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James D. Beeks, 49, stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 as an "affiliate of the Oath Keepers," investigators said.
"The Tender Bar" director kept it real in an interview on British TV.
Ben Wallace says "die was cast" for the country's chaotic situation when Donald Trump signed a deal to end the 20-year war.
Growing diversity and urban populations should benefit Democrats — but the Senate's rural bias is getting worse.
“I will not send another generation of Americans to war in Afghanistan.” President Joe Biden announced the 20 year-long military mission in Afghanistan will end by Aug. 31.
The Manhattan District Attorney's office filed charges against the former president's business on Thursday.
Many climate advocates maintain that carbon pricing is still the best way to dial down emissions — even if Exxon got caught saying its support is a ruse.
“I’m just eternally grateful to have had this opportunity here so, seriously, thank you from the absolute bottom of my heart,” McCain told viewers on Thursday.
Cheney was ousted from her leadership role in the Republican Party for supporting Trump's impeachment after the Capitol riot.
The stoppage came on the same day that crews and relatives of those still missing were scheduled to meet with President Joe Biden.
The ruling in Brnovich v. DNC could have implications for voting measures nationwide.
"I've done plenty of gross things without a mask on," one pundit responded to Marie Harf's declaration.
The Biden administration initially emphasized the child tax credit as an anti-poverty policy. Now they're selling it as a middle-class tax cut.
A close primary loss last year made Booker a rising star. Now he's betting big that a pandemic and racial justice protests have left Kentuckians aching for change.
"He is the most irresponsible representative of Wisconsin citizens since the infamous Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy in the 1950s," wrote the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
The president's "biggest scandals" this month include using notes during a meeting and whispering.
The conspiracy-endorsing Colorado Republican’s take on the highly transmissible strain of COVID-19 was slammed as “unbelievably ignorant” on Twitter.
The Texas Republican has previously declined to self-quarantine and said he wasn’t worried about catching the coronavirus.
A doughnut shop. A Jack In The Box. A Hooters. Workers all over say their workplaces are too hot as the U.S. bakes.
The preliminary tally does not account for nearly 125,000 absentee ballots.