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.
"Are you going to let me answer a question?" Fauci said as he tried to answer Paul's endless line of questioning on Thursday.
Biden is looking for other paths to lower rising gas prices without sacrificing his promise to combat climate change.
Trump argued it would only be fair for networks to give him the same amount of time that the January 6 commission was being given for its hearings.
The Georgia Senate candidate, an outspoken critic of fatherless households, defended his decision to publicly disclose only one of his multiple children.
"President Biden always stands up to bullies. And that's what these extreme MAGA laws and policies do—they bully kids," administration officials said.
"I welcome support from African Americans. What can I say?" Florida Governor Ron DeSantis told the press on Wednesday.
The American Petroleum Institute's CEO called Biden's energy agenda "misguided," saying, "The American people need a different direction to solve this crisis."
Congressman Tom Rice loses GOP primary, joining four other House Republicans who won't hold office next term.
Burns, who was not endorsed by Trump despite his longstanding support for the former president, faced defeat in his second congressional bid.
Trump congratulated the congresswoman on her primary win even after she beat out his endorsed candidate in the House race.
Reed sarcastically responded to the congressman, thanking Trump for getting him out of Russia. Reed was released back in April under the Biden administration.
The South Carolina representative, who lost Tuesday's primary, was one of 10 House Republicans to vote to impeach Trump for his alleged role in the Capitol riot.
Members of the House committee investigating the January 6 Capitol riot, however, have expressed a desire to see the DOJ prosecute Trump.
Hogg said a bipartisan proposal on gun laws, if passed in its current form, is "more than has ever been done in my lifetime on the federal level."