Biden’s Policies Are Popular. What Does That Mean for Republicans?

The American public has given President Biden favorable reviews since he took office last month, and…

Fox News Is Sued by Election Technology Company for Over $2.7 Billion

When Smartmatic started in April 2000, it offered its services to banks. The shift to election…

U.S. Should Slow Withdrawal From Afghanistan, Bipartisan Panel Urges

WASHINGTON — The Biden administration should slow the withdrawal of troops in Afghanistan, abandon the May…

Officer Killed in Jan. 6 Assault Is Honored at the Capitol

WASHINGTON — Brian D. Sicknick, the Capitol Police officer who died from injuries sustained during the…

Mexican Law Halts U.S. From Turning Back Some Migrant Families

WASHINGTON — A Mexican law has stopped the United States from rapidly turning away migrant families…

Top House Republican Condemns Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Comments, but Stands by Her

WASHINGTON — The top House Republican refused on Wednesday to punish Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene for…

Eugenio Martínez, Last of the Watergate Burglars, Dies at 98

They were led by James W. McCord Jr., a security coordinator for the Nixon campaign whose…

House To Vote On Stripping Marjorie Taylor Greene Of Committee Roles

The House will vote Thursday on whether to strip Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) of her…

Rennie Davis, ‘Chicago Seven’ Antiwar Activist, Dies at 79

Rennie Davis, who lived out one of the more quixotic journeys of the 1960s generation when…

How Trump’s Defense Is Coming Together

Trump’s lawyers prepare two lines of defense, while Republicans in Congress mull their next move. It’s…