"Everybody says Michigan's a blue state. Michigan is not. It is purple," Rep. Debbie Dingell said.
The House speaker on Tuesday endorsed an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden amid GOP infighting.
The Florida governor and the former president appeared in Iowa over the weekend as the 2024 hopefuls continue their campaigns.
An act passed by Congress in 2002 could result in multiple January 6 cases ultimately being heard by the Supreme Court.
The MyPillow CEO lashed out at lawyers for a former Dominion Voting Systems executive in multiple depositions this year.
A new lawsuit filed with the state Supreme Court is urging the justices to block the possibility of impeachment proceedings against one of their own.
Hurricane Lee is a Category 3 and is expected to weaken but grow in size in the coming days.
Seven people were arrested after they occupied the Republican leader's office in a congressional building on Monday.
A self-proclaimed prophet said she recently received a message from God about how people in power will soon meet "their ultimate destruction."
Cavalcante escaped from the Chester County Prison on August 31, and police continue to search for the convicted murderer.
A court battle in Alabama over the number of majority-Black districts may be pivotal for the Democrats' hope to regain control of the House from the GOP.
One local official likened it to telling kindergartners about the Holocaust.
Trump calls for the GOP to remove the president from office while citing the 25th amendment in wake of American detainees deal with Iran
Counties in nine states, including Kansas, Texas, Georgia and Oklahoma, have hospitalization rates that the CDC classes as "high."
On Monday, President Joe Biden said that he visited Ground Zero the day after 9/11, but there is no evidence to support this claim.
"In the past year and a half, Ukrainian people have become better," singer Oleh Skrypka tells Newsweek.
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Cavalcante, 34, escaped from the Chester County Prison on August 31 while awaiting transfer to state prison.
Around 64 percent of those who have received sentences in relation to the January 6 uprising have been handed jail time.
Entire roadways were submerged and several residents were evacuated as parts of northern Worcester County faced a flash flood emergency.