New York Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez went to head with Colorado Republican Rep. Lauren Boebart on Twitter Saturday, using the congresswoman’s comments to condemn “good ol conservative values.
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Capitol Hill Baptist Church and DC reach settlement after liberal-led city barred churchgoers from gathering
The District of Colombia agreed to pay $220,000 to the Capitol Hill Baptist Church that sued over coronavirus mandates that restricted in-person prayer.
Michigan mayor under fire after using campaign cash to pay for open bar at daughter’s wedding: report
A Michigan mayor is facing scrutiny after he admitted to using campaign funds to pay for a portion of his daughter’s wedding, a local report revealed.
Leaders from top civil rights groups visited the White House Thursday to urge the administration to work with Congress and pass voting rights legislation.
Vice President Kamala Harris announced Thursday that the Democratic National Committee is making a $25 million investment in countering GOP legislation and laws targeting voting rights.
Michigan’s top oversight body will review data on the number of coronavirus-related deaths in nursing homes following GOP suspicions of underreporting.
A letter is expected to hit President Biden’s desk Thursday, in a progressive-led attempt to tamper the administration’s confrontational approach when it comes to China in the name of climate change.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham told reporters Tuesday he was “amazed at how badly” the first six months of the Biden administration has been for the U.S.
Iran has taken steps to enrich uranium metal to a 20 percent purity and manufacture nuclear reactor fuel the United Nation’s top nuclear watchdog announced Tuesday.
Former White House physician says Democrats should follow through on cognitive demands and test Biden
Texas Republican Rep. Ronny Jackson, the former White House physician for Donald Trump, called on Democrats to follow through with their prior demands regarding a president’s cognitive ability and have President Biden be assessed.
Four Texas sheriffs, their counties, and ICE representatives have sued President Biden and officials as the Department of Homeland Security for preventing federal officers from deporting illegal immigrants with criminal backgrounds.
Arizona GOP legislator, a Vietnamese refugee, rebuts claim white nationalism a bigger threat than communism
Republican state lawmakers in Arizona passed legislation last week that will require K-12 students be exposed to stories of people who fled communism, but not all lawmakers agreed the political ideology is the biggest threat facing the nation.
Southeast counties in Texas are allocating COVID relief funds for border assistance as Border Patrol continues to see a record number of border crossings.
Former President Donald Trump returned to the campaign trail in Ohio on Saturday night to throw his support behind Republican congressional candidate Max Miller in an attempt to oust Rep. Anthony Gonzalez.
Sesame Street is taking on anti-Asian hate in a new educational video released this week dubbed “proud of your eyes.
Rep. Chip Roy leads letter to IRS blasting ‘flawed’ decision to deny tax-exempt status to Christian group
Texas Republican Rep. Chip Roy called on the head of the IRS Friday to remove a top official who denied a Texas-based Christian group tax exemption status for its alleged ties to the Republican Party.
The National Guard saw its busiest year with more troops deployed in June 2020 than any time since World War II a top general said Wednesday, but White House budget cuts mean the force will see a drop in authorized troops.
Louisiana Republican Sen. John Kennedy introduced legislation Tuesday that seeks to protect Afghani translators and allies who played a “crucial role” in assisting U.S. forces during the War in Afghanistan.
Republicans on the Hill are firing back at the news that transgender veterans will soon be able to receive gender transition surgeries through the Veterans Affairs health care coverage.
Ilhan Omar denies critical race theory is being taught in schools, blames GOP for ‘false narratives’
Amid a nationwide GOP push to ban critical race theory – a controversial academic framework that examines systematic racism in the U.S. – Minnesota Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar denied Saturday that the doctrine is even being taught in public schools.
Wisconsin Republican Rep. Glenn Grothman introduced a bill Friday that would ban critical race theory in Washington, D.C. public schools – blocking a controversial education-based movement that examines how systematic racism has been perpetuated in the U.S.
Safety on the subway is on the minds of likely New York City Democratic primary voters as they prepare to head to the ballot boxes and according to recent polling, Black voters are the most concerned.
Leaders of the G-7 countries are set to pledge the distribution of 1 billion vaccines to 100 developing nations during this week’s summit Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Thursday.
A subcontractor for the Department of Energy (DOE) is the latest cyberattack victim officials confirmed Thursday – revealing another May attack in a string of cyber-based strikes last month.
California Latino lawmakers issued a statement Wednesday rebuking Vice President Kamala Harris’ controversial comments in El Salvador this week when she told “folks” from the northern triangle states “Do not come.
Businessman and former New Jersey General Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli won the New Jersey GOP primary race Tuesday, according to the Associated Press.
Trump demands 100% tariffs on Chinese goods, debt cancellation, and $10T in reparations for COVID-19
Donald Trump returned to the GOP political scene Saturday with a speech at the North Carolina Republican Convention, where he called on China to pay “reparations” to the U.S. for coronavirus-related damages.
Senate Sergeant at Arms Karen Gibson said Saturday that she finds the threat of a cyberattack on the U.S. Capitol more worrisome than another repeat of the Jan. 6 assault.