The jury continues to deliberate in the former police officer's trial in the death of George Floyd.
The former president also called his party "isolationist" and "protectionist" on Tuesday morning.
The one-time presidential candidate died in his sleep at his home in Minneapolis on Monday night.
The former president said he had "tremendous numbers" as he teased another bid for the White House.
The Russian opposition leader was reportedly transferred to a hospital in another prison after his doctor said he could be near death.
The Democratic lawmaker called for protesters to be more confrontational in Brooklyn Center at the weekend.
Amid a growing wave of anti-Asian discrimination and hate crimes, President Joe Biden has faced backlash from some in the Asian American and Pacific Islander community over what's been seen as a slow effort to bring AAPI voices into the White House.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov suggested that John Sullivan, the U.S. ambassador to Russia, return to the United States to consult with the White House in a response to new sanctions the U.S. has placed on Russia.
The largest fundraising committees for Republicans and Democrats in the House and Senate are seeing record hauls for the first quarter of the year.
The TRANSPLANT Act passed the House in a near-unanimous vote on Thursday and the measure has bipartisan support in the Senate.
The Constitution does not set out how many justices are permitted to sit on the court.
The Senate voted 92-6 in favor of progressing the bill, proposed following recent attacks on Asian Americans, to debate.
Rep. Steve Scalise pointed to a historic precedent and affirmed that Rep. Matt Gaetz will be removed from his House committees if the DOJ files charges against him.
Hundreds of companies signed onto a new statement Wednesday to oppose "discriminatory legislation" that would make it harder for people to vote in the U.S.
Stephen Cilurso blamed himself for drinking while using his phone and allegedly conceded to detectives that "my mouth is my worst enemy."
President Joe Biden is facing pushback from some members of Congress who say they weren't briefed on his upcoming announcement that he'll remove U.S. troops from Afghanistan by a new September 11 deadline and have more questions about what will happen in the region.
U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin have agreed to take their icy relationship to the next level in the coming months—a face-to-face meeting in a third country.
The Democratic state leader said he was "closely monitoring" the situation in Brooklyn Center, amid protests sparked by the incident.
Scalise says he has been "alarmed" by what he's seen after leading a delegation of fellow GOP members of Congress to the border.
President Joe Biden is set to release his first budget wish list before members of Congress return next week, giving insight into his policy agenda and marking his stark departure from former President Donald Trump's priorities.
Brian Kemp's approval rating among local Republicans has risen sharply since the bill was signed.
The president's 51-year-old son sought to discredit the contents of the device seized by the FBI in 2019.
A lawyer for Joel Greenberg poked fun while refusing to answer a reporter's question about his client's dealings with Rep. Matt Gaetz.
"People shouldn't be excluded from these important democratic forums simply because an official doesn't like what they have to say," said Katie Fallow from the Knight First Amendment Institute.
Governor Bill Lee signed a bill that will allow most adults in the state to carry a handgun without a permit.
Former President Donald Trump continues to ramp up his feud with Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson, attacking the Republican state leader Thursday over his veto of a bill that targeted people who are transgender.
The former president publicly endorsed the Republican Wisconsin senator to run for re-election in 2022.
The state's Republican governor has signed a bill curbing federal rules deemed to impede the right to bear arms.
The former congresswoman said the ruling could have "massive implications" for women who want to run for office.