Biden Administration Considering Executive Order on Border Immigration

Biden Administration Considering Executive Order on Border Immigration

The Biden administration is looking into what options the president has under the Immigration and Nationality Act Section 212(f) to deal with an influx of migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.

Previous Federal Funds to Help States With Elections Has Been Spent. Now What?

Previous Federal Funds to Help States With Elections Has Been Spent. Now What?

Some state election officials are expressing frustration that Congress has yet to allocate new federal money to help cover the costs of securing their systems, updating equipment and training staff.

James Biden Tells GOP Lawmakers Joe Biden Had No Involvement in Family’s Business Dealings

James Biden Tells GOP Lawmakers Joe Biden Had No Involvement in Family’s Business Dealings

President Joe Biden “never had any involvement” in the business dealings of other members of his family, his brother James Biden testified Wednesday.

Supreme Court Skeptical of EPA’s ‘Good Neighbor’ Rule on Power Plant Pollution

Supreme Court Skeptical of EPA’s ‘Good Neighbor’ Rule on Power Plant Pollution

U.S. Supreme Court’s appeared skeptical Wednesday, as a government lawyer argued that Environmental Protection Agency should be allowed to enforce its anti-pollution “good neighbor” rule.

South Carolina Holds Republican Primary Saturday

South Carolina Holds Republican Primary Saturday

The presidential primary season calendar shifts to South Carolina, which holds its Republican primary on Saturday.

FBI Investigates Letter with White Powder Sent to House Speaker’s Home Church

FBI Investigates Letter with White Powder Sent to House Speaker’s Home Church

Federal and state authorities are investigating suspicious mail containing a white powder that was received by Cypress Baptist Church in Louisiana, a church attended by House Speaker Mike Johnson.

Supreme Court Rejects Appeal From 3 House Members Over Mask Fines

Supreme Court Rejects Appeal From 3 House Members Over Mask Fines

The Supreme Court rejected appeals from three Republican U.S. House members who challenged fines for not wearing face coverings on the House floor, as required under COVID-19 rules at the time.

Supreme Court Leaves Sanctions in Place From 2020 Michigan Election Lawsuit

Supreme Court Leaves Sanctions in Place From 2020 Michigan Election Lawsuit

The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected an appeal from seven lawyers over sanctions they were ordered to pay from a lawsuit challenging Michigan’s 2020 election results.

Biden Heads to California for Campaign Fundraising Events, Policy Speech

Biden Heads to California for Campaign Fundraising Events, Policy Speech

President Joe Biden has three political fundraisers in California this week, looking to build up his campaign cash for the November election season.

White House Distributing $5.8 billion for Water Infrastructure Projects

White House Distributing $5.8 billion for Water Infrastructure Projects

The Biden administration has announced that it is distributing another $5.8 billion for water infrastructure projects around the country.

Wisconsin Lawmakers, Governor Agree on Redrawn Legislative Maps

Wisconsin Lawmakers, Governor Agree on Redrawn Legislative Maps

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers signed new state legislative district maps into law Monday that will avoid having the Wisconsin Supreme Court redraw the assembly and senate lines.

Ohio Senator Who Opposes US Aid to Ukraine Takes Case to International Conference

Ohio Senator Who Opposes US Aid to Ukraine Takes Case to International Conference

A Republican opponent of U.S. funding for Ukraine argued Munich Security Conference that the package stuck in Congress won’t “fundamentally change reality” and Russia has incentive to negotiate peace.

George Santos Sues Jimmy Kimmel, Claims Host Deceived Him to Produce Videos

George Santos Sues Jimmy Kimmel, Claims Host Deceived Him to Produce Videos

Former U.S. Rep. George Santos alleges in a lawsuit filed that late-night host Jimmy Kimmel deceived him into making videos on that were used to ridicule him.

Trump Hawks $399 Branded Shoes at ‘Sneaker Con,’ a Day After $355M Ruling Against Him

Trump Hawks $399 Branded Shoes at ‘Sneaker Con,’ a Day After $355M Ruling Against Him

Donald Trump made an unusual stop Saturday, hawking new Trump-branded sneakers at “Sneaker Con,” a gathering that bills itself as the “The Greatest Sneaker Show On Earth.”

Fani Willis Case Ensnared in Legal Arguments During Testimony About Romantic Relationship

Fani Willis Case Ensnared in Legal Arguments During Testimony About Romantic Relationship

A man expected to be a key witness for lawyers trying to get Fani Willis disqualified from the Georgia election interference case against Donald Trump refused to answer most of their questions.