Over the years some interesting amendments to the Constitution have been proposed, including trying to make divorce illegal in 1914.
Kids should avoid this house as the owners put up a sign saying: "If you want candy, GET A JOB!!"
"Sean loves the people of Wisconsin, and would be virtually unbeatable," the former president touted in a statement.
"Advanced, civilized countries are orderly and they're clean—people don't throw McDonald's out the window," Carlson said on "Vince & Jason Save The Nation."
"If we're going to solve problems facing the American people, we have to be able to work together," said the Democratic senator from Delaware.
The U.S. Senate has formally agreed to avert a looming debt crisis—but just for two months.
The U.S. Senate appears to have narrowly avoided a federal financial crisis—pushing off the vote on the debt ceiling until December.
Congress has until October 18 to raise the ceiling or risk default that would have widespread economic consequences.
President Joe Biden and Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell find themselves in a tense relationship, as Biden tries to get Congress to approve his agenda.
"The bottom line is, it's very simple, it's on his shoulders," the Senate's majority leader said about its minority leader.
Senator might have shot down Democrats' hopes of passing this week a $1.2 trillion infrastructure package that's a main part of President Joe Biden's agenda.
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez isn't yet on board with House Democratic leaders' plan to hold a vote Thursday on a bipartisan infrastructure package.
Democratic leaders face a critical crossroads this week as they try to pull together support on two of President Joe Biden's sweeping proposals while trying to prevent a federal government shutdown and a debt crisis.
FedEx condemned the driver's actions to Newsweek and confirmed that he no longer works for the company, after he boasted about refusing to deliver parcels on TikTok.
The House speaker is defending an abortion rights bill the House is expected to take up this week.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib, the only Palestinian-American member of Congress, was rebuked by other members for saying, "the Israeli government is an apartheid regime."
Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said that the Department of Defense hasn't discovered anything untoward about the revelations from the forthcoming book Peril.
Vaccine hesitancy among teens could be a microcosm of vaccine hesitancy in America: unvaccinated people have a low perceived severity of COVID-19.
Many people said they've lost friends over the course of the pandemic, with vaccination status being a leading reason.
"I am absolutely against a government mandate on the vaccine...This is not the role of the government," said Alabama Republican Governor Kay Ivey.
Mark Meadows, the North Carolina representative who left Congress to become Donald Trump's chief of staff, has vowed to fight the new federal vaccine mandates.
The president wants more vaccine shots, more testing, more masking and more treatments to combat the pandemic.
The president said the economy badly needs Congress to pass his legislative agenda and pointed out that jobs have been created every month of his administration.
Bette Midler, Barbra Streisand, Mark Ruffalo, Alyssa Milano and other stars are backing Gavin Newsom ahead of California's recall election.
In a speech Tuesday, President Joe Biden defended his decision to stick to this week's deadline to end America's longest war and pull troops from Afghanistan after nearly two decades.
More than 122,000 people—Americans and Afghan allies—have been evacuated from the country in recent weeks.
Partisans of the Right and Left need to recognize the distance between their favored narratives and the problems that keep working-class Americans up at night.
"We do not believe it is exorbitantly high," said Pentagon spokesman John Kirby about the number of terrorists among those evacuating Afghanistan.
President Biden may extend the American Rescue Plan, scheduled to end on Labor Day, September 6.
The Biden administration can't say whether U.S. forces are facing a strict deadline to leave Afghanistan by a certain date to prevent the Taliban or other insurgents from attacking.