Sixty-five days into his first term — as 1,000 people a day continue to die of COVID-19 in the US — reporters asked Biden whether he was going to run for reelection.
With no space to hold the families in US facilities, and Mexico refusing to take them back, they’ve started to be released in Texas border cities.
In His First Press Conference, Biden Moved Closer To Supporting Radically Changing How The Senate Works
In his first White House press conference, Biden suggested he could support drastic change to how the Senate works.
Photographer Tōyō Miyatake, who was forced into a camp himself, documented the experiences of Japanese Americans during their World War II incarceration by the US government.
The Justice Department Is Investigating Officials Who Talked To The Press About The Capitol Riot Investigation
Michael Sherwin, the former acting US Attorney in DC, had told media “the facts” support charging some Capitol rioters with sedition.
Republican language is changing as party members fight to kill increasingly popular gun control measures in Congress after shootings in Colorado and Georgia.
The president called on Congress to close background check loopholes and ban assault weapons after shootings in Boulder, Colorado, and Atlanta.
Ten people, including one police officer, were killed in a mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado, on Monday.
Powell is facing billion-dollar lawsuits after accusing voting technology companies of rigging the election.
The case hasn’t revealed concrete information so far about how Sicknick died.
Joe Biden And Kamala Harris Condemned The “Scapegoating" Of Asian Americans After The Shooting In Atlanta
“For the last year, we've had people in positions of incredible power scapegoating Asian Americans," Vice President Kamala Harris said in Atlanta.
“Just look at the fact that three of the five last presidents have admitted to past cannabis use,” said one marijuana advocate, “including Biden’s former boss.”
“The NRA kind of walks around like they own Congress,” said Sen. Tim Kaine. “Rather than wait for a comprehensive bill, why not do something?”
Proud Boys Members Allegedly Warned That Cops Were “The Primary Threat” The Night Before The Capitol Insurrection
A grand jury indicted four Proud Boys leaders in the latest conspiracy case to come out of the riot investigation.
The president's team has talked and met with advocates eager for change in the federal prison system after a pandemic-ravaged year. Now activists are losing patience for results.
Police Had To Release A Man Who Assaulted Cops At The Capitol After They Were Ordered Back To The Riot
DC police officers had to let the man go “due to the chaotic nature of the day” and other rioters cheered, according to charging papers.
Roughly 800 people entered the Capitol on Jan. 6, but few were arrested on the spot.
The federal government plans to open the center on Wednesday to try to decrease overcrowding at facilities on the border.
One senator dubbed the controversy over Haaland’s confirmation “a proxy fight over the future of fossil fuels.”
An American Who Fought With Extremists In Ukraine Will Be Extradited To Face Double Murder Charges In Florida
Craig Lang, who was once a US soldier, allegedly killed a couple as part of a bizarre and bloody plan to fund adventures fighting abroad.
Thomas Caldwell and eight members of the Oath Keepers are accused of conspiring in the Jan. 6 insurrection.
In a Thursday presentation, Facebook executives told employees the company isn’t to blame for social division in the country. One researcher said some polarization can be a good thing, citing the civil rights movement.
A Large PR Firm Pledged To Fight Climate Change. Then It Took Millions From A Notorious Fossil Fuel Trade Group.
Edelman, a PR firm that’s pledged to “work with an environmental conscience,” was paid $4 million to promote one of the most extreme fossil fuel trade groups in the country, new tax filings show.
The New York governor questioned the motives of the women accusing him of harassment in a conference call Friday.
Plea deals would mean a swifter resolution of the hundreds of Capitol riot prosecutions and could reveal which defendants are cooperating with the investigation.
Because she sees me as a member of “the liberal media,” it’s impossible to persuade her.
Politicians in Congress are talking about returning to the days of robust anti-monopoly enforcement.
The FBI recently did a background check for a lawyer who would be the first American Muslim federal district judge, according to a source familiar with the process.
Biden's announcement, part of a national address, shifts the responsibility for the pandemic response to the federal government.
“We will move with a sense of urgency on climate change,” Michael Regan told Congress last month. “We will stand up for environmental justice and equity.”