The next Democratic debate will take place after the first voters have already weighed in on the 2020 race. Slated for February 7 in Manchester, New Hampshire, the debate is the first of a trio happening
Mike Bloomberg seemingly suggested behind closed doors at an event with Silicon Valley elite on Thursday that former Vice President Joe Biden could be a “lame duck” president if elected, implying that
A three-judge panel in the US Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 2-1 to dismiss the Juliana v. US lawsuit on Friday, a seminal case involving 21 young people who sued the federal government for violating
Sen. Martha McSally’s (R-AZ) remarkable attack on a CNN reporter in the halls of Congress on Thursday seemed to be an unusual outburst, but it now appears to be part of a calculated strategy to hang onto
One hundred senators will convene next week to begin their solemn consideration of whether impeached President Donald Trump should be removed from office for having committed high crimes and misdemeanors.
An event at the White House Thursday meant to promote prayer in public schools indicated that President Donald Trump is struggling to deal with the strain of his impeachment trial. As Chief Justice John
Federal appeals courts hear cases that impact the rights of millions. They decide matters with billions of dollars at stake. They sometimes hear cases where thousands of lives hang in the balance. United
The Iowa caucuses are happening in a little over two weeks, and they’re on a collision course with a certain event that’s expected to keep several top candidates stuck in Washington: President Donald impeachment
Twitter, Microsoft, and other companies call for an end to Trump’s rule to keep out low-income immigrants
Twitter, Microsoft, LinkedIn, and dozens of other tech companies are calling for an end to a new rule that places restrictions on low-income immigrants entering or living in the US. The companies signed
If Sen. Elizabeth Warren wins the presidency, she’s promised her administration would use executive authority to wipe away the vast majority of America’s student debt — without Congress. Rather than going
The US government’s top internal watchdog has determined that the Trump administration broke the law when it withheld military aid to Ukraine last year after Congress had approved its disbursal. Coming
Foreign policy dominated the opening section of Tuesday night’s presidential debate, and it allowed the six candidates onstage in Iowa to put some serious daylight between them on issues of war and trade.
A 14-year battle to enact a voter ID law in Missouri hit a speed bump on Tuesday, when the state Supreme Court struck down key provisions of a 2016 law making it harder for many voters to cast a ballot.
Bloomberg plans to make a secret pitch to Silicon Valley billionaires, showing he’s not afraid to schmooze Big Tech
Mike Bloomberg will ask tech billionaires to support his presidential campaign in a private reception with some of Silicon Valley’s biggest power brokers on Thursday evening, Recode has learned. The briefing
Things were already tense between supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders and Sen. Elizabeth Warren going into Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential debate. The immediate cause of the conflict was a CNN story,
Shortly after taking office, President Donald Trump grumbled to his secretary of state about a decades-old US law that bars American companies from bribing foreign officials and pledged to repeal it —
After more than a year of negotiations, billions of dollars in tariffs, moments of intense escalation, and temporary detentes, the United States and China signed “phase one” of a trade deal. President
For Jennifer Carroll Foy, the fight against sexism started in high school. Her class was watching TV coverage of the historic 1996 Supreme Court decision United States v. Virginia. In a famous majority
One of the most discussed moments at Tuesday’s seventh Democratic primary debate happened after it was over, when Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders met for a post-debate discussion. Sanders appeared