Almost 70 years ago, President Dwight Eisenhower pushed bipartisan legislation that created the interstate highway system. Earlier leaders made universal access to education, starting with kindergarten and running through high school, standard throughout the United States.
Just six months after the last presidential election, ambitious Republicans are already busy laying the groundwork for the next one, visiting key states and hitting the fundraising circuit.
During a House hearing about the attack on the US Capitol, US Rep. Andrew Clyde read from a prepared statement to take issue with people calling the assault “an insurrection.” “There was no insurrection,” the freshman Republican from Athens, Georgia, said.
Everyone’s favorite alleged sex offender Matt Gaetz has reassured us that if Donald Trump doesn’t step up again in 2024, he’s willing to take on the mantle. In a text message to the New York Post (yes, that’s right), he wrote on Wednesday that “I support
On Friday, more than two years after Congress subpoenaed his testimony, Donald Trump’s White House counsel Don McGahn will finally raise his hand and promise to tell the truth. But not the whole truth. The ground rules for McGahn’s testimony have
US congresswoman Ilhan Omar faced broad condemnation including from her Democratic Party’s leadership after the Muslim lawmaker accused the United States and Israel of “unthinkable atrocities” comparable to those of Hamas and the Taliban.
The Republican Party has a problem with political violence: It’s not sure whether it’s for it or against it. In the first days after a mob loyal to former President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 to try to block Congress from certifying
It is indeed paradoxical that the United States of America, the world’s largest economy — $19 trillion GDP (Gross Domestic Product) – should need infrastructure
Former President Donald Trump’s highly sought-after endorsement has not provided quite the boost some Republicans expected so far this year. Republican candidates backed by Trump are locked in crowded primary races against undeterred opponents.