The issue with the most obvious solution to Biden's problem is that it has its own political cost—one that requires him to have to sacrifice an economic win.
A number of senators intervened in the White House's plan to replace David Beasley as the head of the World Food Program.
"Every once in a while, something you learn makes you viscerally angry," Biden said from America's busiest port on Friday.
Experts have added that charges in Fulton County could be the first of several brought against Trump.
The former president previously said he did not know what Ivanka told the January 6 committee but called her being asked to testify a "shame and harassment."
Putin has held a direct line with the Russian public every year but one since 2001. This week, he postponed the event without a future date set.
The first 15 restaurants under the new rebranding are set to open in Moscow on Sunday.
The former president slammed the January 6 committee hours before the first public hearing, accusing lawmakers of a "political HOAX."
Experts say the panel should present evidence on every person involved in January 6 "regardless of who they were or how powerful their voice is these days."
Not only are Americans more worried about issues like inflation, more than half describe themselves as "burned out" over U.S. politics.
In his Sunday sermon, Pastor Dillon Awes of the Stedfast Baptist Church said that all gay people in America should be "lined up" and executed.
GOP candidate Blake Masters suggested that a third of the pro-Trump mob at the Captiol on January 6 were "FBI agents hanging out."
Conservatives criticized Schumer over his 2020 remarks on Wednesday after an armed man was arrested outside the Supreme Court justice's home in Maryland.
The rising rates of crime and homelessness in two of California's major cities have created a problematic situation for progressive candidates.
"We've done enough," Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov said on Tuesday as he doubled down on his position not to send military aid to Ukraine.
Fetterman's ads come just days after Senate Republicans launched political attacks on the Senate candidate.
"We do have a gun violence problem in this country, and it's gang violence," Senate hopeful Blake Masters said. "Very often, you know, Black people, frankly."
Republicans tried to remove Newsom from office last year. On Tuesday, those voters will have a second chance to pick who will run against him in the general.
The billionaire, who became a Democrat this year, is behind Representative Karen Bass but up 14 points in the latest poll on the primary race.
The governor defended his veto of $35 million in funding for a new training camp after the MLB team donated $50,000 to a gun safety organization.
"Apparently kids can handle learning about a virgin birth, but not seeing two moms on TV," the petition reads.
Cornyn said "it will be embarrassing" if the Senate can't agree on a legislative response to the recent mass shootings.
Biden spent the week pushing an optimistic message on the U.S. economy, but his detractors are warning Americans: "You better brace yourself."
Arizona AG Mark Brnovich may be raising concerns over the 2020 election now that he's running for Senate. But for Trump, it's too little, too late.
"This is just a stall tactic from Governor Abbott," state Senator Roland Gutierrez, who represents Uvalde, said on Tuesday.
Russian troops reportedly robbed Ukrainians of personal items during their occupation of the Kyiv suburb.
Kemp narrowly beat Abrams four years ago by 0.4 points, or 54,723 votes. Trump's refusal to back Kemp might give Abrams what she needs to win this time.
The withdrawal marks the end of nearly three decades of bilateral partnership with Norway.
Abbott has previously ordered special sessions to address matters ranging from abortion laws to a transgender sports ban, among other issues.
Trump's efforts to dismiss claims of Russia collusion were dealt two blows this week thanks to a newly-released DOJ report and an acquittal for Sussmann.