Menendez Gains a Primary Opponent as Calls Grow for His Resignation
Rep. Andy Kim of New Jersey announced on Saturday that he will run against Sen. Robert Menendez in the state’s Democratic primary for Senate next year.
Third Republican Presidential Debate set for Nov. 8 in Miami
The third Republican presidential debate will be held in Miami on Nov. 8, and candidates will be facing the most stringent requirements yet to take part.
Biden Plans to Visit Michigan Tuesday to Show Support for UAW Strikers
President Joe Biden has announced he will visit Michigan Tuesday to show support for striking autoworkers as contract disputes continue against the Detroit Three automakers.
Biden Announces Gun Violence Prevention Office
President Joe Biden said Friday he was determined to stop gun violence in the U.S. as he formally launched the first-ever federal office to be dedicated to uncovering solutions and supporting communities ravaged by shootings.
White House Preparing for Government Shutdown Amid Republican Standoff
The White House is preparing Friday to direct federal agencies to consider shutdown procedures after House Republicans left for the weekend with no viable plan to keep the government funded.
VP Harris to Lead New White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention
Vice President Kamala Harris will lead the newly launched federal office of gun violence prevention, tasked with seeking options as Congress stalls on the topic.
Biden Says Norfolk Southern Must Be Held Accountable For Ohio Derailment
President Joe Biden ordered federal agencies to ensure accountability of Norfolk Southern for derailment in February, and appoint a FEMA official to oversee East Palestine’s recovery.
U.S. Senate Confirms Randy George as Army Chief of Staff
U.S. Senate is confirming three of the Pentagon’s top leaders: Gen. Randy George, Gen. Eric Smith and Gen. CQ Brown.
Third Party ‘No Labels’ Signed Up 15,000 Voters in Swing State of Arizona
More than 15,000 people in Arizona have registered to join No Labels, a new political party brainstorming a possible alternative ticket against both Democrats and Republicans.
McCarthy Gives In to Right Flank on Budget Cuts, But Shutdown Still Looms
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy focused on a spending plan meant to avert a federal government shutdown by appeasing his hard-right colleagues, only to see the deal quickly collapse Thursday.
Zelenskyy Delivers Upbeat Message to US Lawmakers on War Progress
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy visited Washington on Thursday, attempting to boost U.S. support for Ukraine.
India Suspends Visa Services For Citizens of Canada, Trudeau Suspects Nation’s Involvement in Nijjar Killing
India halted visa services for citizens of Canada and told it to reduce its diplomatic staffing.
US Allowing Hundreds of Thousands of Venezuelans Into Country To Work Legally
The Biden administration will grant temporary legal status to hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans who already are in the country, making them eligible to work.
Zelenskyy Returns to Washington, Faces Dissent Among Republicans To US Spending For Ukraine
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy returns to Washington on Thursday for a one-day visit.
Senate Confirms Top Military Officer Despite GOP Senator Abortion Block
The Senate on Wednesday confirmed Gen. CQ Brown as the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.