The majority leader of the Wisconsin State Assembly said there was "ZERO chance" of the resolution proceeding.
Only 20 percent of suburban women said they were better off than when Biden took office in 2021.
Holly McCormack said she wasn't allowed to ask Greene a question at her event in Catoosa County, Georgia.
Joe Biden's hot mic gaffe had some citing the late Republican senator's October 2017 response to the Fox News reporter.
Governor Kathy Hochul has said she will seek to reverse the court's decision on the mandate as soon as possible.
The Republican governor said halting the treatment for COVID-19 will "cost some Americans their lives."
Pence has previously said that the decision in Roe v. Wade should be thrown on "the ash heap of history."
The veteran Democrat said African Americans were "quite aggrieved" by new voting restrictions across the country.
New York Attorney General Letitia James said her office had "significant evidence" of misleading asset valuations.
President Biden's approval rating has been in negative territory since August and shows little sign of improving.
The wildfire started in the Palo Colorado Canyon had grown to around 250 acres by early Saturday morning.
The Fox News host accused M&Ms of wanting to make cartoon characters "deeply unappealing and totally androgynous."
Twitter permanently banned the former president (after a suspension) in January 2021, and at the time he had 88 million followers.
More Republicans than Democrats believe boots on the ground should be deployed in the event of an invasion.
Sinema could be facing a strong primary challenge from Arizona Democrats if she seeks re-election in 2024.
More than 120 House Republicans have signed a letter criticizing the decision to buy masks produced in China.
Biden suggested the 2022 midterm elections might not be legitimate if voting rights legislation wasn't passed.
President Biden has said that Vice President Harris is "doing a good job" and would be on the presidential ticket.
Senate Democrats failed to change the rules of the filibuster in order to pass voting rights legislation.
The Supreme Court upheld a decision that the former president cannot block the January 6 committee from accessing documents.
One political scientist told Newsweek that the apparent feud between Trump and DeSantis was "a fine mess" that could seriously damage the Republican Party.
The West Virginia Democrat once said politics was "paralyzed" by the filibuster and called for a change to rules on debate.
Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema will be crucial to passing any change to the Senate filibuster.
Both sides have downplayed the idea that there's animosity between the governor and the former president.
Arlington Public Schools said it would make decisions that "prioritize the health, safety and wellbeing" of students.
The Republican issued an executive order giving Virginia parents the right to exempt children from mask mandates but some school districts are resisting.
The Republican congressman hasn't been charged with a crime and has previously denied all wrongdoing.
The prince's legal team has argued that he "inherited a security risk at birth, for life" and there were threats to his family.