In a historic coalition agreement Wednesday, Naftali Bennett partnered with opposition leader Yair Lapid to form a new Israeli government.
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Vice President Kamala Harris came under fire Saturday for posting a tweet about Memorial Weekend, but without mentioning the significance of the weekend.
A Christian public policy organization condemned nearly 20 bills in California’s legislature Wednesday, alleging the “bad bills” threaten religious liberties and encourage racism.
Vice President Harris met with South Korean President Moon Jae-in Friday, without the participation of President Biden, and then the two appeared together to make a statement. A bilateral meeting at the White House between a U.S. vice president and a visiting head of state followed by a joint appearance featuring the two is highly unusual.
The House Ethics Committee dropped $5,000 fines facing both House Majority Whip James Clyburn, D-S.C., and Rep. Hal Rogers, R-Ky., after they successfully appealed against allegations that they skirted House magnetometers Thursday.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo offered a new incentive to get vaccinated Thursday, telling New Yorkers they can get a free lottery ticket once they get the shot in their arm.
Organizers of New York City’s Pride Parade announced Saturday police officers and other law enforcement officials will be banned from their events, including the annual LGTBQ march, until 2025.
Multiple states dropped their mask mandates Friday following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) latest guidelines, but some liberal elites are not quite ready to let go of their face cloths.
The Biden administration was slapped with a lawsuit on Friday after Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton launched a suit countering changes to the state’s federally funded portion of Medicaid last month.
The nation’s leading teachers unions were among the Biden administration’s first visitors to the White House, visitor logs show.
The Biden administration has come under scrutiny from Republicans on Capitol Hill following its decision to circumvent federal ethics rules and staff former union officials in senior posts.
As the May 25 anniversary of George Floyd’s death nears, lawmakers are working across the aisle to introduce bipartisan legislation to overhaul some police standards.
President Biden is considering Los Angles Mayor Eric Garcetti for a top position in his administration as ambassador to India, Axios first reported Tuesday.
Talks are in the works for a summit between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin this summer, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said Friday.
Former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke formed a committee with the Federal Election Commission Thursday, launching a bid for Congress six years after leaving the House to join the Trump administration.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall became the first earlier this week to withdraw his state’s membership from the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) for alleged liberal-leaning positions.
New York Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez championed the Biden administration’s decision to lift Trump-era refugee limits Friday night, following outcry from prominent congressional Democrats.
In a January 2020, then-candidate Joe Biden was asked if he, like his Democratic primary opponents, supported any of expanding the Supreme Court, abolishing the filibuster, abolishing the Electoral College or setting term limits for Supreme Court justices.
The House Judiciary Committee voted 25 to 17 Wednesday night to approve H.R. 40, which would establish a body to review racial disparities and form a “national apology” to the Black community.
West Virginia Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin firmly planted his foot down Wednesday, penning an op-ed on his decision not to vote in favor of weakening or removing the filibuster.
A national coalition of Asian American advocacy groups called on the Biden administration to drop a lawsuit alleging discriminatory practices at Yale University as part of taking a stand against anti-Asian hate crimes.
A top Republican in the House has called on Secretary of State Anthony Blinken to demand reparations from China for the damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
After multiple lawsuits challenging the San Francisco School Board’s failure to reopen schools, a resignation by the superintendent, and a recall effort against several officials, the board is now facing growing cries for the removal of Vice President Alison Collins after anti-Asian American tweets resurfaced last week.
The National Guard soldier who was found dead while off duty in Washington, D.C., earlier this week has been identified as Specialist Justin Grennell.
In his first primetime address to the nation Thursday night, President Biden lobbed barely-concealed criticism at former President Trump for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Senate unanimously passed a bill this week that clamps down on China’s reach into U.S. universities by tightening restrictions on Confucius Institutes.
Democrats in the House and Senate have introduced legislation calling for the erection of a monument dedicated to the late Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, at the U.S. Capitol.