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Cheney was ousted from her leadership role in the Republican Party for supporting Trump's impeachment after the Capitol riot.
The ruling in Brnovich v. DNC could have implications for voting measures nationwide.
The Biden administration initially emphasized the child tax credit as an anti-poverty policy. Now they're selling it as a middle-class tax cut.
The preliminary tally does not account for nearly 125,000 absentee ballots.
Rumsfeld became known for his unfailing support for the Iraq War, as well as the Bush administration's torture of detainees.
Republicans used the bill as an opportunity to blast Democrats and critical race theory.
The South Dakota governor and 2024 presidential hopeful says the troops are necessary to protect the southern border from migrants trying to enter the country.
The city’s Board of Elections said it regretted the mistake and would count the correct ballots.
The 10 members took aim at Gov. Chris Sununu for signing a new law that limits how educators and state employees can talk about racism.
Walton handily won the Democratic primary against the New York city's mayor, but Brown is launching a write-in campaign against her for the general election.
President Joe Biden vowed not to sign any infrastructure bill unless Congress passes a separate multitrillion-dollar bill stuffed with other Democratic priorities.
The Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act of 1965 in 2013 and brought back the old politics of the past.
Letting private companies lease public infrastructure can go wrong. Just look at Chicago’s parking meters.
The biggest challenge for Democratic leaders will be selling the infrastructure agreement to skeptical progressives, who worry key priorities will be left behind.
“We’re excited about the possibility here,” the civil rights attorney said.
The payments are set to resume at the end of September unless the White House acts.
A court decision in a case regarding a Federal Housing Finance Agency director could open the door for President Joe Biden to replace Commissioner Andrew Saul.
Millions of parents will soon receive monthly payments worth as much as $300 per child. It's already going a long way.
“We will make sure you can’t sell death and mayhem on our streets," the president said in his administration's most visible response yet to concerns about crime.
Thanks to New York City’s new ranked-choice voting system, votes are still being counted.