The president asked the FTC to investigate whether Americans are paying more for gas "because of anti-competitive or otherwise potentially illegal conduct."
The new document has generated controversy since the bishops' assembly first decided to begin drafting it in June.
President Biden has said he expects to run for another term—but he will be 81 years old during the next election, making him one of the oldest candidates ever.
Trump, who threatened to withhold endorsements from Congressional Republicans, called McConnell a "fool" who should have resigned a "long time ago."
Today, the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gas is $3.413—more than a dollar higher than the average price one year ago.
China's Foreign Ministry echoed recent comments by Xi Jinping, who said both China and the U.S. stood to lose from confrontation.
A POLITICO/Morning Consult poll points to doubts among voters about the president's fitness for office.
Some 80 million acres of federal waters are up for grabs in the Gulf of Mexico Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Lease Sale 257.
China's Foreign Ministry responded Wednesday after President Biden said Taiwan was "independent," and that the U.S. would not change its "one China" policy.
Blinken is on a three-nation visit to Africa with a focus on easing conflicts, including the ongoing civil war in Ethiopia.
Louisiana Solicitor General Elizabeth Murrill told Newsweek Biden's administration had "attacked the entire fossil fuel industry" by trying to prevent the sale. But environmental campaigners want Biden to do more.
The former president gave an interview with MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell in which the pair discussed false claims of election fraud.
In this daily series, Newsweek explores the steps that led to the January 6 Capitol Riot.
"There once was a small 'man' named Ted / who in a crisis to Mexico fled," one trolling poem began.
"Our nation's recycling system is in need of critical improvements to better serve the American people," EPA Administrator Michael S. Regan said in a statement.
The president told reporters that "we're not going to change our policy at all."
Democrats are hoping that the passage of a signature portion of President Joe Biden's agenda will lift up sagging poll numbers heading into next year's midterm elections.
Meadows is yet to comply with a subpoena from the House committee that wants to examine his personal phone and email from the day of the insurrection.
Donald "Kirk" Hartle admitted to voting twice in November 2020. He was able to do so by voting early with a ballot mailed to his dead wife.
Patrick Leahy is retiring after eight terms in the U.S. Senate, giving Vermont the chance to fill a Congressional seat for the first time since 2006.
Yellen told lawmakers in a letter that her newest deadline of December 15 came after the enactment of President Joe Biden's $1 trillion infrastructure bill.
Manchin said that inflation had hit West Virginians "extremely hard" when asked about Biden's plan one day after a poll showed his home state approval rating exceeded 60 percent.
The Arizona Republican also admitted that he hasn't apologized to Representative Ocasio-Cortez for the controversial video depicting her death.
Catholic leaders in the U.S. have said they do not plan to provide a national policy regarding which politicians can or cannot receive Communion.
The case will decide on the constitutionality of mandates for workplaces with 100 or more employees.
President Joe Biden spoke in New Hampshire Tuesday as he starts a tour to promote the $1 trillion infrastructure bill he signed into law Monday.
A couple of weeks ago, Stacey Abrams' political organization quietly pulled off a political master stroke.
The clerk of the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict litigation, John W. Nichols, pulled a ping-pong ball from a bin to select where the case would be heard.
"It's time for me to come home. Time for me to be more than a weekend wife, mother and friend," Speier said.