The campaign of David McCormick, one of the top two finishers in Pennsylvania’s yet-to-be-called Republican Senate primary race, recently hired a G.O.P. operative known for…
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A record number of people in Georgia have cast their votes early for the primary elections being held on Tuesday, as several Trump-backed candidates are…
A day after invoking the Defense Production Act to help alleviate a nationwide shortage, administration officials had few answers for how the law would lead to more supply.
An intelligence subcommittee will hear testimony from two Pentagon officials on observations by military pilots and others.
The mass shooting in Buffalo was the work of a lone gunman but not the product of an isolated ideology. In a manifesto, the suspect…
WASHINGTON — Over the past week, Representative Elise Stefanik of New York, the third-ranking House Republican, has falsely claimed that President Biden is shipping infant…
“Hillbilly Elegy,” a best-selling memoir that became a star-studded film, raised the profile of the onetime “Never Trump guy” who won an Ohio primary with the help of the former president.
Replacement theory, espoused by the suspect in the Buffalo massacre, has been embraced by some right-wing politicians and commentators.
The turbulent aftermath of the Trump era is taking the possibility of a divided government to new levels of intensity, as some Republicans appear eager to target President Biden and his family.
John Fetterman has used his shorts-and-hoodie image to connect with Pennsylvania voters in the Democratic Senate primary.
A little-known United Nations agency decided to make an impact by doling out loans and grant money — all to a single family. It did not go well.
No law or written code of conduct prescribes how an investigation into the leak of a draft opinion should proceed, or whether journalists will be swept into it.
Republicans face new pressure to define exactly where they stand on the hot-button issue, while Democrats must now fully confront a topic many have approached carefully.
Defense lawyers wanted a deposition from a Yemeni detainee who has been cleared for release, but the detainee said he feared his testimony would be used against him.
Christopher Waller, a governor at the Federal Reserve, faced an uncomfortable task on Friday night: He delivered remarks at a conference packed with leading academic…
If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, all 50 states will be free to set their own rules, leading to one America where access to an abortion is guaranteed and another where it is outlawed.
While Democrats decry a draft opinion that would eliminate the constitutional right to an abortion, Republicans who worked decades for this moment have been largely silent.