McCarthy's comments come on the same day that Trump for the first time is favored in a hypothetical election rematch against President Biden, per one new poll.
The speech was billed by a close Putin adviser as one that would "determine the fate of Russia."
U.S. bishops voted unanimously to revise medical guidelines that could impact health care for some within the LGBTQ+ community at Catholic-based hospitals.
Russian President Vladimir Putin referred to a coup attempt by his own nation's mercenaries as "treason."
"When pregnancy naturally occurs, that's nature doing what nature does," Wisconsin state Representative Chuck Wichgers said Wednesday.
A 2018 email exchange between Rush and a deep-sea expert nearly led to legal action.
"If even half of these allegations are true, they would substantially undermine the credibility of the investigation," attorney Jonathan Turley told Newsweek.
One of the most beloved animated movie franchises is once again in the legal spotlight.
The House Republicans' relationship has gone downhill since the GOP officially took over the majority in January.
The New York congressman received financial help from individuals close to him.
House Republicans recently threatened to hold Christopher Wray in contempt for not providing documents allegedly related to Joe and Hunter Biden.
OceanGate CEO Stockton Rush, 61, is one of five aboard a submersible missing since Sunday.
A nonprofit has sued the Department of Education for not releasing records related to incarcerated individuals who have student loan debt.
The missing Titanic submersible has been mocked for using a seemingly basic controller, though U.S. nuclear submarines have used similar technology for years.
"We need to encourage people to get into the military who love their country, who want to fight and possibly die for their nation," said Rep. Mark Alford.
"My guess is that Donald Trump would actually get a much better deal if he were to plead guilty, too, but of course he's not...," a Cornell law professor said.
The former Democratic supporter has reached out to conservative lawmakers to tell her side of the alleged sexual encounter between her and President Biden.
Wickes' chief operating officer is defending his views even after stock prices for the company took a plunge on Friday.
The former Burisma associate sought by the House Oversight Committee has faced his own legal problems.
Republican members of Congress believe an FBI document might be a smoking gun for alleged wrongdoing by Joe and Hunter Biden, though doubt exists.
As the Biden administration awaits a major Supreme Court decision on student loan forgiveness, Republicans and Democrats have introduced new legislation.
A Utah law targeting "pornographic or indecent" content in books led to a school district banning the King James version of the Bible.
Donald Trump's alleged activity at his New Jersey golf club could lead to further legal action, attorneys argue.
The incident happened after the former president was arraigned on federal charges in Miami.
The moderator described the political candidate's refusal as "sheer ignorance."
"These people have made the statements and defenses despite the facts in the indictment," a former Watergate prosecutor told Newsweek.