House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy was asked on Tuesday about how he hadn't yet condemned former President Donald Trump for having dinner a week ago with Nick Fuentes, a White nationalist and Holocaust denier.
The Supreme Court of South Carolina has ordered former Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows to testify before a special grand jury investigating efforts to overturn the 2020 election in Georgia.
President Joe Biden said Tuesday he is "confident" a rail strike will be avoided while meeting with the top four congressional leaders, though any one senator could slow down the process of approving legislation that would avert such a strike -- and at least one said he was planning to do so.
Republican Gov. Brian Kemp of Georgia sits down with CNN's Kaitlan Collins to discuss his state's runoff Senate election between the GOP's Herschel Walker and Democratic incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock.
In the final stretch of the midterm elections, President Joe Biden repeatedly blasted Republicans on the issues of Social Security and Medicare.
Republicans and Democrats are coming together to protect same-sex marriage from the Supreme Court through the Respect for Marriage Act. But there is a fair amount of fine print, including religious exceptions.
When President Joe Biden and French President Emmanuel Macron walked into a small holding room on the margins of the Global Fund conference in New York this fall, their aides had only allotted 10 minutes for the two men to briefly touch base.
The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals Tuesday said the Air Force had a "uniform" practice of denying service members' religious exemption requests to the Pentagon's COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
After a year that saw record number of border crossings, it appears that the Biden administration's immigration woes are only increasing as 2022 comes to a close.
Louisiana aims to be the first state in America to prohibit outright any non-U.S. citizen voting statewide, a move toward election integrity red states may consider.
Senator Ted Cruz, R-Texas, introduced an amendment to the Senate's Respect for Marriage Act regarding the risks of incestuous, polygamous, and child marriage under the law.
The Senate on Tuesday passed the Respect for Marriage Act Tuesday in a bipartisan vote, which will codify the right to same-sex marriage into federal law.
New York City landlords may soon be prohibited from performing criminal background checks on prospective tenants.
Former President Trump fired back at Mitch McConnell on Tuesday after the minority leader criticized him for having dinner with White nationalist Nick Fuentes and Kanye West.
Former President Donald Trump will participate in a tele rally for Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker, but will not campaign for him in person before the December runoff.
Freedom Caucus members are supporting a rule change that would make it easier to fire or slash the salary of federal workers, and are already naming some targets.
A White former Seattle employee has filed a federal lawsuit against the city claiming it discriminated against him due to the color of his skin.
In rare, bipartisan agreement, Congressional leaders are saying they will intervene to avoid a potentially debilitating rail strike. NBC News’ Tom Costello has more details on how a strike could impact the economy and supply chain.
The Senate on Tuesday passed landmark legislation that would codify federal protections for marriages between same-sex and interracial couples.
A federal jury found Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes and member Kelly Meggs guilty of seditious conspiracy in connection with the Jan. 6 Capitol attack.
The Republican National Committee is moving forward with a post-election audit designed to examine the GOP’s underwhelming performance in the recent midterms.
Mitch McConnell denounced Trump Tuesday over his decision to host Ye and white supremacist Nick Fuentes for dinner last week.
President Joe Biden’s top donors complained of being shut out for most of his first two years in the White House, but that is changing ahead of 2024.
Donald Trump's dinner with Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, and white nationalist Nick Fuentes, turned into a PR nightmare. Here's the story of what happened.
President Joe Biden stepped up calls for Congress to avert a looming rail strike in a meeting at the White House Tuesday with top lawmakers.
Former Trump deputy White House chief of staff Tony Ornato is appearing before the Jan. 6 committee and could be questioned about an incident in Trump's SUV on the day of the riot.
A judge rejected Trump’s argument he has “absolute immunity” from a lawsuit alleging he committed civil rights violations in challenging the 2020 election.
House and Senate leaders said they plan to take up a bill quickly to avert a national rail strike before Dec. 9.
In a meeting with top congressional leaders, President Biden said lawmakers need to put the brakes on a potential railroad strike. A strike could cost the U.S. economy at least $2 billion per day. Ed O'Keefe shares the latest.
A federal jury found Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes guilty of seditious conspiracy for his role in trying to overturn the 2020 election. Scott MacFarlane has the details.
Codefendant Kelly Meggs was also found guilty, while three others were acquitted on seditious conspiracy and found guilty of other crimes related to Jan. 6.
Majority of rail workers were holding out for better conditions, but Biden has called for Congress to overrule them.
The vote was 61-36, with a number of Republican senators choosing not to vote.
The former president had dinner at his Mar-a-Lago resort with white nationalist Nick Fuentes and rapper Kanye West.
The Senate race between Democratic incumbent Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker will be decided in a runoff on Dec. 6.
Concerns about crime have put the city's mental health crisis in the spotlight.
Iran has for the first time reported that more than 300 people have died in over two months of protests sparked by the death of Mahsa Amini in police custody.
President Biden visited Michigan, a presidential battleground state, to tout the growth in manufacturing jobs during his tenure.
Texas sued the Biden administration after it said agents would prioritize for deportation only recent border crossers and those deemed a threat to public safety.
The panel of seven men and five women deliberated for three days before finding Rhodes and a co-defendant guilty of conspiring to oppose by force the lawful transition of presidential power.
The bipartisan measure would repeal the Defense of Marriage Act, which defined marriage as being between one man and one woman.
The top two Republicans in Congress condemned former president Donald Trump's dinner with Ye and Nick Fuentes, who have both espoused antisemitic views.
For Donald Trump, it’s one legal battle after another. Let’s check in on the status of several key investigations involving the former president as he mounts his 2024 campaign to return to the White House.
A new set of advisers is focused on presenting a diverse face for the party — as the autopsy a decade ago recommended.
This is how it tends to work with the right-leaning network.
Fresh from a midterm success, the president begins crafting a message that touts his first-term record.
Our era of flip-flopping congressional control means more incentive to get things done while still in the majority.
Mr. Ornato, a former Secret Service agent and White House aide, is at the center of a dispute over competing accounts of President Donald J. Trump’s actions.
The 61-to-36 vote sends the legislation back to the House, which is expected to approve it and send it to President Biden.
A jury in federal court in Washington convicted Stewart Rhodes, the leader of the far-right militia, and one of his subordinates for a plot to keep Donald Trump in power.
As billions in government subsidies were at stake, the electric utility industry shed its opposition to clean-air regulation and put its lobbying muscle behind passing President Biden’s climate bill.
The Republican Senate candidate listed his Atlanta residence on public records as a rental property in 2021, while receiving a homestead exemption in Texas.
American officials said they hoped the commitment would spur allies to make similar donations, as many Ukrainians head into winter without power or water.
Democratic and Republican leaders prepared to intercede as President Biden warned the prospect of a strike next month had put the U.S. economy “at risk.”
The justices wrestled with questions about states’ standing to sue, whether the guidelines were lawful and the limits of judicial power over immigration.
The aspiring Republican House speaker disavowed the prominent white nationalist Nick Fuentes and his ideology, but declined to directly criticize former President Donald J. Trump for meeting with him.
Twelve Republicans joined Democrats in passing historic legislation to protect LGBTQ couples from Supreme Court conservatives going rogue again.
The South Carolina Supreme Court said Donald Trump's former White House chief of staff offered legal arguments that were “manifestly without merit.”
The Senate GOP leader stated only that “anyone” getting together with white nationalists is “highly unlikely to ever be elected president."
The federal government hopes to appoint an interim third party in charge of managing the problem with Jackson's water system.
Planned Parenthood, Demand Justice and other groups said allegations surrounding Justice Samuel Alito “pose serious ethical concerns” for the court.
The party of paid family leave finds itself in a very awkward position.
The case of U.S. v. Texas centers around a policy that prioritizes spending limited resources on deporting people who are deemed safety risks.
When Republicans take over the House next year, Democrats will lose control of the committee that sued for the former president’s tax returns.
The Utah senator responded to the former president's meeting with Kanye West and white supremacist Nick Fuentes.
"No insult intended to toddlers," the St. Louis Post-Dispatch wrote in an editorial call to "toddler-proof" the House before Republicans take over.
The BBC on Monday cited a recent study about child abuse surging in the Philippines during the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic as disturbing evidence of a problem that may have metastasized around the world.
The Republican National Committee (RNC) has gathered an array of influential Republicans to review the Republican Party's lackluster midterm election performance.
Supporters of the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA), a bill that would allow corporate media companies to band together in a cartel to collude with Big Tech companies like Facebook and Google, are mounting a last-ditch effort to pass the bill before Republicans take control of the House of Representatives next year, including the undemocratic possibility of adding the JCPA to a so-called "must pass" bill like defense spending.
Thirteen attorneys general and Consumers' Research on Tuesday filed two motions to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to stop Vanguard from purchasing shares in publicly traded utilities.
President Joe Biden said Tuesday that people were only starting to see the effects of his multi-trillion dollar spending agenda, despite Americans continuing to struggle with higher prices from inflation.
Georgia’s U.S. Senate runoff saw a record amount of votes cast on a single during early voting on Monday, significantly surpassing the previous record.
Boston Children’s Hospital doctor Eric Fleegler, one of the authors of a study looking at firearm-related deaths in the United States, observed that it took coronavirus just a "couple of years" to kill as many people as died in firearm-related incidents over the past three decades.
Left-wing actor Jim Carrey, who's spent years posting conservative-bashing art work from his Twitter announced on Tuesday that he is "leaving Twitter." Carrey didn't give a reason but follows a flood of other A-list celebrities leaving the platform following Elon Musk's takeover.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) signed an executive order on Tuesday banning the Chinese social media app Tiktok from state government devices.
Officials in Maricopa County, Arizona, unanimously certified the results of the November 8 elections on Monday.