Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen referred to the American Rescue Plan as "the biggest investment we've made since Eisenhower built the Interstate."
Michigan Democrats were forced to delete a controversial post after echoing the former Virginia governor's remarks on parental rights in public education.
An improving economy usually bodes well for the incumbents, but in the critical swing state of Nevada more Democrats are switching parties than Republicans.
The family accused Baldwin of defamation after he reposted a picture of a fallen Marine's sister in D.C. on January 6, 2021, alleging she was a rioter.
One political scientist told Newsweek that the apparent feud between Trump and DeSantis was "a fine mess" that could seriously damage the Republican Party.
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Roughly half of voters also gave Biden a failing grade on foreign relations, COVID-19 and the economy.
The state's indoor mask mandate is set to expire in February, prompting the Oregon Health Authority to propose making the rule permanent to allow it to stay in place.
Letitia James' office alleges that Trump valued his apartment at $327 million based on a claim it was 30,000 square foot in size.
Janez Jansa, prime minister of the Central European country, said he would support the "sovereign decision of the Taiwanese people" to either join China or live independently.
Bill Clinton was "very close to Jeffrey" Epstein and the pair were "like brothers," according to a former friend of the New York financier.
Jay-Z has joined forces with a host of musicians to ask New York lawmakers to sign and turn into state law the "Rap Music on Trial" bill.
Official figures show that COVID-19 infections have dropped in most areas of the United Kingdom, but 94,432 new cases were recorded in England on Tuesday.
Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema will be crucial to passing any change to the Senate filibuster.
Verizon and AT&T delayed their planned rollout of 5G service near airports after airlines warned about potential problems.
The 5G signals could interfere with airplane systems using radio altimeters, including autopilot, collision warnings and flight controls.
The hulking asteroid, more than 3,300 feet across, will speed past Earth at around 45,000 miles per hour on Tuesday.
The world's top men's tennis player was deported from Australia for not being vaccinated against COVID-19, ending a long-running saga that made headlines.