The Supreme Court seemed skeptical of the reasoning behind what may be the Trump administration's last major legal battle in the nation's highest court on Monday.
A Texas fertility doctor reportedly claims that he did nothing wrong when he inseminated patients with his own "fresh" sperm after frozen sperm from out-of-state donors failed to work.
"I respect the voice of the voters in South Dakota, however in this case I believe the process was flawed and done improperly," Pennington County Sheriff Kevin Thom said in a statement explaining a lawsuit seeking to invalidate the voter-approved legalization of marijuana.
"It is my Great Honor to announce that General Michael T. Flynn has been granted a Full Pardon," President Donald Trump tweeted on Wednesday.
"For the last four years it's been 'resistance,'" Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) said of Democrats on Tuesday. "It's like they're some kind of weird Star Wars freaks that had watched too many Star Wars movies."
President Donald Trump is the overwhelming favorite to be the 2024 GOP nominee for president, should he choose to run again after losing to President-elect Joe Biden, according to a new poll.
Experts are urging the public to be informed that promising new COVID-19 vaccines that may soon be available could provoke severe, but temporary, side effects in some who receive them.
"We'd have more degrees of freedom," New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy said Tuesday after being asked whether the passage of a new COVID-19 relief bill would lead to businesses being shut down to mitigate the spread of the virus.
"The box was more expensive than the present I got," former South Carolina Congressman Trey Gowdy told Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) while describing a Christmas gift he had received from the senator during a Monday night discussion on Fox News.
"The election was stolen and President Trump won by a landslide," President Donald Trump's legal adviser Jenna Ellis claimed during an MSNBC appearance on Monday.
"They are learning this for the first time on CNN," CNN's Chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta said on Monday after President Donald Trump tweeted in approval of an official letter sent to President-elect Joe Biden that declared him the "apparent president-elect."
Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) urged President Donald Trump to "put the country first and have a prompt and orderly transition to help the new administration succeed" on Monday.
A new poll suggests that most voters would prefer that partisan gridlock continue in Congress, with Republicans retaining control of the Senate in January's runoff elections and potentially acting as a firewall between the Democratic-controlled House and President-elect Joe Biden.
"You owe me royalties on these books. You stopped paying them," author Alan Dean Foster wrote in a letter to Disney after the company allegedly refused to pay him royalties owed on "Star Wars" books he had written.
A 17 percent Seattle Police Department budget cut was approved by a committee of the Seattle City Council on Thursday, while a proposal to redirect $9 million earmarked for the hiring of new officers in favor of "community-led public safety investments" was rejected.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) on Friday accused Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) of allowing the Senate to break for Thanksgiving while "there are thousands of people in Texas lined up for food lines" who could be helped by a new COVID-19 stimulus package.
Donald Trump Jr. was reportedly following guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday by remaining isolated following a positive COVID-19 test result earlier in the week.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp said it was "hard to believe that during the audit thousands of uncounted ballots were found weeks after a razor thin outcome in a presidential election" while announcing that he was formalizing President-elect Joe Biden's win in the state on Friday.
At least four sheriffs of major counties in California say they will take a hands off approach in enforcing Governor Gavin Newsom's month-long COVID-19 curfew, which is set to begin in most of the state on Saturday
"People love tearing down teen girls when they make little mistakes," video blogger Hank Green said while defending 16-year-old TikTok star Charli D'Amelio as she faced backlash over a controversial video.
"Utterly embarrassing that this woman was a governor & still doesn't have a grasp on public investment," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted on Thursday during an exchange with Nikki Haley, the Republican who formerly served as both United Nations ambassador and South Carolina governor.
California Governor Gavin Newsom announced Thursday that a new "limited" stay-at-home order intended to slow the spread of COVID-19, with a curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. applying to more than 94 percent of residents, would take effect on Saturday.
"Maybe we ought to put the people who ran Operation Warp Speed in charge of counting the ballots in Georgia," Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) said.
Former President Barack Obama's new "presidential memoir" broke records for Penguin Random House, the world's largest publisher, on Tuesday.
A growing number of top Republicans, including those serving in Congress, have joined the social media app Parler after complaining that mainstream apps like Twitter or Facebook are unfairly targeting conservatives for spreading misinformation.
Republican Georgia Governor Brian Kemp's approval rating was at 37 percent in a poll conducted on the same day his extension of statewide public health restrictions due to COVID-19 went into effect.
"The residents of the City of Flint deserve justice and they deserve a resolution to these lawsuits," Flint, Michigan Mayor Sheldon Neeley said after the city joined the state's settlement.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) reportedly said he was "just saying hello" after being spotted giving Vice President-elect Kamala Harris what appeared to be a congratulatory fist bump on the Senate floor on Tuesday.
"We're not shutting down, we're slowing down," Ohio Governor Mike DeWine said Tuesday when announcing that residents would soon be under a curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. for three weeks.
"There clearly isn't much interest in this body in public health," Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) said after admonishing Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska) for not wearing a face mask during a Senate hearing on Monday.