The anti-Trump political action committee hired attorneys at Paul Hastings, an international law firm, to conduct an internal probe into sexual harassment allegations against co-founder, John Weaver, in addition to a "comprehensive review" of its workplace culture and operations.
New York City Police Department personnel announced the suspect was taken into custody on Sunday, following a series of stabbings on the A train line that left two people dead.
The U.K. prime minister discussed the impeachment trial's outcome and his early work with the new Biden administration during a Sunday morning interview.
Cassidy, alongside six fellow Republican senators, voted to convict the former president of inciting last month's insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
The Illinois congressman was one of just 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach the former president in January.
Seven Republican senators joined Democrats in voting to convict former president Donald Trump during his second impeachment trial, but Alaska's Murkowski is the first up for re-election in 2022.
The Republican congresswoman explained why she supports censuring Greene, despite her vote against removing the freshman representative from her House committees.
The country's National Radio and Television Administration announced its decision to ban the network from air on Thursday.
The Republican congressman discussed the former president's possible plans to run for office again during the second day of his impeachment trial.
The Republican congressman addressed his Tuesday vote upholding the constitutionality of Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate.
Representative Jamie Raskin issued a warning on the first day of Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial.
The television personality responded to conservative backlash Cheney has received since voting to impeach the former president last month.
County officials in northwestern Washington are concerned about meeting requirements for FEMA's public assistance program, which should reimburse costs to establish non-congregate shelter space for people experiencing homelessness during the pandemic.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director discussed challenges that continue to stall COVID-19 vaccine distribution and administration on Sunday.
Fox cancelled Dobbs' long-running talk show after the host was implicated in a defamation lawsuit filed by voting technology company Smartmatic last week.
The Republican senator attempted to liken Schumer's fierce words urging Supreme Court justices not to restrict abortion rights to Trump's rhetoric surrounding the U.S. Capitol insurrection.
The Republican congresswoman discussed Trump's conduct during the January 6 Capitol siege on Sunday morning.
Michigan's Democratic state leader has faced significant pushback from residents and legislators for her relatively conservative approach to COVID-19 mitigation.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a resolution to remove Greene from its education and budget committees during a floor vote on Thursday.
The House Minority Leader called Democrats' resolution to remove Greene from her current committee assignments a "distraction" on Wednesday.
The U.S. House already voted to impeach Donald Trump on a single charge of "incitement of insurrection" for his role in the January 6 Capitol riot.
Steven Brandenburg agreed to plead guilty to two counts of attempting to tamper with consumer products, therefore putting others' health at risk, last week.
The Republican-led political action committee denounced Weaver after a New York Times report detailed sexual harassment allegations against him on Sunday.
Hutchinson discussed the controversy surrounding Greene's position in Congress during an appearance on ABC News' 'This Week' Sunday morning.
Authorities at the Los Angeles Fire Department closed the vaccination site's entrance for about one hour on Saturday afternoon, as a precautionary measure.
The popular investment application faced widespread backlash on Thursday, after imposing stock trade restrictions on GameStop, AMC Entertainment Holdings and a handful of other companies.
Senate Democrats have reintroduced a bill that would grant statehood to the district, giving residents a voice in Congress for the first time.
The U.S. Representative from Georgia, a conservative Republican, gun rights proponent and prominent conspiracy theorist, suggested the deadly 2017 shooting occurred as part of a wider effort to strip people of Second Amendment protections.
The telecommunications company said that a fiber cut reported in Brooklyn might be responsible.
Civilians clashed with law enforcement officers in multiple Dutch cities on Monday, as the Netherlands' new COVID-19 mitigation orders continued to cause unrest.