"We're all united.... The Democratic Party is destroying America," the Texas Republican told reporters.
U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez thinks her Republican colleague, Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, is "deeply unwell," and "clearly needs some help," amid Greene's increasingly aggressive demands for a debate between the two.
Stefanik's election to become the No. 3 Republican in the House appears locked in—despite some colleagues' question about whether she's conservative enough for the high-profile leadership post.
"I don't think anybody is questioning the legitimacy of the presidential election," McCarthy, a California Republican, told reporters on Wednesday.
President Joe Biden's administration is working to broker a deal to stop the latest eruption of violence between Israelis and Palestinian militants in the Middle East.
The Biden administration is monitoring a fuel crunch that's been driven by the shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline, which was attacked by hackers last week.
Biden has frequently derided an old term that's been used to describe conservatives' approach to economics.
"We have serious concerns about the situation, including violent confrontations that we've seen over the last few days," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said on Monday, hours after Hamas militants fired rockets into Israel.
The federal government is preparing to dole out $350 billion to states and local governments—part of the $2 trillion coronavirus relief package Congress passed in March.
President Joe Biden fought back against critics who have argued that higher unemployment benefits prompted the disappointing jobs report released Friday.
"For those having trouble finding a location or making an appointment, we're going to make it easier than ever," President Joe Biden said Tuesday.
The Biden administration has sent two military planes full of supplies to India, as the country struggles with a deadly COVID-19 crisis.
After President Joe Biden challenged Congress to pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act by May 25, Republicans and Democrats in the House and the Senate spent much of Thursday working to craft bipartisan police reform legislation that can pass in the coming weeks.
Biden has largely kept a laser-like focus on combating the coronavirus pandemic and promoting his economic recovery package, while setting aside or delaying promises he made on the campaign trail.
President Joe Biden is expected to outline a massive $1.8 trillion proposal that would expand access to early childhood education, provide tuition-free community college and give incentives to teachers, among its many provisions, when he gives his first address a joint session of Congress on Wednesday.
The vice president, tasked with addressing the growing border crisis, hasn't traveled there since taking office.
A rumor that migrant children were being given "welcome kits" featuring a book written by Vice President Kamala Harris has been debunked, but that's not stopping some Republicans from hammering the Biden administration over the issue.
Before passing legislation to curb hate crimes against Asian and Pacific Island Americans, Senate Democrats stopped Republicans from including discrimination against Asian Americans in college admissions.
More than 100 days after a violent siege at the U.S. Capitol that was intended to disrupt the certification of President Joe Biden's election, Congress continues to mull whether it will create a 9/11 Commission-style independent body to study what happened.
"People do not want to lose pay to get vaccinated," a senior administration official told Newsweek and other outlets Wednesday in a preview of the president's speech.
President Joe Biden compared last summer's protests over the death of George Floyd to the Civil Rights movement and pressed for Congress to make sweeping law enforcement reforms after former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty Tuesday on three counts related to Floyd's death.
"The evidence is overwhelming in my view," the president told reporters as the jury's deliberations continue.
The Russian opposition leader was reportedly transferred to a hospital in another prison after his doctor said he could be near death.
Amid a growing wave of anti-Asian discrimination and hate crimes, President Joe Biden has faced backlash from some in the Asian American and Pacific Islander community over what's been seen as a slow effort to bring AAPI voices into the White House.
The largest fundraising committees for Republicans and Democrats in the House and Senate are seeing record hauls for the first quarter of the year.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has nixed a proposal to expand the U.S. Supreme Court, telling reporters Thursday that she won't advance legislation some Democrats unveiled this week.
President Joe Biden is facing pushback from some members of Congress who say they weren't briefed on his upcoming announcement that he'll remove U.S. troops from Afghanistan by a new September 11 deadline and have more questions about what will happen in the region.
U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin have agreed to take their icy relationship to the next level in the coming months—a face-to-face meeting in a third country.
Scalise says he has been "alarmed" by what he's seen after leading a delegation of fellow GOP members of Congress to the border.
President Joe Biden is set to release his first budget wish list before members of Congress return next week, giving insight into his policy agenda and marking his stark departure from former President Donald Trump's priorities.