Celebrity doctor Mehmet Oz is throwing his hat in the race for Senate in Pennsylvania.
The DOJ says it will aggressively prosecute violent passengers who assault crew members or endanger the safety of other passengers.
One passenger is being fined $40,000 for allegedly bringing alcohol on a plane and drinking it, smoking marijuana in the lavatory, and sexually assaulting a flight attendant.
Vice President Harris became the first woman to hold presidential power while Biden was at Walter Reed.
The Trump International Hotel in Washington has been hemorrhaging cash.
The former assistant attorney said he would not answer questions based on Trump’s assertions of executive privilege.
A few centrists want an official cost estimate from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office before voting on a 10-year, $1.85 trillion social and environment bill.
"You still love that chicken from Popeyes?" the poster joked after filming the kitchen frenzy in a Washington, D.C., franchise.
"You can’t have an economy ultimately where just nobody pays rent,” said Gov. Jay Inslee (D) while announcing his decision to allow the moratorium to end.
At an unrelated event, GOP Sen. Susan Collins said she's working to make Roe v. Wade "the law of the land."
“I’m going to try to sell what I think the American people will buy,” the president said.
The Biden administration is looking for new ways to stop terrorist threats in Afghanistan after withdrawing all troops.
The “Justice For J6” rally could bring chaos and violence to Capitol Hill.
Months after the Jan. 6 riots, U.S. Capitol Police officials are discussing whether to reconstruct the perimeter fence around the Capitol building.
The suit accuses the former president and his allies of whipping up violent supporters "in an unlawful effort to stay in power."
Thursday's report showed that unemployment claims fell to 375,000 from 387,000 the previous week.
Unemployment dropped to 5.4% nationwide.
The White House has defended existing travel restrictions due to rapidly spreading variants that are driven in part by unvaccinated Americans.
“Just say the election was corrupt and leave the rest to me and the R. Congressmen,” Trump said at one point to then-Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen.
Over the second quarter of 2021, pay increased by the second-highest percentage in more than a decade.