How race is taught in schools emerged as a wedge issue in Virginia's gubernatorial election.
"I think this rule is absolutely going down," said Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
Democrats are reportedly aiming to include four weeks of paid family leave in their massive social safety net package.
In his first political win, Durr, who spent just $153 on his campaign, defeated longtime Democratic state senator Stephen Sweeney.
Minneapolis voters on Tuesday rejected a proposition to disband the police and replace it with a "public-health oriented" Department of Public Safety.
The 2021 contests yielded several historic firsts, including the city of Boston and the state of Virginia choosing a woman of color for top political offices.
The autonomous car startup Waymo will start mapping New York City this week.
"This is for all of you," the Democrat told New Yorkers as he wiped away tears after casting his ballot.
Giffords, a gun control group, said it has been injured by the competitive advantages the NRA has received by "flouting campaign finance laws."
Adding dental and vision benefits to Medicare was one of the most critical aspects of the original Build Back Better plan for 52 percent of voters surveyed.
"The political games have to stop," the West Virginia Democrat said during a news conference.
U.S. Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar told the Supreme Court Monday that "no constitutional right is safe" if the Texas law is allowed to stand.
FiveThirtyEight's polling tracker shows Youngkin 0.6 points ahead of McAuliffe heading into Tuesday's election.
"I've spent my career guided by a simple principle: stand up to the powerful on behalf of the vulnerable to be a force of change," James said in a video.
Kinzinger's 12-year career in the House of Representative was highlighted recently by vocal criticism of former President Donald Trump.
The ad comes after the MLB moved its All-Star Game out of Georgia earlier this year due to a controversial new voting law.
The bipartisan infrastructure framework, also known as BIF, passed the Senate in August with 19 Republican votes.
The White House released an outline of a $1.75 trillion social-spending and climate package aimed at winning over congressional Democrats on Thursday.
"Eventually, they run out of other people's money and then they come for you," the Tesla CEO tweeted.
The Arizona lawmaker, a critical vote in the Senate, has said little publicly about her positions on key policies amid the ongoing negotiations.
"A Major League club cannot simply take a smaller team's name and use it for itself," the roller derby organization said in a lawsuit filed Wednesday.
Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder ruled Monday that Rittenhouse's attorneys can describe the men killed as "rioters" or "looters" if they can produce the evidence.
On Tuesday, Bernie Sanders described Medicare expansions and drug pricing reform as must-haves in the Democrats' spending package.
"This position, I wouldn't wish it on anybody," Manchin said when asked about all the attention he's received amid reconciliation negotiations.
The U.S. Department of Education said Monday it's "prepared to initiate enforcement action to stop these impermissible state actions."
International travelers will be required to show proof of vaccination before boarding a flight headed to the U.S. starting November 8.
"Biden should concede. I want his concession on my desk tomorrow morning. Don't make me come over there," Gosar's tweet said.
U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton sentenced husband and wife Thomas Vinson and Lori Vinson to five years of probation and ordered them to pay $5,000 each.
Davis School District officials said they're taking the DOJ's findings "very seriously" and that they do not " reflect the values of this community."