Florida Gov. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has signed new guidelines Friday regarding race-based discussions within schools and businesses as part of his campaign against critical Race Theory, which he described as "pernicious".
Washington The Supreme Court ruled that Congress is not required by law to provide federal disability benefits for residents of Puerto Rico. It found that denial of these payments to Puerto Rican residents does not violate the Constitution.
Washington --President Biden said Thursday that the U.S. would provide additional security assistance to Ukraine in the next phrase of the war with Russia, with Russian forces continuing to expand their large-scale offensive for control of Ukraine's eastern region.
The Supreme Court upheld the discriminatory treatment of residents of Puerto Rico. It ruled that Congress had the power to exclude them form a benefit program that is available in all 50 States and the District of Columbia.
President Joe Biden is taking steps towards restoring national forests destroyed by wildfires and drought. He visited Seattle on Earth Day to sign an executive order to protect some of the country's oldest and largest trees.
To rein in high inflation the Federal Reserve must act faster than ever before, Chair Jerome Powell stated Thursday. He indicated that the Fed will likely increase its interest rates over the next few months, starting at its May policy meeting.
British lawmakers ordered a parliamentary probe into Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, for lying about whether he violated coronavirus restrictions through illegal gatherings during pandemic
Florida Gov. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis asked Tuesday for the Legislature to repeal a law allowing Walt Disney World's private government to manage its state properties. This was the latest in a series of spats between the governor, and the entertainment company over the controversial "Don't Say Gay” law.
The administration of President Joe Biden has been hard at work for several months to prepare citizens to rethink their personal risk calculation as the nation adjusts to the idea that they will be living with an endemic COVID-19.
Biden's administration announced that it will not allow anti-satellite missile tests by the United States. Officials at White House say this is to emphasize its desire to establish new norms for space military action.
The International Monetary Fund has downgraded its outlook for the global economy for this year and next. It blames Russia's war against Ukraine for disrupting global commerce and pushing up oil prices.
A pickup truck laden with weapons and Molotov cocktail ingredients was parked near the U.S. Capitol by an Alabama man. Capitol, on Friday last year's riot, was sentenced to almost four years imprisonment
The Jan. 6 House Select Committee Chairman stated that a CBS News and The Washington Post report that records from the day after the attack on the U.S. Capitol showed a gap of 7 hours and 37 minutes in former President Donald Trump’s phone logs is "concerning".
A widow of a suicide victim officer responding to the attack on Capitol Hill Jan. 6, is urging Congress to pass legislation to recognize the trauma experienced by law enforcement officers who commit suicide.
In a new interview, published Tuesday, former President Donald Trump asked Russian President Vladimir Putin for information about Hunter Biden and his business dealings with Eastern European oligarchs.
After a California jury found him guilty of lying to federal authorities regarding an illegal campaign donation by a foreign national, Republican U.S. Rep. Jeff Fortenberry resigned his office in Nebraska on Saturday
A South Dakota House committee is set to conclude its work this week. It will investigate whether the attorney general of the state should be impeached over his conduct in relation to a fatal 2020 car accident. This follows a lengthy investigation that split the Republicans.
The Senate Judiciary Committee pushes Ketanji Jackson closer to confirmation. Next week, a vote will be held to recommend her nomination to full Senate and to seat her as the Supreme Court's first Black woman.
The Arizona Legislature passed bills Thursday to prohibit gender reassignment surgery for minors and ban transgender athletes from playing on girls sports teams, joining a growing list of Republican-controlled states attempting to restrict transgender rights as they gain more visibility in culture and society.
Thursday's lawsuit was filed by three Muslim Americans alleging that U.S. border agents interrogated them about their religious beliefs, in violation of their constitutional rights, when they returned from international travel.
On Friday, jurors found that police used excessive force against protestors, violating their constitutional right, during demonstrations over George Floyd's killing two years ago. They ordered the city to pay $14 million in damages to 12 plaintiffs.