U.S. Politics

President Joe Biden is expected to sign executive orders and lay out plans to combat climate change.
The singer urged her fellow citizens to protect themselves and make sure they vote in the upcoming election.
The NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll, however, shows parties differ in opinion on who is to blame.
House Republicans have filed impeachment articles against the man overseeing the Russia investigation, in a move condemned by critics as a partisan effort to shut it down.
President Trump’s judicial advisor has been dropping hints on who will be chosen to become the next Supreme Court justice. But to ensure a smooth confirmation process in the Senate, there’s a delicate balancing act.
Making candidacy desirable for women in the future requires that we get the story right today.
The impact of the Me Too movement might also extend to electing a historic number of female lawmakers.
The White House may be having a hard time finding someone for the job.
As a Senate aide in 2005, Andrew Wheeler went after state air pollution regulators for opposing his boss's bill.
Concerns about domestic violence are divided across political and gender lines.
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Transgender students who are not allowed to use the bathroom that corresponds with their gender identity will not be receiving any help from federal officials.
"Going back would really mean just me arriving without any kind of plan," he said.
After Sarah Huckabee Sanders brushed off Trump's comments about "treasonous" Democrats as a one-liner.
Check your privilege — and your logic.
"It doesn’t matter how many people watched. But what does matter is that the president needs to lie about it."