A federal judge ordered supplements manufacturer Confidence USA to halt operations on Thursday after the company repeatedly failed to meet regulations meant to ensure that supplements are unadulterated.
The former first lady slammed what she called "partisan and unpatriotic" efforts to limit voting, all while urging the Senate to pass a voting rights bill championed by Democrats
"I'm not worried about your income bracket, I'm worried about your age bracket," Gov. Ron DeSantis said Thursday.
Congressional Democrats and President Joe Biden could move to quickly invalidate many federal rules imposed during the waning days of the administration of former President Donald Trump, with or without the cooperation of Republicans.
President Joe Biden said that "the last thing we need is Neanderthal thinking" while discussing the easing of COVID-19 restrictions in Texas and Mississippi on Wednesday.
Debra Katz, attorney for one three woman to recently accuse New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment, reportedly said that the governor's apology during a press conference on Wednesday was "full of falsehoods and inaccurate information."
The Federal Election Commission is questioning the campaign finances of Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) after the discovery of errors in campaign donations and spending disclosures that total more than $2 million.
Far-right conspiracy theorists are circumventing bans on QAnon and InfoWars content in place on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store, with multiple apps featuring the content still available on both platforms.
"Statements of guilt and remorse after the defendant's subsequent incarceration are no match for the evidence," federal prosecutors wrote in response to a motion to release the so-called "QAnon Shaman" before his trial.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Tuesday urged critics of Democratic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to allow the governor to "defend himself" against multiple allegations of sexual harassment, instead of "jumping to the conclusion" that Cuomo should resign.
"First they outlaw Dr. Seuss, and now they want to tell us what to say," House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said.
Jones made the remarks while filming an interview for the documentary "You Can't Watch This" in January 2019.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), who formerly owned a gym affiliated with CrossFit, was blasted by a company spokesperson for spreading "loathsome and dangerous lies" on Monday.
A recent TikTok video that appears to show show security tags placed on only darker shades of makeup at a Walmart store went viral on Monday.
"If someone purposely tried to use their power to force a woman to have sex with them, of course that's someone who should no longer be in public service," New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
"These questions were repeatedly asked and answered during the course of the campaign," a spokesman for Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.) said while denying multiple allegations of sexual harassment and assault against the congressman.
Georgia would join Arizona and Hawaii as the only states that do not observe daylight saving time if a new effort in the state legislature is successful.
"We unanimously find there is no probable cause to believe the Troopers committed any criminal offense in the shooting of Xzavier Deyonte Hill on January 9, 2021," a Virginia grand jury concluded on Friday.
"I have never couched myself as an activist organization," James O'Keefe said Friday before promising to sue CNN for calling Project Veritas an "activist organization."
Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio insisted that he does not believe the 2020 presidential election was "stolen" on Thursday, despite taking part in multiple "Stop the Steal" rallies in support of the false claim following former President Donald Trump's November loss.
In a court filing seeking his pretrial release, the "QAnon Shaman" said that Trump "honed and routinely utilized his mass communication means to effectively groom millions of Americans with respect to his policies, protocols, beliefs and overwhelming fixation on all matters conspiratorial."
"Although the COVID-19 pandemic persists, so does the Constitution," U.S. District Judge J. Campbell Barker, an appointee of former President Donald Trump, wrote while striking down the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's moratorium of evictions.
Beech-Nut, Gerber and other leading manufacturers of baby food are facing a growing number of class action lawsuits weeks after a Congressional report claimed that their products contain potentially dangerous levels of lead, mercury, arsenic and cadmium.
A new ad from The Lincoln Project blasts Fox News and host Tucker Carlson for spreading "lies" about the January 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol.
Republican Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick said Wednesday that Texans who received electricity bills as high as $17,000 amid the state's recent energy crisis had "gambled on a very, very low rate" and lost.
Former President Donald Trump reportedly "thought it would be really cool" to offer North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un a ride "back home to Pyongyang" on Air Force One after the pair concluded a 2019 meeting, according to Trump's former national security adviser John Bolton.
A Michigan man alleged contacted Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) to complain that he was "angry about the results of the November election, that he joined a Michigan militia and that there would be violence if the election results were not changed."
"No one, I think, who knows any of the facts alleges such a thing," Sen Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) said Tuesday.
CNN sports reporter Andy Scholes apologized on social media Tuesday after saying that he was "not entirely surprised" that golfer Tiger Woods was involved in a serious car crash.
"This is not okay, never has been okay, never will be okay - no matter the administration or party," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) tweeted Tuesday in a response to a report that the administration of President Joe Biden had reopened a temporary detention facility for migrant children.