The former first lady could help her husband hold onto the real estate empire that launched him into fame.
A government shutdown means that about 3.2 million children could lose child care, estimates suggest.
The pressure is now on California Gavin Newsom to pick her replacement as quickly as possible.
State Republicans have voted to oust a colleague for leading the impeachment efforts against Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis.
Within the first couple of hours of the first impeachment hearing, lawmakers began sparring and talking over one another.
"Right now, Captain Applesauce has the codes. Worry about that," former military aide Buzz Patterson said of President Joe Biden.
In an effort to attack Trump's GOP rival, MAGA fans praised Democrat Gavin Newsom ahead of his debate with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
The California Legislature—where Republican staffers make less than Democratic staffers—is the only branch of state government that doesn't allow unionization.
"What the housing market needs now is stability and certainty," NAHB told Congress in a letter urging lawmakers to extend the National Flood Insurance Program.
Raging against Tuesday's court ruling, Trump said his property was worth $300 million more than he initially claimed it to be.
Four of the court's conservative justices disagreed with June's ruling on the congressional maps, but there were no noted dissents on Tuesday.
"This is Operation Deadlock," John Anthony Castro, the Republican presidential candidate challenging Trump's candidacy, said of his plan.
Candidates running for the GOP's 2024 nomination will return to the stage Wednesday night.
"There's absolutely no evidence whatsover that Jews were gassed in the concentration camps," a candidate for the Roseville Area Schools board claimed.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. may not run against Biden in the Democratic primaries but could derail his reelection campaign later in the cycle.
Representative Dean Phillips said, "The country is begging for alternatives."
Mayor Eric Johnson announced he was leaving the Democratic Party, accusing his colleagues of being too focused on virtue signaling.
Experts told Newsweek it's becoming increasingly likely that the court will overturn the landmark 1984 Chevron decision this term.
A new report about Thomas reveals that a secret friendship may have violated federal laws and could impact a significant case before the Supreme Court.
Nearly 20 states have passed legislation or resolutions making summertime hours permanent, but that can't go into effect without a change in federal law.
A claim that Donald Trump ordered his military aides to avoid putting wounded veterans in the spotlight has enraged social media users.
Rupert Murdoch's eldest son has been named his successor as the chairman of the Fox Corporation board and the News Corporation board.
Legal analysts tell Newsweek why the case challenging Trump's candidacy could put the justices in a tough spot that they've historically avoided.
"There is absolutely still a chance of cancellation," Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says in her student loan guide.
The largest household survey in the U.S. is asking the administration to help expand its data collection on gender identity and sexual orientation.