There has been speculation that the former president is starting to turn on one of his biggest allies in the GOP.
In her book 'Privacy is Power,' Carissa Véliz explores how governments and corporations exploit personal data and the questionable ethics behind it.
Manchin said he serves "a complete different constituency" compared to other Democrats. Polls show more West Virginia voter support voting rights bills.
Justice Sotomayor called the Texas six-week abortion ban case "a disaster for the rule of law and a grave disservice to women in Texas."
Chief of staff Ron Klain stated that there was "no ambiguity" regarding the president's comments.
The Thai economy could surge by 5-6% in 2022, according to official estimates, as the Asian tiger economy puts the worst of the covid-19 pandemic behind it and benefits from strong long-term policymaking that emphasizes sustainability and circularity.
Gallego has accused Sinema, who voted against changing Senate filibuster rules to pass voting rights legislation on Wednesday, of "ignoring the will of her voters."
A ballot initiative that would change how Michigan audits elections is being led by a pair with links to the January 6 riot. Both say it's unfair.
Comments made by President Joe Biden during his Wednesday address raised eyebrows regarding potential U.S. interference.
A person was shot in the leg at San Francisco International Airport after police opened fire on a man who was holding two guns and advancing toward officers.
Biden suggested the 2022 midterm elections might not be legitimate if voting rights legislation wasn't passed.
A wealth tax, with rates at 2 percent for those with more than $5 million rising to 5 percent for billionaires, would raise $928.39 billion a year, a report said.
The mysterious ailment got its name because symptoms were first reported by officials at the U.S. embassy in Cuba in 2016.
An aide told Newsweek it is "ridiculous" to suggest the ex-president was "like brothers" with Jeffrey Epstein after a new documentary.
In a blow to former President Donald Trump, the Supreme Court ruled that the House select committee investigating the riot could be handed his White House papers.
J. Kueng, Thomas Lane and Tou Thao are charged with willfully depriving Floyd of his constitutional rights while "acting under color of law."
Christianity is the world's most persecuted faith, according to a survey by a watchdog organization.
Sinema was one of the two Democrats who in the Senate on Wednesday night voted against weakening the filibuster to pass elections and voting reform.