The first of a six-day celebration of the late civil rights activist and Democratic congressman Rep. John Lewis began Saturday, beginning in his hometown of Troy and then journeying to Selma, Ala.
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President Trump reflected on his friendship with Regis Philbin after it was announced that the renowned television personality died at the age of 88 on Friday night.
Seattle’s police officers will now respond to protests and rioting through “adjusted deployment” methods because of a new city law that bans them from using some crowd-control tools, the city’s police chief said Friday.
The Supreme Court on Friday denied an appeal by a Nevada church to allow additional worshipers to join in-person services based on capacity amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The White House has blocked the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Robert Redfield, from testifying in front of congress next week regarding how to safely reopen schools.
President Trump visited the Walter Reed Military Hospital Saturday where he was spotted wearing a face mask in public for the first time amid surging cases of coronavirus in the U.S.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has ordered businesses to disallow customers from entering their establishments unmasked, leaving owners worried it will detract from their business.
President Trump said Friday that he will be signing an executive order over the next few weeks which will include a “road to citizenship” for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients.
Education and Labor Committee Chairman Bobby Scott, D-Va., wants the CDC director to testify on school safety in response President Trump’s push to reopen classrooms.
The House Appropriations Committee approved a spending bill for the fiscal year 2021, but included a provision that would prohibit military construction projects on bases named after Confederate figures.
Russia and China vetoed a United Nations Security Council draft resolution to extend cross-border humanitarian aid from Turkey into Syria for another year, despite warnings that Syrian citizens rely on the aid.
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh on Saturday denied an emergency appeal submitted by GOP lawmakers from Illinois that had argued against the governor’s restrictions on meeting in groups larger than 10 amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Protesters blocked an access road to Mount Rushmore Friday, hours before President Trump was set to give a speech to kick off Independence Day weekend.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Thursday he will introduce legislation that will block federal funding for states that do no protect their historical monuments and statues.
Vice President Mike Pence has postponed his “Faith in America” tour in Florida and Arizona amid rapidly rising coronavirus cases in both states.
President Trump is reportedly preparing to redirect employers on how they should hire, prioritizing an applicant’s skills over a university degree.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill Wednesday, allocating an additional $500 million for teachers’ salaries, bumping Florida up from the 26th average teacher salary in the nation to the number five ranking.
The Trump administration threatened to use veto powers Wednesday over legislation that would grant Washington D.C. statehood, which is set to be voted on the House floor this week.
Rep. Thomas Massie was declared the winner in Kentucky’s fourth district GOP primary Tuesday, despite President Trump’s past calls to “throw” Massie out of the Republican Party.
President Trump delivered his rebuttal Saturday night after recent media speculation about his health following his appearance at a U.S. Military Academy commencement ceremony earlier this month.
In his return to the campaign trail Saturday in Tulsa, Okla., President Trump criticized demonstrators and politicians who have pushed to have portraits and statues of historic figures removed.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz expressed his frustration Saturday after a weeks-long special session in the state’s Senate failed to pass a police reform bill.
Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt blocks unanimous-consent bill that would remove Confederate statues from Capitol
Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., blocked a bill presented by Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., that moved to unanimously remove the confederate statues from the Capitol Thursday.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) requested that former national security adviser John Bolton’s memoir, “The Room Where It Happened” be blocked from publication, claiming ‘Disclosure of the manuscript will damage” U.S. national security.
House GOP members condemn Republican candidate who said if she were black she’d be ‘proud’ of Confederate statues
Ranking House Republicans are stepping away from Georgia candidate Marjorie Taylor Greene, after a Politico report uncovered a series of Facebook videos in which she expressed racists and bigoted views.
Ohio lawmaker regrets ‘unintentionally awkward’ question on ‘colored population’ getting coronavirus
A Republican lawmaker from Ohio is being called on to step down after an “unintentionally awkward” question he asked about black people and hand-washing landed him in hot water earlier this week.
After more than a week of George Floyd protests, thousands of New Yorkers gathered Saturday for another day of demonstrations against police brutality and racial equality in the U.S.