Former President Bill Clinton will remain at University of California Irvine Medical Center in Orange, California, for at least one more night, and is expected to be discharged Sunday, his spokesperson Angel Ureña said in a statement Saturday on Twitter.
Four Republican lawmakers who voted to impeach or convict former President Donald Trump over his role in the January 6 attack on the US Capitol outraised the candidates he has endorsed to oust them, new campaign filings show.
Terry McAuliffe did not mince words about what he needed from Virginia voters on Friday night.
The Clean Electricity Performance Program, the cornerstone climate policy in Democrats' massive social safety net package, will likely be dropped from the final budget deal after pushback from Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia, three congressional sources told CNN.
Glenn Youngkin, the Republican candidate for governor in Virginia, has pitched himself as a businessman and a political outsider.
Terry McAuliffe, the former governor of Virginia, is vying for another shot at leading the commonwealth, a place that bars governors from serving successive terms.
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The committee investigating the January 6 attack on the US Capitol had a big week.
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington has filed a Hatch Act complaint against White House press secretary Jen Psaki, alleging that she appeared to have endorsed Terry McAuliffe during a White House press briefing on Thursday.
President Joe Biden on Friday said those who refuse subpoenas from the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection should be prosecuted by the Justice Department.
President Biden appears to be relying more on his former boss as the White House comes under increased pressure to improve the nation's economy and outlook on the future of the Democratic Party.
Four out of the eight members of the U.S Commission on Civil Rights have penned a letter to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland, chastising him for his recent memo regarding parents who protest school boards.
Former President Bill Clinton will remain in the hospital for another night to receive antibiotics and is expected to be discharged Sunday, according to his spokesperson.
The Biden administration announced Friday that it is giving another $20 million to Mexico and Central America in aid for the hundreds of thousands of migrants and refugees in the region -- including money for healthcare, shelter, and legal aid.
Hillary Clinton was joined by her daughter Chelsea as they visited former President Bill Clinton in the hospital Saturday. Clinton remains in the hospital as he's treated for a urological sepsis infection.
President Biden’s pick to lead Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will face scrutiny from senators at his confirmation hearing next week, and immigration hawks are raising concerns about what they call his "downright dangerous" record opposing police cooperation with federal immigration enforcement.
President Biden on Saturday paid tribute to America's fallen police officers, telling families that their loss is also America’s loss, speaking at the 40th Annual National Peace Officers’ Memorial Service in front of the U.S. Capitol -- and warning that police departments need more resources.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) and White House press secretary Jen Psaki are doing damage control after President Biden told reporters Friday evening that anyone who defies a congressional subpoena should be prosecuted.
Protesters jeered Biden repeatedly in Connecticut: first at Hartford’s airport, then at a childcare center and finally at the University of Connecticut.
The Pentagon has offered condolence payments to the surviving family members of the 10 innocent civilians, including seven children, who were accidentally killed in a U.S. airstrike in Afghanistan in late August.
"All health indicators are trending in the right direction," a spokesman said, as the ex-president continued to receive antibiotics for an infection.
Decision isn't final yet, but spending bill negotiators are working on other ways to achieve cuts in greenhouse gas emissions.
The supply chain shortages hitting the entire country are leaving school cafeterias short of items from utensils to syrup packets.
The issue is particularly animating campaigns for secretary of state in electoral battlegrounds that narrowly backed Biden over Trump in 2020.
Former President Bill Clinton is said to be in good spirits after sources tell NBC News he was diagnosed with a urological infection that spread into his bloodstream. In a joint statement, Clinton’s doctors said that he’s “responding to antibiotics well.”
Officer Michael Angelo Riley was charged Friday with trying to protect someone later accused of illegally entering the Capitol during the riot.
The Supreme Court declined in early September to block the law, which went into effect on Sept. 1.
British lawmaker David Amess was stabbed to death Friday while holding a regular meeting with constituents, police said, in a killing that has shaken the
President Biden spoke about his Build Back Better Agenda and the importance of child care during a visit to a school in Connecticut. The president felt optimistic a deal would be reached but admitted it would be less than the original $3.5 trillion investment.
As Hispanic Heritage Month comes to an end Friday, prominent Latino creators and lawmakers are reminding Americans of what's at stake it comes to representation.
Infighting among congressional Democrats and the White House has not only stalled President Biden’s trillion-dollar infrastructure bill — it has also forced revisions on other initiatives. Debra Alfarone reports from the White House.
Representative Pramila Jayapal discuss the ongoing bipartisan infrastructure bill negotiations, as well as a potentially watered down "soft infrastructure" bill that would provide better social safety nets for Americans on this week's episode of "The Takeout with Major Garrett."
Violence broke out in Lebanon over the investigation into a massive explosion at a Beirut port that killed more than 200 people last year. The violent protests left at least seven dead and dozens injured. Holly Williams reports.
The latest CBS News polling released this week shows McAuliffe leading his opponent by just three points among likely voters, 50% to 47%, within the margin of error.
The controversial bill will head to Governor Greg Abbott's desk if the state house approves an amendment to the legislation's terminology.
British lawmaker Sir David Amess died after being stabbed multiple times while meeting with constituents. Charlie D'Agata has more.
Mr. Clinton was admitted to the hospital on Tuesday evening to receive treatment for a non-COVID-related infection.
The Biden administration plans to ask the Supreme Court to block a controversial abortion law in Texas after a federal appeals court let the law stand.
Former President Bill Clinton's condition is improving after he was hospitalized for an infection. President Joe Biden said he spoke with Mr. Clinton and the former president is "doing well." Lilia Luciano has the latest.
The law bans abortions once cardiac activity is detected, around six weeks.
Clinton was hospitalized Tuesday for sepsis, an infection of the bloodstream, an aide said.
At a memorial service for the National Peace Officers, Biden honored the 500 officers killed.
The pieces of his plan are broadly popular, but new polling shows a waning in support for an expansive government. That adds another challenge as negotiations on the package continue.
As states conduct baseless audits, restrict voting and pave the way for political influence over future elections, advocates and some Democrats fear Biden is missing the urgency of the threat.
The Pentagon has pledged to make undisclosed “ex gratia condolence payments” to Afghan families, after a botched drone strike in August.
The debate between the two senators reflects ongoing tensions between the Democratic Party’s liberal and moderate factions, which have held up President Biden’s ambitious domestic agenda.
Several former Trump aides have defied the congressional panel's requests for records and testimony about the Jan. 6 insurrection.
In a speech in Connecticut, Biden recalled the Nuremberg trials and restated America’s role in promoting rights globally. But he also alluded to challenges to those rights at home and abroad.
White House group met Friday to begin assembling a report to President Biden on options for change.
The transportation secretary and his husband became parents in August, welcoming a baby boy and girl.
The U.S. military cemetery at Guantánamo Bay offers a history of the century-old base — minus the outpost’s war-on-terror mission.
Though the state is getting bluer, voters’ exhaustion is imperiling the former governor’s comeback attempt against his Republican rival, Glenn Youngkin.
Republicans in Virginia are saying what their nominee for governor will not: The governor’s race is a proxy for Mr. Trump’s grievances.
The story of 8-year-old Asma, injured by a U.S. tear-gas canister, echoes the heartbreak and heroism of the 20-year American misadventure in Afghanistan.
As President Biden and his allies in Congress work to whittle down the size of their ambitious domestic plans, Democrats must sell a bill without knowing precisely what will be in it.
The main House war chests for both Democrats and Republicans have a combined $128 million in the bank — more than double the sum at this point in 2020.
The date helps clarify the end to restrictions that had walled off tourists and relatives seeking to visit their families in the United States.
A federal voucher program is at risk of being sharply scaled back as the White House seeks to slash its social policy package to appease two centrist senators.
The Pentagon offered unspecified amounts to relatives of the 10 civilians who died in Aug. 29 attack and agreed to help relocate those who want to move to the U.S.
The districts would be among the most gerrymandered in the country. The Republican-friendly seat held by Representative Adam Kinzinger, a Trump antagonist, would be eliminated.
Former McCain staffers weigh in on the the late senator’s legacy.
Charlie Sykes slammed Texas, Florida and Arizona Republicans for competing in "the most hair-on-fire culture war games.”
The Fox News personality offered a fake apology following criticism of his homophobic and misogynistic remark about the transportation secretary.
Before and after photos of the course reveal dramatic change.
President Joe Biden's comments marked his clearest remarks yet on how he hopes negotiations over the bill will play out.
Ken Kurson allegedly hacked into his estranged wife's online accounts during a bitter divorce.
"I guess he just doesn’t understand the concept of bottle feeding," the transportation secretary said.
Trump was up to his old rhetorical tricks in a speech to the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
A congressional committee has set a vote to recommend criminal contempt charges against Steve Bannon after he defied the panel’s subpoena.
An aide said the former president is in good spirits.
On Saturday's edition of Newsmax TV's "The Count," Breitbart News editor-in-chief Alex Marlow, author of Breaking the News: Exposing the Establishment Media’s Hidden Deals and Secret Corruption, said Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg was absurdly "indignant" that people thinking someone in charge of running a government agency shouldn't be taking two months off during a crisis.
Rep. Cori Bush has continued to call for defunding the police even as reports show she has spent almost $130,000 on personal security.
President Joe Biden's job approval continues to crash with a new low of 36.4 percent during the first nine months of his presidency, according to a Zogby poll, after facing a botched Afghanistan withdrawal, and more recently, a supply chain crisis.
A California high school is training students in truck driving amid a national shortage of drivers in the industry.
On Saturday’s broadcast of “Fox News Live,” Rep. Tony Gonzales (R-TX) said that he is pleased to see the Biden administration move towards reinstituting the Remain in Mexico policy, but the administration needs to be held accountable, and “What we
Friday on FNC's "The Ingraham Angle," Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) warned there were perils associated with big government socialism.
A plurality of American voters believe natural immunity provides just as much protection as a coronavirus vaccine, a Trafalgar Group survey released Friday found.
The ongoing feud between moderate Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) and socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) heated up this week when Manchin blasted the "out of stater" Sanders for touting President Biden's "Build Back Better" agenda in a West Virginia op-ed.
Scott Ziegler, the superintendent of Virginia's embattled Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS), said that the school district has "failed" to provide a safe environment for its students. The superintendent's comments were in response to local parents outraged over how reports of two sexual assaults were handled inside schools. Following the superintendent's statement, board member Beth Barts, who previously targeted parents who are against Critical Race Theory in schools, resigned from her position.
The Baltimore City police union is advising its officers not to reveal their coronavirus vaccination status, WBAL reported Friday.