NorthShore Highland Park Hospital is treating more than 30 people who were injured in Monday's shooting.
In a new op-ed, Senator Romney warned that a second Trump term would render the nation's "malady of denial, deceit, and distrust" incurable.
Officials have reported that multiple people were shot at a Fourth of July parade in the Chicago suburb.
Newsom's ad in Florida appeared to be well-received by Democrats, who suggested they want the party to follow in the California governor's footsteps.
The Kremlin said it would "hardly be considered appropriate" for Russia to wish Biden a happy Independence Day.
Last July, President Joe Biden made a series of inaccurate predictions on the pandemic, the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and rising inflation.
The latest poll found DeSantis with his best showing yet for a 2024 bid, but Trump retained the top spot among Republicans.
Freshman Congresswoman Mary Miller beat out her opponent in a rare incumbent-versus-incumbent House race on Tuesday.
The Democratic governor may have had more to do with the Trump candidate's primary win than the former president did.
Giuliani has emerged as a wild card in the Republican primary for governor of New York.
Nearly 80 percent of Democrats said Friday's decision on abortion makes them more likely to vote in November—24 points higher than Republicans.
Goldberg is not the first to allude to Thomas' silence on the landmark ruling in Loving v. Virginia that protects interracial marriages in the U.S.
"It's devastating to know that all that hard work and all the sacrificing, we're right back to where we were 50 years ago," Melissa Mills said.
Over the weekend, Trump will stump for one of his endorsed candidates, freshman Representative Mary Miller, who thanked him for Friday's SCOTUS ruling.
Less than 10 minutes after the Court's ruling was released, Missouri became the first state to invoke a trigger law banning abortions.
Missouri became the first state to invoke its trigger law banning all abortions in the state, except for in cases of medical emergencies.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky had stressed that "in many respects, the fate of the Donbas is being decided" in Severodonetsk.
Some GOP senators are taking a political gamble on the bill. Gun safety activists told Newsweek that if those votes come through, "we'll have their back."
Frank Luntz said the hearings are even affecting some Republican voters, who are moving on from Trump to other 2024 hopefuls.
The lack of regulation has long been appealing to cryptocurrency investors, but now industry leaders are changing their tune.
Trump's endorsement remains the most powerful in the GOP, but "political winds can change quickly," pushing politicians to "act accordingly."
The Federal Reserve chairman spoke on the likelihood of a recession, whether interest rates will rise again and how unemployment factors in.
Abrams scored another win in Tuesday's primary runoffs, proving just how powerful the voting rights activist remains in the state.
Jarome Bell lost in Tuesday's GOP primary in Virginia's 2nd Congressional District—a district that Republicans see as key to taking back the House.
A gas tax cut won't do much to fix high prices driven by a supply shock. Experts warn it could actually make inflation worse.
Trump will head to downstate Illinois on June 25 to stump for his congressional candidate Mary Miller.
Trump insisted that his inner circle had "defended [him] for eight hours" in their testimony to the January 6 commission.
Only 20 percent of Americans think the U.S. economy is not in a recession.
Ron Baron likened the economic opportunity Friday to the one he had when he founded his investment management firm in 1982.