Missouri Gov. Parson has order flags to be lowered at half-staff for the late Republican state Rep. Tom Hannegan at sunrise Wednesday.
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Damning new revelations about Facebook's role in the deadly January 6 insurrection have renewed lawmakers' resolve to crack down on Silicon Valley, teeing up a potential watershed moment that will test the powerful industry's clout on Capitol Hill.
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey on Monday signed an executive order directing state executive branch agencies to cooperate with the Alabama attorney general's office as it challenges the Biden administration's Covid-19 vaccine mandates and, when possible, to not comply with the federal effort.
Sudan has descended into crisis after the military dissolved the country's power-sharing government and declared a state of emergency on Monday.
Listening mode is done. Informational meetings are over. Public posturing and private positioning are a thing of the past. Now -- after what seems like roughly a dozen straight "critical weeks" for President Joe Biden's sweeping multi-trillion agenda -- is the moment the rubber meets the road.
From the streets of New York to the Vietnam battlefields and the power corridors of Washington, Colin Powell broke racial barriers to become one of the nation's top diplomats.
The Biden administration is taking an unprecedented step to resettle the 55,600 Afghan evacuees from the US military bases where they've been living for weeks and into permanent homes, an official leading the effort told CNN.
The Biden administration is taking an unprecedented step to resettle the 55,600 Afghan evacuees from the US military bases where they've been …
President Joe Biden decamped to Wilmington on Friday, escaping the White House he's likened to a "gilded cage" for a weekend at his Delaware home. It's yet another weekend away from Washington as the President has spent a noteworthy portion of his first year in office at one of his two Delaware homes or at Camp David, working remotely.
A week after the 2020 election, Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick announced that he was offering up to $1 million -- paid from his campaign account -- "to incentivize, encourage and reward people to come forward and report voter fraud."