Politics

Fetterman, a former mayor who cultivated an outsider image, is now critical to the Democratic Party holding onto the U.S. Senate.
U.S. Rep. Ted Budd has won a crowded Republican primary for retiring GOP Sen. Richard Burr’s seat in North Carolina.
Democrats also announced new legislation aimed at relieving the problem, which is affecting families around the country.
Millions of Americans remain unvaccinated even as hundreds of people continue to die each day from the coronavirus.
The law signed by Gov. Henry McMaster (R) would require students in public schools and colleges to compete with the “biological sex” listed on their birth certificates.
The secretary of state told Cherelle Griner that her wife's release is a top priority. Russia has extended the basketball star's pretrial detention.
The first public congressional hearing on UFOs in 50 years showed the value of data.
The law, codified in 1931, could go back into effect if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade.
Near the site of the supermarket shooting that claimed 10 lives, the president said that “evil cannot win” and denounced white supremacy.
The Democratic leader called on Rupert Murdoch to "cease the reckless amplification of the so-called ‘Great Replacement’ theory on your network’s broadcasts."