The former first lady slammed what she called "partisan and unpatriotic" efforts to limit voting, all while urging the Senate to pass a voting rights bill championed by Democrats
The famous children's author has recently become a flashpoint in debates about so-called "cancel culture."
Read Across America Day is celebrated on Dr. Seuss' birthday and is traditionally synonymous with the author.
Read Across America Day was originally synonymous with the author of "The Cat in the Hat" and "Green Eggs and Ham."
"The world has moved on beyond Biden's core views, the U.S. is no longer the 'indispensable nation,'" former U.S. ambassador James Jeffrey told Newsweek, "intervention by the U.S. in countries' inner politics to promote American values is problematic and typically a failure."
Professor Robert Reich, who served as Labor Secretary under Democratic President Bill Clinton between 1993 and 1997, made the comments on Twitter.
After a year of COVID, every American ought to have a newfound appreciation for the profound physical and psychological effects that extreme social isolation can have on a person.
Tiger won his 82 PGA tournaments and 15 major championships through a span of four U.S. presidents. But Obama and Trump agreeing on something is pretty rare.
Champ Biden, Buddy Clinton, Fala Roosevelt, Yuki Johnson, and Laddie Boy Harding are just some of the dogs that have lived at the White House.
The man who was charged with a felony for identity theft in Tennessee potentially had a history of mental health issues.
"I'm beyond thrilled to share that on March 16, I'll be launching a new show on @Netflix called Waffles + Mochi!," the former first lady tweeted in a surprise announcement on Tuesday.
The former president is now facing a second Senate trial accused of inciting the storming of the Capitol building by a far-right mob on January 6.
A popular group on Reddit allows members to share difficult experiences they've faced involving relatives and friends who believe in QAnon.
Democratic presidents are "more willing to heed historical lessons," but Republicans cling to "magical" tax cuts and deregulation theories during economic downturns, states a new economic analysis.
The new president has taken a number of actions to begin enacting his agenda and to reverse some of the moves of his predecessor.
The pioneering, award-winning actress is today being remembered for her illustrious career that spanned seven decades.
The new president had a front-row seat in watching a bad-faith Republican opposition kill a key health care initiative. Did he learn from that Obamacare retreat?
Ian Benjamin Rogers is being held in state custody in lieu of a $5 million bail as he awaits a preliminary hearing. If convicted, Rogers could face up to 10 years in prison and a fine of $250,000.
Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz said the former presidents could be next in line for impeachment "because that's what we do in Januaries."
Tom Brady skipped White House visits for both Obama and Trump, but it's his early coziness to Trump in the mid 2000s that sparked this pre-Super Bowl spat.
Twitter users say the former first lady is totally done with her stint in the White House after she refused to pose for photographers yesterday.
"I just watched Obama and Mitch McConnell fist bump and I don't know how to feel about it," one viewer tweeted.
The former first lady wore a deep plum outfit by designer Sergio Hudson, sending Twitter into a frenzy.
Brooks also hugged former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton after his "Amazing Grace" performance on Wednesday.
Historically, it's been very difficult to be unpopular in the role of first lady, but Melania Trump recorded a 47 percent unfavorable rating this week.
The president-elect's son Hunter has been regularly brought up by his opponents, but his daughter and sister don't get nearly as much attention.
The newly designed Rose Garden, unveiled by Melania last year, featured paved walkways and white and pastel roses instead of bright floral beds.
"Whatever has happened under Trump's administration must go back to the pre-Trump era," a top Iranian official said.