Herman Cain isn’t the only controversial person Trump has considered for the Federal Reserve board. This week, Senate Republicans are wrestling with another pick the president has floated for the financial body: conservative commentator Stephen Moore.
Attorney General William Barr has a busy week ahead of him. He’s supposed to testify at back-to-back hearings in Congress about special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation and report.
The first congressional hearing on Medicare-for-all was defined by the opening statement by activist Ady Barkan, who has ALS and used a computer system to testify to the House panel about why he believes America needs single-payer health care.
Trump and Democrats’ “excellent,” maybe-doomed meeting on a $2 trillion infrastructure plan, explained
The earth-shattering news out of Washington Tuesday was that President Donald Trump and congressional Democrats actually agreed on something — at least in principle.
Jacob Wohl, a Trumpian internet figure of sorts, has had a very exciting spring. First Twitter kicked him off their platform for proudly describing his plan to use fake accounts to influence the 2020 presidential election. Then he was barred from presenting at
Juan Guaidó, the US-backed opposition leader of Venezuela, launched a military uprising against President Nicolás Maduro on Tuesday — a dramatic escalation in the ongoing political fight between the two rivals that threatens to plunge the country into open civil conflict.
President Trump has unveiled the next phase of his asylum crackdown: a new wave of regulations that would force asylum seekers’ cases through much faster and make it harder for asylum seekers to afford to apply and live in the US in the meantime.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif had a message for President Donald Trump this week: It’s them, not you.
Measles outbreaks in the US typically start when a traveler picks up the virus in another country where measles is still common and brings it back to an unvaccinated community here.
Stacey Abrams, a historic 2018 gubernatorial candidate, has decided she won’t be running for US Senate, dealing a blow to Democrats who had seen her as one of their best chances to take on Georgia Republican David Perdue in 2020.