President Joe Biden wants to increase taxes on the wealthy and corporations to help pay for his $4 trillion infrastructure plan.
The voting rights activist and former minority leader wrote eight novels under a pen name before her political career took off.
A legislative ethics committee in Idaho said Thursday that Republican state Representative Aaron von Ehlinger should be formally censured and removed from office as an investigation into allegations of rape continues.
The Republican senator was stopped on a street close to the Capitol by Washington-based student Noah Mitchell, apparently for an impromptu selfie.
Once stripped of its superimposed liberal scar tissue, "Christian nationalism" is actually a rather benign term.
First introduced in 2019, the HR-1, or the For the People Act, is being hailed by some as the next Voting Rights Act, while opponents are pointing to its key provisions as precursors to election fraud and misuse of public funding.
The son of former president Donald Trump urged his supporters to watch his father's first major public appearance since leaving the White House.
Pennsylvania's Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman announced his 2022 bid for Senate on Monday.
China's influence in Hollywood and the American movie industry has spread alarm for some social media users.
Former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders tweeted a campaign video announcing her bid for governor of her native Arkansas.
It covers "political services and membership organization" analysis of public U.S. trademark office records shows.
As he prepares to leave office, Trump's job approval is the lowest of his presidency as roughly two-thirds of Americans disapprove of how he's handled being president.
"What is politically possible" has changed in America, warned Sigmar Gabriel, Germany's former foreign minister.
"The Biden-Harris cabinet, it will be historic," the President-elect said, promising a Cabinet that "looks like America, that taps into the best of America."
"This accomplished team of leaders will bring the highest level of integrity, scientific rigor, and crisis-management experience to one of the toughest challenges America has ever faced," Biden said.
Only 17 percent of Republicans who participated in the poll believed that Republican members of Congress held the best interests of the U.S. at heart.
"The Secret Service would escort him off, they would treat him like any old man who'd wandered on the property," one former official involved in the transition process between former President Barack Obama and Trump told Newsweek.
The study by the Center for Responsive Politics estimates that this year's elections will cost a skyrocketing $14 billion, with Democrats far outspending Republicans.
President Donald Trump on Thursday released a raw and uncut version of his interview with CBS News' 60 Minutes, where he was asked about comments he made toward Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, specifically if he wants to "lock her up."
The topic of mail-in voting has been a point of focus and controversy throughout the 2020 election season.
Hillary Clinton compared President Donald Trump's first term to a reality television show and voters were saying, "You know, we've seen this before."
This year has been anything but normal in the world of politics. That includes members of Congress.
"We'll never forget those incredible people but they will not have died in vain," President Donald Trump said Friday.
Attorney General William Barr said that the usage of mail-in ballots could "open the floodgates of potential fraud."
A Real Clear Politics survey shows the former vice president with an 8.7 percent lead over Trump in Michigan, but some state Democrats say they are not feeling overconfident.
The poll, which was conducted The Economist and YouGov, surveyed 1,500 U.S. adults from March 15 to March 17.
The Ronald Reagan Legacy Project's goal is to get something—anything—named for Reagan in each of the more than 3,100 U.S. counties. Obama? Well, there are some schools and a shaved ice treat. Here's why.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo refused to discuss whether or not he had ever defended former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch in a Friday interview on National Public Radio.
Presidential candidate released a new campaign video Tuesday, offering advice on dealing with political arguments with family during Thanksgiving.
Karl Eversmeyer, a GOP candidate running for township committee in Westampton, says the photos were taken out of context and that he will not "give in" to Democrats' demands.