster for the bill, stalling a core Democratic campaign promise.
The Supreme Court Rejected Trump's Last-Ditch Effort To Stop The Jan. 6 Committee From Getting His Records
Only Justice Clarence Thomas made clear that he would have intervened on Trump’s behalf.
“What are they for? Name me one thing they’re for,” Biden said on Wednesday.
A common theme popping up in violations among those on pretrial release has come from defendants who are reluctant to give up access to firearms.
The committee is also looking to speak with Jenna Ellis, Sidney Powell, and Boris Epshteyn.
House and Senate races can be overturned by a majority vote. In an era of lies about stolen elections, that can get messy fast.
Two Days After Calling For Voting Rights Reform From Georgia, Biden Said Democrats Have “Missed This Time”
“I hope we can get this done, but the honest to god answer is I don’t know,” Biden said.
The Supreme Court Blocked A Vaccine Mandate For Private Companies, But Allowed One For Healthcare Workers
The court ruled that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration was empowered to "set workplace safety standards, not broad public health measures."
The case against Rhodes and 10 others is the first sedition case brought in connection with the Jan. 6 attack on the US Capitol.
Hugo Boss And Other Big Brands Vowed To Steer Clear Of Forced Labor In China — But These Shipping Records Raise Questions
Amid rising tensions and the approaching Beijing Olympics, the US banned Xinjiang cotton last year. But Hugo Boss still took shipments from Esquel, which gins cotton in Xinjiang.
Biden Made His Most Forceful Rebuke Of Republicans Yet Over Voting Rights, But There’s Still No Progress On Reforms
Joe Biden’s speech in Georgia was “stirring,” but the two major voting rights bills are still far from becoming law.
“Soooo this has taken a turn for the worse,” one congressional staffer wrote to federal law enforcement agencies during the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
Trump wants a judge to dismiss three lawsuits seeking to hold him responsible for the Jan. 6 insurrection.
“What we're saying is we don't need another speech. What we need is actually a plan.”
Chief Judge Beryl Howell wrote that approving such a request was not the right way to “commemorate” the one-year anniversary of the Jan. 6 attack.
In Biden’s clearest and most prolonged denunciation of Trump from the executive office, he addressed the ongoing threats to democracy related to his predecessor's brand of politics.
Democrats, at least for a minute, are very happy to shake Dick Cheney's hand.
The Bronx Documentary Center’s exhibit on Jan. 6 looks at not only one day, but the years that led up to it.
Biden And Harris Issued A Dire Warning: Democracy Is In Danger And Political Violence Is A Threat One Year After The Jan. 6 Attack
"Are we going to be a nation that accepts political violence as a norm?" President Joe Biden asked during a speech at the US Capitol.
More than 700 people charged, 174 guilty pleas, and 74 sentences. And an unknown number of cases to go. This is where the sprawling legal effort stands one year in.
“The threat of extremism today is perhaps less obvious. … But what’s happening is gravely serious,” one expert said.
Greene is the first member of Congress to have her personal political account banned from Twitter.
Judges are figuring out in real time what the consequences should be for storming the Capitol on Jan. 6.