Australians campaigning to end the former colony's allegiance to the British monarchy “warmly” congratulated Harry and Meghan on Tuesday on the birth of their son.
Increased concern about the likelihood of an economic slowdown, new questions about President Donald Trump’s standing with voters and a special election in Georgia certainly give Democrats
The tragic death of 22-year old Saoirse Kennedy Hill, a grandniece of slain President John Kennedy, has reminded the US and the world that the US was once led by a beloved, progressive and inspiring man rather than a widely despised and denigrated retrograde.
A complaint filed by a US intelligence official stems from Trump's communications with a foreign leader and a "promise" allegedly made by the president.
Donald Trump is telling allies he’s strongly considering another run for president in 2024 — and close advisers want him to choose someone other than former Vice President Mike Pence for his ticket, according to people familiar with the discussions.
Kemp, Raffensperger and their aides are working quietly with Republican legislators to craft changes to absentee and early voting they believe can strike a balance. That may mean jettisoning or at least relaxing some of the proposals circulating in the Republican-run General Assembly,
Addressing the Conservative Political Action Conference in Orlando, Florida, Trump vowed to help Republicans try to regain majorities - lost during his presidency - in the US House of Representatives and Senate in 2022 congressional elections and dangled himself as a possibility for president in 2024.
It’s now five weeks since Joe Biden’s inauguration brought Donald Trump’s tumultuous four years at the top of America’s government to a close. Polls show that most Americans view Biden far more favourably than the man who arrived over
When voters narrowed House Democrats’ 35-seat majority to just nine in last year’s election, Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s job got harder. Conventional wisdom had it that she’d have to tread carefully with Democrats’ famously restive caucus,
This is not the way Republicans wanted to begin the year. Missouri’s Roy Blunt on Monday became the fifth Republican senator to announce he will not seek re-election, a retirement wave that portends an ugly campaign season next year and gives Democrats