Rubio bill aims to upend Biden admin's 'equity' approach to monoclonal antibody treatment
Rubio introduced the Treatment for Emergency Antibody Therapeutics (TREAT) Act on Tuesday as a legislative response to President Biden’s plan to force states to go through HHS to disburse the treatments.
Trump's former press secretary details his mysterious 2019 hospital visit in behind-the-scenes look at his White House
Former President Donald Trump's secret visit to Walter Reed in 2019 appeared to be for a routine colonoscopy, according to Stephanie Grisham, Trump's former press secretary and first lady Melania Trump's chief of staff.
Milley defends 'absolute' loyalty to US, says Trump officials knew of calls with China
Joint Chiefs Chairman Milley maintained his "absolute" loyalty to the U.S. Tuesday, and said he made top Trump administration officials aware of calls with his Chinese counterpart, despite reports to the contrary.
In Virginia governor's race, Dem group 'posing' as Republicans to try driving wedge into GOP: report
A political committee tied to Democratic strategists is reportedly posing as a conservative group to try to drive a wedge between Virginia gubernatorial nominee Glenn Younkin and Republican base voters in November’s closely watch election.
Military leaders defend Biden's handling of Afghanistan withdrawal
Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Mark Milley are testifying publicly before Senate lawmakers Tuesday, the first time that top military officials will appear before Congress since the full withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan.
Obama calls open borders 'unsustainable,' migrant crisis 'heartbreaking'
Former President Barack Obama said open borders are “unsustainable” and called for comprehensive immigration reform to the “dysfunctional” system as the Biden administration grapples with what Obama called a “heartbreaking” migrant crisis at the southern border.
Florida sues Biden administration over catch-and-release policy, alleging violation of federal law
EXCLUSIVE: The state of Florida is suing the Biden administration over its catch-and-release policies at the Southern Border, saying officials are either in violation of federal immigration law, or simply abusing their authority.
Oregon approves the nation's first new congressional map
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown signed the state's redistricting bills Monday, hours before a deadline that would've taken the process out of the legislature's hands and making Oregon the first state with a new congressional map after the 2020 Census.
Fact check: 3 times internal docs contradicted Facebook's public stance
Over the past few years, Facebook has repeatedly come under fire, criticized for everything from how the company's products psychologically harm their users to its role in disseminating fake news, especially related to the 2016 election.
Trump's spiteful support for Abrams over Kemp sparks midterms fear from Georgia Republicans
Donald Trump is escalating his fight against Republican Gov. Brian Kemp of Georgia, and state Republicans fear it will give Democrats a stronger foothold in the key swing state as next year's midterm elections loom.
New Dem group aims to 'put the nail in the coffin of the abortion industry'
Early next month, one day before the Women's March, an outspoken pro-life Democrat will launch a new organization dedicated to uniting feminists and progressives against abortion and pressuring the Democratic Party to oppose the killing of unborn babies.
Milley, Austin, McKenzie to testify on chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal at Senate hearing
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley and head of U.S. Central Command Gen. Kenneth McKenzie are set to testify before the Senate Armed Services Committee Wednesday morning.